Eleni Merkouriadou

Eleni Merkouriadou

Eleni Merkouriadou
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SAMPLE PAGE FROM: KID CODES: Expected vs. Unexpected Activity For Promoting Good Friendships  These are fun and engaging activities to do with children who can benefit from practicing good friendship behaivors. Two sets of cards were made to appeal to both older and younger children. This is a great way to start a new school year or new group. Lots of fun. Kids really enjoy doing this. When not in use, the chart makes a great visual to keep up on your bulletin board.

I wouldn't necessarily use these cards with the kids (not age appropriate for everyone. but i think it's good for you all to have in your "giving positive feedback" tool bags. it's hard to identify things that are obvious sometimes.

great for addition and subtraction

Math spiders Learning + a healthy snack! and they are working on composing numbers and finding all the different ways to make a number!

Number recognition, addition, subtraction, multiplication

Learn with Play at Home: Fun Bottle Top Addition Game. (or number recognition) Playful Maths

Ιδέες για δασκάλους: Οι καλοί λογαριασμοί...

Ιδέες για δασκάλους: Οι καλοί λογαριασμοί...

Fry facts for decomposing numbers!

First Grade Fever!: French Fry Math Center FREEBIE & a Super-Big Thank You! As weeks go by keep adding french fries to the different numbers. It reinforces how many ways you can get to the same number

Ιδέες για δασκάλους: Όταν δανείζομαι ένα βιβλίο...

Ιδέες για δασκάλους: Όταν δανείζομαι ένα βιβλίο...

Ιδέες για δασκάλους: Πώς αισθάνεσαι σήμερα

Ιδέες για δασκάλους: Πώς αισθάνεσαι σήμερα

Interactive activities

Interactive Learning Sites for Education

Valentine's Day Equivalent Fractions Activity. Great for 3rd- 5th graders the week of Valentine's Day! $1.50

Fun activity and extra fraction practice.

Fractions - good to start with perhaps, then move on to more complex illustrations of fractions (beyond the pie model)

Grade Go Math! Chapter 8 -- Fractions - good to start with perhaps, then move on to more complex illustrations of fractions