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## An Invitation to Create A Fraction Craft – Based on Book Full House

Read the book Full House with your children, and then invite them to make a fraction craft. It is a fun, hands-on way to introduce fractions.   This post may contain Amazon links and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you,...

## One Amazing Visual Fraction Models Game

Visual Fraction Models are a great way to introduce children to fractions. This fraction game helps children recognize fractions and this visual model.   This post may contain Amazon links and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you, but if you...

## Don’t Take My Blocks – A Free Subtracting With Regrouping Game

*This post contains affiliate links   My boys love games. Even though we took off a few days for spring break, when I mentioned a game they came running. My 6-year-old, had done the file folder activity on subtracting with regrouping earlier in the week....

## Subtraction with Regrouping File Folder Activity

This free subtraction with regrouping file folder activity is perfect for teaching children how to subtract in a hand -on way. *This post contains affiliate links from Amazon   I remember the moment like it was yesterday. I was sitting in a class on how...

## Number Recognition Clip Cards with Expressions

Work on number recognition and expressions with these clip cards that use base ten blocks. You can also get them with tally marks and ten frames. *This post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers. There is no additional cost but if you choose...

## Get Free Place Value Calendar Pieces to Practice Number 20 – 50

Another month has flown by, and April will be here tomorrow. We are looking forward to a couple of free days next week for spring break, and one special outing!! As we hit the beginning of the month, I wanted t0 add another set...

## 20 Word Problems for Multiplying Fractions By Whole Numbers

Grab these 20-word problems that get children multiplying fractions by whole numbers using real life examples. The cards also encourage children to model. *This post contains affiliate links   One of my favorite teaching positions in the public school was my time spent as a...

## Bingo For Numbers 21 – 50

This free place value bingo will help you children develop number sense as they identify numbers 20 – 50 using base ten blocks, tally marks, and more.   *This post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers. There is no additional cost but if...