These task cards help children with modeling decimals. One set has children coloring a decimal grid to represent a decimal, while another has children figuring out the decimal represented on a decimal grid. The other two sets have children modeling decimals on number lines. ...

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These puzzles have children spelling and then reading 10 igh words. Since the syllables are broken into different puzzle pieces, children are able to focus and practice the long i sound found in -igh. Sometimes learning is easy for my adorable first grader who is...

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Are you introducing decimals? Then these decimal place value worksheets are a fun way to practice decimals on the number line, through modeling decimals, and the value of decimals compared to 1/2. The free printable can be found at the END of this post. Click on...

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Grab some skip counting worksheets free! These cut and paste activities are a wonderful way for children to practice their skip counting skills. They also have all the numbers for the new math memory work for Classical Conversations. The free printable can be found at...

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If your children have been working on skip counting and you want to see what they know, these skip counting clip cards are a great way to do so. There are four cards for the numbers two through fifteen! Perfect for Classical Conversations new math...

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These mazes are a great way to practice skip counting. There is one sheet for each number, two through fifteen. Students have to find fifteen numbers in each maze. This helps them learn their multiplication facts to 15. (2 x 15) (3 x 15) Great...

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Do your children love puzzles? Then these skip counting puzzles are a wonderful way to practice skip counting and build some schema for multiplication times tables. The free printable can be found at the END of this post. Click on the blue “get your free printable here” button....

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Do you need skip counting games for the classroom? These no-prep games help children learn to count by 2’s all the way to the 15’s. I’m not sure why we were talking about feet, but with three boys in my home, we have some pretty...

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Skip counting is a foundation to multiplication, and you can help your child learn to skip count with these 15 skip counting activities. The first five activities focus on counting by two’s all the way to the fifteens. And each set counts up 15 times....

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Here are over 30 easy math games to help children have fun during math time. Help children learn about fractions, decimals, time, money, adding and subtracting with these fun math games. Games! Kids love them. Even if it is an educational game, my kiddos will...

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