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One Hundred Ways to Get to 100

 on April 7, 2014

One Hundred Ways to Get to 100 is an EXCELLENT book for your math library!

Written by Jerry Pallotta, this book was created for preschool through second grade.

Starting off with simple counting by ones, this book illustrates with pictures the "zillions" of ways that you can make 100.

Students practice counting by ones, 2's, 10's, 20's, and so on to reach 100.

One Tiger Growls

 on April 7, 2014

One Tiger Growls by Ginger Wadsworth is an excellent counting book for the animal lovers in your classroom.

Counting from 1 to 20, Wadsworth's book is full of great animal pictures, information about tigers, hippos, owls, gorillas and much more!

From the sounds they make, to their habits and habitats, this book will have your students counting and reading this book again and again.

Easter Peeps!

 on April 5, 2014

This is the cutest spring art project EVER and it makes the cutest bulletin board! This teacher always has the cutest bulletin boards! She labeled it Mrs. Carter's Little Peeps. How creative and fun is that?!?!?!

Splash Math

 on March 31, 2014

Splash Math is a fun new math program that helps students K-5 practice their math skills.

Using games and rewards, students learn that math is fun!

More than 4 million families are using Splash Math to help improve their children's math skills.

Kids can play fun math games to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, measuring, telling time, etc. and parents and teachers can check their progress along the way!

Spring Inspired Addition and Subtraction

 on March 27, 2014

This is a cute way to practice addition and subtraction with your students or kids at home!

Using sticky notes or number cards, write out a math problem. Using half of a plastic Easter egg, hide the correct number of jelly beans under the number they are solving.

Have the students count out the jelly beans for each number that is shown. 

Then have them try to figure out how many jelly beans are hidden under the egg.

Easter Manipulatives Math

 on March 27, 2014

Kids love to use manipulative in math! Manipulatives are better than just a boring old worksheet, any day of the week!

Using spring and holiday inspired tiny erasers to practice addition and subtraction can be a great addition to your math centers! They are inexpensive and fun for your students to work with.

Easter Egg Multiplication

 on March 25, 2014

Easter Egg Multiplication is a fun and low prep way to have your students practice their multiplication facts.

All you will need is a 10-12 plastic Easter eggs, an egg tray, printed out numbers and a pencil and paper.

You can find plastic deviled egg trays at the dollar store or Walmart every spring. They are great for math centers all throughout the year!

50 Amazing Things Kids Need to Know About Math

 on March 25, 2014

Has your child ever griped at you "Why do I have to do this math assignment? I am never going to use it anyway!!!!!"

Then I have the perfect book for you!

50 Amazing Things Kids Need to Know About Math by Anne Rooney is a wonderful tool for parents and teachers of students grades 2-7.

This book helps kids recognize that everyone needs and uses math. 

I Wish I Knew That: Math

 on March 25, 2014

I Wish I Knew That: Math by Dr. Michael Goldsmith is an excellent book to help 3rd Graders through adults understand basic math concepts.

Dr. Goldsmith uses simple language and excellent examples to explain math concepts such as:






Great Estimations

 on March 20, 2014

If you are looking for a great book to use while teaching kids about estimation, Bruce Goldstone's Great Estimations is it!


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