maggie
You need as many Post-its as problems you will give, a Sharpie marker, and a pencil. Write the the first problem on the front of a Post-it note at the start (maybe this one is a different color). Now write the answer on another Post-it with a new problem on the underneath (in pencil). Students have to work problems and then search for the answers. Great way to get students doing math and get them up and moving!

ofelia
1: Ask students to gather any necessary review materials such as textbooks and class notes 2: Give each student a sheet of plain paper and six Post-it Notes. Students will also need a pencil. 3: Challenge students to create relevant quiz questions on each of the Post-it Notes, then stick them on the sheet of paper. Have students write the correct answer to each review question under the Post-it® Note. 4: Once the quizzes are complete,

maggie
Math post-it note scavenger hunt. All it takes? 20 stickiness, a sharpie, and a pencil with 10 math problems. Brilliant and usable for many subjects!

vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication word problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 50 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $ #MultiplicationWordProblems

hester
Are you teaching division to your students? Here is a great way to start teaching long division. This template works well for 2-digit by 1-digit division. I would recommend laminating it so that students can write on it with dry erase markers and do multiple problems on the same template. The steps for division are included in the corner as a reminder.

NeskaPolita
Question and Answer board - give students the answer and they have to write a word problem that matches the answer. You can have students do any operation or even 2 step problems. I have my students check each other's questions the next day.

NeskaPolita
A quick get to know you/math (counting and graphing) activity. Later in the year students can generate the questions and write them. Place on light colored paper, laminate, and questions can be added with white board marker.

keisha
Hide post it notes around the classroom, with numbered math problems written on them. Students walk around the room with a numbered answer sheet, looking for & answering the questions.

coolnana
It is important to post learning targets for students to see and discuss.These bright, colorful learning target posters go with the zebra print theme in my classroom. You can laminate them and then write the learning targets for each day with a Vis a Vis or dry erase marker. Poster set includes 7 posters: * Learning Targets * Today You Will Learn * Reading * Writing * Math * Science * Social Studies I hope you'll find them as helpful as I

vanessa
Students will work together in groups to answer questions on the card correctly. If they get the question correct, they get a point. They also get a chance to shoot however many baskets the card says. This activity gets all the students moving and working together as a team. It comes with 18 cards that are over ratios, proportions, unit rates, and percents. You do not have to have a basketball and goal to play this game.

lynda
Literature Graffiti........post black paper on your classroom wall....have students write with silver Sharpie quotes that they love as you/they read throughout the year.

marjorie
Monogrammed drop cloth pillows using a sharpie marker. I made the pillows. Now I should "decorate" it somehow. Maybe a sharpie monogram is the answer? kh

vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication word problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 50 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $

vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 100 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $

reva
Students will learn to count on from any given number. The worksheets start out simple and get progressively more challenging as you introduce larger numbers and students learn to count by 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's.This activity aligns with Common Core Math Content K.CC.A.2 or 1.NBT.A.1. This is a set of 14 worksheets in all.

lynda
Literature Graffiti........post black paper on your classroom wall....have students write with silver Sharpie quotes that they love as you/they read throughout the year.

pauline
dance and math. Left foot tens, right foot ones. Step and jump on the numbers of the problem and then the answer. Good for rounding/estimation problems that they can do in their head. Use for observation maybe?

myra
Engage students in no-prep hands-on activities that get them thinking about math. These Cut & Paste Math Activities for Third Grade help students strategically reason through which answer is correct. Students also have to explain their thinking and write in answers. It's not just matching!

valarie
Discussion tables. Pick a passage from a book you are reading {read aloud, book club book, etc.} and glue it to the center of bulletin board paper and have the students write their thoughts about the passage and respond to their classmates. This Would also be cool for math problem solving!

Kara Baldwin
These word problem practice sheets will help your students to use a variety of methods of solving a word problem. Your students will get plenty of practice on solving problems with unknown numbers (result unknown, change unknown, start unknown). OA.A.1 word problems using 2 whole numbers- Commo Core first grade math practice sheets

maggie
Free Multiplication Printables~ As math facts are revealed the students solve multiplication problems and mark the answers on the flowers. The first player to have one flower with all its petals colored, wins!

carlasisters
Math Challenge of the Week for sixth grade math students. Click on the picture to be linked to all of my Challenge of the Week problems in my blog. This one focused on finding the percent of a number. My 6th grade students really enjoy trying these every week! I post the problem on Monday morning and students have until the end of the day Thursday to solve them. We go over them on Friday!

rosanne
Math Spoons - Teams of 3 or 4. Each S has a worksheet. Each team member has a letter. On a table in the front of the room are cards w/ answers to the worksheet's problems. There is one less answer card per problem than the # of teams playing. Teacher calls out a worksheet problem #. Ss have 2 mins to work individually then can talk to their groups. T calls out a player letter and that person goes to search for the correct answer card. They keep the card. Count the cards at the end for the score.

nichole
Snowball Scoot is a fun and exciting game that gets all of your students moving. It can be used as a preview to see what your students already know, as a review or as an assessment after teaching addition facts to 10. Includes: Directions to “Scoot” 24 task cards and 4 Take a Break Cards if you have more than 24 students A recording sheet Answer Key Snowball manipulatives $ #math#addition#snowman#game#teaching ideas#task cards

joni
Each of these 32 Math Challenge Task Cards has a different multi-step math story problem. Students will use all four operations as they solve the problems. There are some that involve money, measurement, or elapsed time. Answers can all be expressed in whole numbers. $