Explore Color Lines, Classroom Walls, and more!

IF you are going to use an addition or multiplication table... use different colors to help students with low vision stay in line.  Great idea found posted on a classroom wall.

IF you are going to use an addition or multiplication table. use different colors to help students with low vision stay in line. Great idea found posted on a classroom wall.

Getting your students to practice multiplication facts can be a challenge.  I have complied 10 ways to practice multiplication facts, that my students have enjoyed1.  Use the traditional flash card...

some fun ideas here! Getting your students to practice multiplication facts can be a challenge. I have complied 10 ways to practice multiplication facts, that my students have Use the traditional flash card.

Technology for students with Low Vision

A girl wearing glasses uses a marker to write on a smart board.

Multiplication color-by-number FREE Printable Coloring Pages by mrs. sparkle

"Multiplication color by number (lots of varieties) This is an online activity that would be great for early finishers, or for kids who need extra math practice!" :: Some of my young grands are just plain smart, and like fun stuff like this!

Multiplication Table project and a Halloween Freebie

Multiplication array chart: This would be THE coolest thing for a team to post in the hallway. Kids can contribute array illustrations for the chart. Maybe our team can do this next week.

3rd Grade Gridiron: Fun Math Games

Grade Gridiron: Slides and Ladders multiplication game. The link to this is dead but I think it could be easily replicated.

There are a variety of ways in which students with #low_vision can access print, and many students will use different strategies in different situations. The needs of each student will be different depending on the eye condition, but in general there are items to consider for every student.

Teenage girl read ingredients of a bag of potato chips using a hand-held magnifier.

Visual cues for a student with low vision to be able to find her classroom. Bright mini tap lights from Walmart and PCS magnets. Pinned by Kate Ahern www.teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com

Visual cues for a student with low vision to be able to find her classroom.

"Can You See This?" A very nice list of specific questions to ask your child with low vision so you can get a better idea of what they can see.

A nice list of questions you can ask to help determine what a low vision student can see.

Talking Calculator

MaxiAids: The Reizen Jumbo Talking Calculator features easy to use oversized wide keys and a large x LCD with high .

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: More Mudge and Place Value!

1 & 2 Give the kids place value blocks to make their name. have them calculate the value of their name. I am so doing this in our math journals this week! - Step into Grade with Mrs. Lemons: More Mudge and Place Value!

http://3rdgradegrapevine.blogspot.com/2014/01/assessing-multiplication-facts.html

Assessing Multiplication Freebie

Low Vision Writing

Low Vision Writing

Today we began division. I always suck my kids in by telling them I'm going to teach them how to divide without division. They never believe me, but it doesn't take long for them to figure out where I'm going. We use multiplication to divide! After all, multiplication is way more fun than division, right? ;)  P1

The Grade May-niacs: Division without Dividing? Good idea for kids struggling with division. CB: Know as the partial quotient methods, where students really use multiplication to find quotients!

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