Workshop Wednesday:Math

I am linking up with Ideas by Jivey's Wednesday Workshop.  This week's focus is Math Games, and to be honest I don't use a lot of games during my math instruction, this group just can't handle it.  I have been impelmenting more and more hands on activities and task cards.

Here I used fraction cards from Super Teacher Worksheets to teach comparing and ordering fractions.

Here students brought in items to identify fractions of a set.

For Dr. Seuss Day we used food to create fractions and order them using benchmark fractions.

Adding Fractions Freebie I created for my class

A few of the Math Units I have in my TpT Store

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  1. Thanks for linking up!! I know that feeling- I've had "that group" before. :( But it looks like you are adapting to them well! :)
    ideas by jivey

  2. I LOVE - I don't subscribe (yet!), but I download their free worksheets like crazy :)
    I sometimes put them in page protectors and let the kiddos fill in the worksheets with a dry erase marker at a math or reading center. I don't know why, but it turns it into a game and they run to the center :)

    Thanks for sharing your ideas,

    Joy in the Journey

    1. WOAH! We are three Jessicas :) We should start a club or something!

    2. I've noticed a lot more Jessica's in the blogging world lately...we all must be around the same age too :)


  3. I love your fraction freebie. I'm going to use it with my kiddos to review before our state tests. Thanks for sharing! I'm your newest follower.
    Hunter's Tales from Teaching


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