Use these GIANT UNO cards in the classroom for all the things this year with these 8 fun, hands-on ideas. We are obsessing over these Giant Uno cards! There is just something about oversized toys and games that makes our hearts melt and minds race with ideas. In fact, I
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Make your math activities more fun by using these creative math manipulatives in your upper elementary classroom. Of all the trends in math education, the use of manipulatives is one of my favorites as it makes math visual for my students. We all know that some math concepts are very
Rather than setting up the perfect center or assigning a worksheet, use this everyday fractions activity along with its many variations to help your students learn and identify fractions all around them. Many of the concepts we teach in upper elementary are really about learning to understand what is happening
Daily math review doesn’t have to be boring. Use these activities along with our Digital Math Warm Up slides to add some movement and problem solving into your regular, daily math review. When I think back to when I was a kid, some of the lessons that stand out to
Make your classroom activities even more spooky and silly this year with these Halloween glow games ideas. There is no better time than Halloween to bust out your glow sticks and invisible ink and do Halloween glow games with your upper elementary classes. Glow sticks, necklaces, and bracelets never seem
An interactive place value chart is the perfect bulletin board idea for any upper elementary class, and this post provides 3 fresh ideas for ways to use it. I remember the first time I walked into my classroom and looked around. As I walked around the space and looked at
These Back to School Math Review Centers make assessing easy in 5th grade as teachers and student gear up for a new year! As you are looking for activities for the beginning of the school year, make sure to consider math center activities from the grade below the one you
These 15 Math Game Shows for 5th graders will help you work with your standards while engaging and energizing your students. If you teach math in 5th grade, you know that there are a lot of standards that you need to cover to make sure your students are ready to
Here’s an equation for you… ES + x – y + 5(z)= A Great Day in Elementary Math If the ES=Elementary Students, what do you think the ‘x’ and ‘y’ and ‘z’ represent? Maybe… x=Coffee y=A Broken Copier z=Classroom Associates Elementary Students + Coffee – A Broken Copier + 5
Bring peace to your day with these math center ideas for upper elementary. Take a moment to imagine the perfect moment in your math class. Live in that moment. Let your mind work its way around your classroom and observe your students. First, you see yourself. You are working with