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Fun and engaging money activities for second grade, including a free printable game as well as links to money songs and videos.

120 Likes, 1 Comments - Teresa (@teachingtothetesttaker) on Instagram: “😍Loving these traceable anchor charts from @theamygroesbeck (these are from her Fractions Planogram…”

Learn all about coins with your kindergarten and first grade students using these four coin worksheets! The four most common coin values are included: quarter, dime, nickel, and penny. Each...

37 Likes, 0 Comments - tripsi (@mytripsi) on Instagram: “This chart by @theamygroesbeck is so beautiful and makes these units of measurement a bit easier to…”

Amy Groesbeck shared a post on Instagram: “Are you teaching place value?! Then grab my Anchor Chart Planogram Vol. 2: Place Value set! It's…” • Follow their account to see 1,341 posts.

Visual Poster for "How to Solve a Math Problem" - Math - Mrs. Schubbe's Kindergarten - Issaquah Connect

Absolute lowest prices on 3-D Shapes Unit: Anchor Chart 3-D Shapes are super exciting for students! As a teacher, this unit is always easy for me...

3rd Grade Thoughts: A teaching blog by Stephanie Van Horn

FREE for a limited time!2 Digit Addition2 Digit SubtractionWorksheetsDo your students need extra practice with 2 digit addition and subtraction? Then these worksheets are just what you need. I know my students struggle with this concept, but with much practice they get the hang of it and can move ...

We worked all week on 3D shapes!! We learned about a cone, cylinder, sphere, and cube. We did lots of different activities to learn about each 3D shape attributes and found 3D shapes all around us!! Here are some activities we did to learn about these 3D shapes I introduced a 3D Shape each day. […]

These are my go-to back to school math anchor charts that establish norms and expectations for math instruction for the entire year.

Polygon anchor chart

Today I am super excited to share one of my favorite partner math games with you! It's an oldie, but goodie. You know, one of those ideas th...

Make your homework fun by sending home math games with your kids. It's the perfect way to help them learn their addition and subtraction facts.

Use these free printable Counting Coins Money Games in first grade or second grade to help kids learn to count money. There are two differentiated game options for kids learning to count different sets of coins.

Composing Shapes is such a fun topic in first grade and kindergarten geometry! Learning how to compose 2D and 3D shapes is fun because, well...