# Elementary math

## Teaching Counting with Sesame Street Classics

All these Counting Videos are You Tube.  Just download them on your thumbdrive (google youtube downloader and it will explain how) and then you can show them in your class.  You could also just go to Sesame Street because all their videos are up there.  These are tooooo funny and very educationally entertaining!  You could also set these up in a math center and let the students watch them and sing along.

Classic Sesame Street:  Roll call for numbers video!  Great for kindergarten and beginning first grade!

Another Sesame Street Classic: Number Elimination

This isn’t Sesame Street but it’s really good too! The Big Number Count Song (nice catchy tune)

Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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## Creative Math Projects

Crayola has some great math ideas!  Check them out.

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## A MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH SITE

Here is a great website called Math Village that has interactive applets, videos and many examples!  Check it out!

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Dr. Nicki

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## Fractions on a Numberline: Math Workstation Activity

Fractions on a Numberline is a big CCSS math idea.  Here is a great math workstation activity that brings that to life on a visual numberline.

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Dr. Nicki

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## All About the Angles: Great Math Journal Activities

Angles is a 4th Grade Standard in the CCSS.  Here is a great set of activities to have students do in their math journals.  I really like it because it is interactive, engaging and standards-based. Check it out!

Runde’s Room Spotlight on Angles (scroll down).

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Dr. Nicki

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## Geometry Ideas

Here are some great geometry ideas!

Example 1

Example 2 (3d Word Match/Concentration Game)

Example 3 (CCSS aligned activity)

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Dr. Nicki

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## Composing and Decomposing Number Activities

Here are some great ideas (scroll down to the middle of the page)!  Several ideas are listed that are hand-on, engaging and standards-based.

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Dr. Nicki

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## Guess My Number Activity

This is a great routine to put up in your class (scroll down to the middle of the page).  You get to review tons of skills.  You should laminate this so that students can actually go up and work on the chart.  I love the way that it is color coded.  Be sure to give all kinds of prompts across the domains:

Examples:

Is your number a 2 digit number?

Is your number greater than 10?

Is your number equivalent to the number of inches in a foot?

Is your number equivalent to the sides of a hexagon?

Is your number less than 100?

You get to review concepts and vocabulary!  Wonderful!

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## Place Value Unit

An out of this world place value unit by NASA!

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Dr. Nicki

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## Place Value Vocabulary

Here are some place value word wall cards!  Fantastic!

Here are some more place value word wall cards and more! Super Terrific!

Here is a comparing numbers template! Yahoo!

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Dr. Nicki

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