### Mastering Multiplication!

Mastering multiplication facts is such an important skill for 3rd grade students. As a former 4th grade teacher, I fully understand how crippling it can

### The Multiplication Songs

Here's a set of lyrics for teaching multiplication facts through the use of songs. Includes directions.

### Times table Trick (Elevens) - Fast Mental Multiplication Math Trick

Fast Mental Math Tricks - Multiply any two digit by 11 instantly! There are many more cool tricks to learn.

Multiplication Hints and Tricks.

### Math Word Walls | Scaffolded Math and Science

These math word walls work especially well for visual learners and English language learners to supplement a math curriculum. Math vocabulary is presented through examples and concepts, allowing any student struggling with English to access the math. More on the Scaffolded Math and Science blog.

### 4th Grade Math Centers: 4th Grade Fraction Activities (Color by Number)

"I LOVE these mystery pictures for reinforcing concepts!" These 4th Grade Fractions Mystery Pictures are perfect for practicing key 4th grade Common Core fractions standards. This set includes 8 different pictures and over 190 task cards covering equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, adding fractions, subtracting fractions, converting mixed numbers and improper fractions, multiplying fractions by whole numbers, and converting fractions to decimals!

### Long Division Template

Need a way to start long division? Is it too challenging for your students to write all the steps of long division at first? Now you have an easier way to walk them through the steps. This template will provide a way for students to fill in the boxes to help them get on the right track for long divi...

### Getting Started with Effective Math Talk in the Classroom

Welcome friends! Today’s guest post was contributed by Shametria L. Routt, The Routty Math Teacher, and it is about implementing effective math talk in the classroom. This post includes tips and strategies to get you started, as well as a variety of resources to use on your journey. Happy reading! Using mathematical discussions in the classroom is a powerful way to increase our students’ critical

### Five-in-a-Row | Multiplication Facts | Basic Math Facts | Math Bingo

MASTER THOSE MULTIPLICATION FACTS! Just so you know, you won’t find a flashy game board or cutesy game pieces. What you WILL find is an interactive game designed to help students master their facts and think strategically! ($) Click on over and check it out!

### DIY Metal Math Game - Classroom DIY

Need a great mental math game? Items to Gather: wooden sticks Sharpies Instructions: Step 1: First start with your first stick and write start. Step 2: Next ... Read moreDIY Metal Math Game

### Remainders Wanted: Long Division Game

This game is a fun way for students to practice dividing larger numbers (2 and 3 digits) by one digit divisors! This game would be great to use in math centers in upper elementary grades. The file includes teacher notes, game board, and score sheet.

### Equivalent Fractions Game of 'Spoons'

This exciting equivalent fractions game is a twist on the classic "Spoons" game. Learn how to play and get your FREE equivalent fractions cards to use in your classroom!

### Fraction of the Day for 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade - Distance Learning

Give students practice working with fractions and developing a fraction number sense with a Fraction of the Day. Reviews equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, fractions on a number line, adding fractions, subtracting fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, multiplying fractions, and more!

### Kaboom! Possibly The Best Center Game Ever! - Teaching with Jillian Starr

Do you use Kaboom! in your classroom? It has been my go-to center for the past few years, whether I’m teaching Firsties, or now third graders. If Kaboom! is new to you, or it is something you haven’t yet tried in your classroom, here are some great reasons to give it a try: 1. It is highly engaging! 2. It lasts for as long as

### Math Monsters ... er Munchers. Whatever.

Tubs of paint make me happy. So I was giddy to pull O's out this week when it was time to make a little craft for our upcoming lessons about "greater and less" in math. Who knew math could be such fun? Bleh. Last year, I pinned these "Math Munchers" from one extra degree: confessions of a teachaholic. In grade school, I remember making the < > marks, then drawing my own teeth on them. Sometimes, I even added 3/4 of a circle to make the signs look like Pacman. I'm sure I wasn't original in…