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Balloon Toss Math: A Number Sense Math Game

Posted by Jen Wieber on September 23, 2014

Use balloons to help your students get moving while they learn how to perform simple number operations!

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Signature Bugs Symmetry Art Project

Posted by Jen Wieber on September 20, 2014

Showcase your students' own signature when they create their own unique "bugs" in this fabulous art symmetry project!

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Poppin' Tags Math Lesson Ideas

Posted by Jen Wieber on September 17, 2014

Kids will love Poppin' Tags Math! Create super fun math centers with these cool ideas using sale tags!

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Shell Lotto DIY Math Game

Posted by Jen Wieber on September 17, 2014

Use your ocean treasures to play a fun game called, Shell Lotto! Find out how many different math problems you can create using only 1 handful of shells!

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Number Lotto Math Lesson

Posted by Jen Wieber on September 17, 2014

Number Lotto challenges students to create a variety of math problems using a randomly chosen number as the answers!

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Anne Walker

Anne has been an educator for over 30 years and even more important she's been an avid learner her entire life.

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Caycee Coffield

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Jen Wieber

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Peggy Valnes

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