## Martin Luther King Day Mat Activities for Your 3rd and 4th Graders

On the looking for some Martin Luther King Day Math activities?  Then you’re in luck! These MLK activities are perfect for the whole month of February! This post is full of great ideas you can use with your 3rd, or 4th grade classroom and homeschool students!  Use them as review, for math center or stations,…

## Measurement Conversion for 4th and 5th Grade Students

Measurement Conversion for 4th and 5th Grade students Measurement can be a confusing concept for upper elementary students, especially when it comes to measurement conversion. Whether you are teaching customary measurements, metric conversions, or both, your students will need to practice understanding and applying this skill.    Having cheat sheets of conversion formulas and…

## Digital Multiplication Activities With Boom Cards

School buildings may be closed right now but I know dedicated teachers, like you, are looking for a new and exciting ways to engage your Third Graders.  Have I got a great idea for you? Digital multiplication Boom Cards to the rescue. Like you, I have been exploring numerous apps and websites, like Clever, IXL…

Measuring and Drawing Angles can be tricky for some Third Grade and Fourth Grade Students but with lots of practice…mastery is just around the corner.  Luckily, I have found some really amazing ways to get my students excited about and engaged in measuring Angles. I am so excited to share these fun activities to help…

## 4 Divisibility Rules Every Student Should Master with FREEBIES

Mastering and understanding divisibility rules can be helpful for long division and greatest common factor. However, memorizing divisibility rules can be challenging for some kids. I love incorporating fun hands-on ways to teach division in my classroom. You probably know the divisibility rule for 2:  any even. number can be divided by 2.  What about…

## Fun Ways to Teach Exponents to Beginners

When I think of tricky math concepts for my fourth Graders … I think EXPONENTS! Introducing exponents was a math concept that I was dreading because I had a feeling that my students would fall into the rookie pattern of multiplying the base with the exponent. Much to my delight, my Fourth graders mastered exponents…

## Teaching Long Division for Beginners

If your memories of math in 4th grade are anything like mine, you might remember struggling to memorize the long division steps. Can you believe I never really understood long division until I became a teacher? Yep. That’s right! To unlock the secret to teaching long division and making it easy for my students (and for…

## Ideas to Spark your Thanksgiving Math for the Elementary Classroom with Some Fact Freebies

Want to keep your kids engaged during math centers during Thanksgiving Celebrations? Here are some ideas and a few Math Fact freebies  Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate with my kiddos because of the great opportunities to celebrate gratitude.  I love practicing gratitude through journals.  It is also a time for turkeys,…

## Winter Math Fact Resources for the Elementary Classroom with a FREEBIE

These winter math fact resources are an engaging, hands-on way to get your students working on their addition or multiplication facts while having fun. First up is the winter addition color by number. What child doesn’t love to color? (Heck, what adult doesn’t?!?) So let them! And you won’t have to worry about your administrator walking…