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Money Coin Counting Spelling Activity Center- Math/Lit Integ #BestOf2016Sale

How much is a word worth? Perfect for the kids to do with sight words or names and fabulous money reinforcement!

I like clothespins. Work on fine motor skills and math!

Word Work: Word Worth

3rd Grade Thoughts: Word Work: How much are your spelling words worth?

Moodbear download - its not in English, but the download is straightforward.

Counting coins: Use a hundred chart to help students count coins. Have students place coins on the correct number. For instance, given 3 dimes and 1 nickel, students would place dimes on 10, 20, 30 and the nickel on 35. The last coin tells students how much money they have altogether. This method is effective for having students figure out which coins to use to pay for an item. Making change for a dollar: Place a counter on the price of the object. Place pennies on each square to get…

Winter trees made with lace.

First Grade Math Unit 11 Comparing Numbers Skip Counting and Number Order

Ordering numbers least to greatest first grade activities and worksheets - amazing!!

21 Cozy Makeshift Reading Nooks

Camping dramatic play- A great idea for bringing the outdoors in, especially during the winter months when camping is months away. Adds to the room as well making it feel more like home rather than a classroom. Did this set up with children in the gym for the day, they loved it!

Money problem solving - making 6p. Finding different ways