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Have some Thanksgiving fun with this awesome turkey counting game. Students count the turkeys and provide the answer.. This is a teacher vs. student game (see description below) so your student will love competing against you.

Teacher vs. Student - Counting Turkeys Powerpoint Game

Have some Thanksgiving fun with this awesome turkey counting game. Students count the turkeys and provide the answer. This is a teacher vs. student game (see description below) so your student will love competing against you.

Oriental fans with paper plates...maybe do the image drawing with Sharpie so the younger guys have more control.

Oriental fans with paper plates. This would be great to teach about Asian art in a elementary school art class.

Ghost Bead Count and Lace ... for math and fine motor.

This is a great center activity for younger students hat need help with both math & fine motor skills. Ghost Bead Count and Lace . for math and fine motor.

7 Fun Ideas with leaves~ (pic-DIY Leaf Confetti)

7 Ways To Turn Your Fall Leaf Collection Into Art

7 Fun Ideas with leaves~ (pic-DIY Leaf Confetti) ah! What a great idea! Perfect for our wedding!

Odd Todd and Even Steven. Tell story of Even Steven and Odd Todd: Even Steven likes everything to be equal and fair.  The number in his Left hand must be the same as the number in his Right hand.  Odd Todd doesn't like things to be fair, he doesn't care if his friend has less snack than he does. Children give a number.  Count it out with food/cubes and share into the hands of Even Steven.  If numbers in each hand are not the same - number goes to Odd Todd!

This is a super cute and hands-on lesson to teach even and odd numbers using Even Steven and Odd Todd. I might even give Even Steven an even number of fingers and Odd Todd an odd number of fingers.

Subtraction Poem Anchor Chart Lots of 4th grade math anchor charts

Subtraction Poem Anchor Chart Lots of grade math anchor charts A chart that could be hung in the classroom and a great visual aid to learning subtraction.

I love creating displays in my classroom, especially to demonstrate a Maths concept. Here are some of my favourites...     Children use...

Maths Displays

Flower Clock for learning about telling time/reading analog clock [Teaching Maths with Meaning: Maths Displays]

Skip Counting Lacing Plates

Skip Counting Lacing Plates (Living Life Intentionally)

One of my classroom staples! Love how Jenga can engage every student at all times. My game rule of thumb: no turns and no outs! Love seeing this in @elementarysuperheroes classroom!  #Repost @elementarysuperheroes ・・・ Students couldn't believe they would be playing Jenga in math today! We are reviewing prime and composite numbers. Students worked in small groups. When it was a student's turn to move a block, they chose a color and number to work out. Everyone in the group solved on their…

Number jenga pieces pieces each group) to correlate with a task card

Japanese Multiplication - 3 seconds to learn how to multiply. Why didn't they have this when I was a kid? I want this taught to my kids!

Japanese Multiplication - 3 seconds to learn how to multiply. Perfect timing for my grader who is learning Singapore Math.

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