donna.clukey
FREE: Math tub idea: Get two ice trays from the dollar spot at Target, write 2-digit numbers on white labels for each hole, and kids toss

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Helen Mata
Get some tin buckets from the Dollar Spot at Target and glue them down to a Lazy Susan.

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mavis
Math Coach's Corner: Common Core, Three-Digit Place Value. These pictorial cards representing 3-digit numbers will help your kiddos develop deep conceptual understanding of place value. • 26 black-and-white cards showing base-10 blocks representing 3-digit numbers • Number word cards (one, two, three, forty, five hundred, etc.) that can be used to “write” numbers in word form • A Scoot game board and answer sheet • I Can and Math Talk cards to use with the pictorial cards in math workstations $

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love_l
Chore and Homework chart! Easy to make with felt and sticky felt letters from the dollar store. Write chore and dollar amount on the clothespin and put in the "to do" then the kids can move them over to the "done" side upon completion. Homework doesn't get a dollar amount! Maybe a reward at the end of the week for doug all homework (ice cream, etc). Colorful, simple and useful!!!

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Buy 8 Inch Math Clock Unique Wall Clock Each Hour Marked By a Simple Irrational Numbers Math Equation White 2

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Preview Mini 20 Cube Silicone Ice Trays - Cool 1 Inch Square Black or White Tray Set of Two (2) (White)

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nanette
Here is an idea for a fun classroom activity that you can also leave behind at your math centers afterwards. Just get some good quality paper plates, glue some coins onto them, and then write the total values onto the bottom of each plate. With my K4 kids, I would limit the combinations of coins.

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toni
A Pottery Barn Halloween Look at Dollar Store Prices Cake Stand -- If you're willing to use a little glue, you can create the same idea using plastic trays and goblets from -- you got it -- the dollar store. I even found glittery skulls! If you don’t like the idea of the goblets, grab a couple of glass candlesticks and use those instead. Just make sure everything is balanced as you start to glue. Horchow Price: $98 Dollar Store Price: $6 ($1 each for 3 trays, 2 goblets, and 1 glittery skull

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anne
two 9 cube bins from Target (one on each side of the workstation). Then a piece of plywood with some trim around the edge and sat it on top of the two cubbies with a brace in the middle.

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carmela
Swiper swipes a few numbers from the hundred chart. Kids either find them and replace them or write the missing numbers. Fun free idea!

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ZombieGirl
Alphabet magnets... so simple! Make numbers with math signs and a cookie sheet from Dollar Tree for some math fun!

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His and Hers Coffee Mug, such a cute thing to write on them!! DIY tip: get white mugs from the dollar store, use sharpies to write whatever message you want on them, then bake them at 350 degrees for 45 minutes, and viola! It's permanent! Hand wash only!!!

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Rose of Sharon
Absolutely love this idea!!! Buy a dollar store ornament and write down the great memories from the past year with the kids! Do one every

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valarie
Absolutely love this idea!!! Buy a dollar store ornament and write down the great memories from the past year with the kids! Do one every year. - So sweet!

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kelley
Looking for a fun way to have your students practice whole number computation? Want a resource that can be used over and over? How about a way to differentiate? This set of “Toss and Solve” differentiated task cards takes students from 2 digit to 4 digit addition and subtraction—at many levels! Whether you use this to review, a way for partners to practice together, or a center for a math workshop—this is a way to mix practice with a little

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denise.su
Got this awesome idea from #teachertipster and used it to make a game on comparing numbers up to six digits. You can find the labels at the FlapJack blog!

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