Here's a set of 4 different hundred board puzzles for students to complete.
Here's a set of strips and pattern pieces for students to make their own fall patterns.
Here's a set of 6 different Christmas themed number order puzzles. Also includes snowmen and other winter-related themes.
Here's a set of slips for students to record their estimate of items in the estimation jar.
Here's a nice bulletin board idea with sentence starters for students to use during math discussions.
Here's a set of materials for finding missing numbers. Students match the pictures to the missing number cameras.
Here's a unique and fun way for your students to learn about and write five different kinds of poetry. This poetry booklet activity is a great way to culminate a poetry unit or provide students with an independent poetry project. ($)
Here's a set of 4 different posters on how to use a 100 board. These focus on 1 more/1 less, 10 more/10 less, 9 more/9 less, and 11 more/11 less.
Conjunction puzzles. Students use the conjunctions and, or, but, so, because to complete different sentence puzzles. Great way to practice using conjunctions!
Here's a set of math talk bookmarks with questions and stems to prompt students. Free
Here's a set of apple themed number order puzzles. Includes puzzles for counting 1-5, counting 1-10, skip counting by 5, and skip counting by 10.
Here's a set of step-by-step directions for creating envelope books with your students.
Here's a post with a number of resources to help you set up science notebooks with your students.
Here's a set of number cards with dots to help students practice counting and one-to-one correspondence.
Here's a set of posters with 8 statements/questions to help students use accountable talk during a math lesson.
Here's a set of directions and materials for creating a discovery bottle where students look for colors and shapes.
Here's a number version of a Boggle board (Noggle!). Includes students recording sheet.
Gift Wrap Ideas
Here's a set of "Later Gator" exit slips. Includes 4 pages with each page featuring a different prompt or statement.
Here's a board game where students practice telling time to the hour and half hour.
Here's a packet of materials for students to practice with ten frames, number bonds, number patterns, addition, subtraction, missing
Classifying Triangles Math Game/Math Center: This is a great station or activity for students practicing classifying triangles by sides lengths or angles. Students play in groups of 2-4. They flip one card over. Everyone in the group tries to accurately complete the problem (this is not a race!). Once everyone has finished, they check answers.. All students with correct answers get to roll the dice. Whatever they roll is the number of spaces they move on the game board.
Pinner says, "I printed out hundreds charts on white and BRIGHT colored paper and laminated both copies. (I have one set for every student) Then I cut the NEON paper into different shaped puzzle pieces. Students work to cover their entire 100's puzzles quickly and quietly. It's amazing how fast some of them can do this compared to how long it takes others!!"
FREE! This is a set of THREE different projects created to allow for extended learning based on the non-fiction reading and work done by students.
Here's an ice cream themed activity where students show two different ways to pay for the ice cream.
Here's a set of cards to help students practice facts that add to ten. I like the way the ten-frame is connected to the written expression.