You can learn hands-on from the book if you have any questions. 10 Lucky Leprechauns This is the activity for you! This St. Patrick’s themed sensory container is a fun…

Bubble Letters are a fun way to teach students numbers. I let them color inside each number, fill it with stickers, dot paint, thumbprints, or color in the numbers. You…

I Can Do Numbers is a NO-PREP resource to get your children “showing their understanding” of numbers and sets in a simple format so everyone can be successful. Children simply…

Hello! These Addition Charts were created for me personally in my classroom. I decided to share with my fellow teachers. Get this free printable! There are three options available for…

Here’s another math activity you can use for distance learning or digital education. This can be easily added to your Google Classroom. I prefer to only assign a few slides…

Your students can visualize the process of classifying values into the real numbers system. This will help them to reinforce the connections between the sets. Students are able guide others…

This Number Match Up game will help your students improve their Counting On-Addition Strategy. Students will use the counting strategy to find the matching card. The cards can be divided…

Hello Math Teachers! Your classroom makes the laws, right? This worksheet explains how to use laws of exponents in monomials. This activity involves the law involving negative exponents, multiplications or…

Hello Math Teachers! What are you working on this week in operations? This worksheet will help you perform operations with numbers in scientific notation. This puzzle will engage your students.…

Use these monthly calendars to help your students practice writing and tracing their numbers each month. This is a great way for students to practice patterning and number order. These…