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Thanksgiving Multiplication Turkey with paint strips! Students show fact, commutative fact, groups, and array. Kids LOVE making these!

You could do this with any of the paint strip lessons floating around! Thanksgiving Multiplication Turkey with paint strips! Students show fact, commutative fact, groups, and array.

Why can't practicing multiplication facts be fun? Turn math into a game and have your students multiply with the Spin and Multiply NO PREP Packet!

Spin and Multiply, a fun math game to help master multiplication facts! Plus, there are 10 other ways to practice multiplication to add to the math fun!

Integers Maze is a fun and quick way to practice adding and subtracting integers that can be  used as classwork, homework, or assessment. Students love solving problems with integers in a novel way, and these mazes are perfect for getting those extra repetitions in!Includes: 2 mazes with addition and subtraction of positive & negative integers and answer keys…

This integers maze activity is a fun and quick way to practice adding and subtracting integers. Can be used as classwork, homework, or as an informal assessment. Students love solving problems with integers in a novel way, and these mazes are perfect for

Integer Addition and Subtraction page.  After answering all of the questions, students color in according to the key at the top of the page.  The finished product is a fish!  Answer key is a different pin.

Integer Addition and Subtraction page. After answering all of the questions, students color in according to the key at the top of the page. The finished product is a fish! Answer key is a different pin.

Dice, subitizing cards, center tubs, number lines – oh my! Our 1st grade math routines require so many resources and manipulatives. While Donors Choose, Go Fund Me accounts, and school funds are great options, homemade math tools can be a simple, inexpensive way to stock our math toolboxes! Today I’ve shared some of my favorite...

Dice, subitizing cards, center tubs, number lines – oh my! Our grade math routines require so many resources and manipulatives. While Donors Choose, Go Fund