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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

How to Teach Math Facts

This is a wonderful tip to help you teach math facts to your students. It works great in a kindergarten, 1st grade or special education math center.


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Write all of the math facts on the bottoms of paper cups. 

(Optional: The answers may also be written on the inside of the cup.) 

Recycled Pringles cans work great for storing the cups in them.

Students look at the cup and solve. 

When the cup is answered correctly, that cup may be used in the creation of a tower. 

Students love building and as they learn, you will see some amazing, tall towers.

How FUN and EFFECTIVE! Yay!



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You will receive six task cards to use in your centers or stations as review games, test prep activities or as a quick formative assessment. You will also receive a student response form and answer key.

These task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. They allow for movement in the classroom by playing SCOOT, having a scavenger hunt or by playing other games.

For 30 additional cards:



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You will receive 26 addition task cards, 2 cut and paste worksheets, a matching game, quiz, student response form and answer key. These cards work well as a math review or as test prep for 1st grade or special education students.

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Addition and Subtraction Word Problems Baseball Game 


You will receive 30 story problem task cards to use as a whole group game indoors or outdoors. Baseball game directions are included. These cards also work well as a math review or test prep in your centers or stations. A student response form and answer key are provided if you prefer to use them as a traditional SCOOT game. 

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You will receive a sampler of 6 place value task cards to use in your kindergarten or special education stations as a review, test prep or as a quick formative assessment. Students may have a scavenger hunt or play a game of SCOOT. You will also receive a student response form and answer key. 

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You will receive six task cards to use in your kindergarten or 1st grade math centers or stations. They focus on subtraction facts up to 10. You will also receive 20 game ideas. A student response form and key are also provided. 

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In this packet, you will receive photo directions for an educational math game with a deck of cards. It works well as a math review, test prep or as extra practice for special education students. 

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