# Math Literacy

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## Whole Numbers

Looking for a fun and hands on way to teach multiplication and division? How about LEGO! There are so many easy ideas here for LEGO multiplication and division to help your kids succeed.

Teach or review the order of operations with Flocabulary's educational rap song and lesson plan.

Here’s a fun way to teach the concept of multiplication with LEGO® bricks! This is actually my second LEGO® multiplication activity, but I think this one is better. Ha! It makes it so easy for kids to grasp the concept of multiplication, and with a dice to roll and bricks to build with, it feels […]

Happy Mother's Day to all you mommies out there! I hope your day is filled with love and relaxation. Each and everyone of you deserves it! I am getting ready to spend the day with my boys at one of my favorite places- Santa Barbara! Brunch + the beach= one happy Mom! I can't wait to share pics with you later on. But first, I have some exciting news: It's hard to believe I started this amazing journey into the blogging world one year ago today! I have been incredibly blessed this last year. I…

Erklärvideo zur Halbschriftlichen Division

Shows 7 multiplication strategies with coordinating graphic organizer Fact family Fact in words Array Picture Repeated Addition Number line Equality Posters can be printed as one large poster at a professional copy center or printed in 4 - 8.5 x 11 size pages and pieced together. Finished poster...

Ahhhhh long division! The bane of many of our existence…only kind of kidding. But on a serious note…teaching division can be some pretty rough times. BUT it doesn’t have to be that way! Many state standards now require teachers to teach wayyyy more than just the standard algorithm for long division because they want students to really build conceptual understanding instead of just memorizing steps! Common Core standards don’t even teach the standard algorithm until 6th grade! I teach in…

Tara from the Math Maniac blog explains how she teaches her students to divide using the partial product model. This technique enables her students to move from concrete to abstract models of division.

Free math intervention activities for grades 3-5! Use these free activities to provide instruction and intervention to your students with gaps.

Do you dread teaching division to 5th grade students? Check out these division strategies to help! Anchor chart ideas and links to videos included!

Long division is not fun. At least according to my 11 year old. However, there is an approach to make it more accessible, especially ...

Dividing whole numbers has never been easier! This lesson includes everything you will need to teach your students about long division with 2 digit divisors. The lesson includes division with partial quotients and the standard algorithm. This product includes:Division PowerPoint Lesson - 99 slidesIn...

A few days ago, I posted about how I progress through the CRA (concrete, representational, abstract) model for introducing division. From the very basic use of splitting base 10 blocks into groups, all the way to a method very similar to the standard algorithm (that still builds conceptual understanding without just memorizing steps). You can find part 1 here in case you missed it!…did I mention there’s a freebie??? These next two strategies are both partial product strategies. This confused…

Are your students struggling to master multi-digit division? Then it is time to introduce them to the area model known as The Box Method!This resource provides tools and tips for helping your students master this tricky concept. The Box Method applies their understanding of both place value and mult...

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## Place Value

Mr. R.'s music video about PEMDAS, the order of operations- this one has a PEMDAS lesson with examples as part of the song. Check out the funky wah-wah guita...

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## Fractions

Teaching fractions on a number line? Grab this free printable that challenges students draw number lines to help them Develop Fraction Sense Using Number Lines.

Want to help your kids better understand fractions and fraction operations? Visualize with fractions area models and explore lots of important concepts.

## Decimals

This printable pdf poster is a visual for fraction multiplication by the area model. You may also like:5th Grade Math Word WallMultiplying Fractions PennantFraction Division Poster...

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Discover how to introduce decimals with base 10 blocks, and download a freebie to use with the lesson. Then have students practice decimal place value concepts with math games.

Learn how to teach the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of decimals conceptually with the use of math manipulative and FREE templates.

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Teaching fractions on a number line? Grab this free printable that challenges students draw number lines to help them Develop Fraction Sense Using Number Lines.

This printable pdf poster is a visual for fraction multiplication by the area model. You may also like:5th Grade Math Word WallMultiplying Fractions PennantFraction Division Poster...

Want to help your kids better understand fractions and fraction operations? Visualize with fractions area models and explore lots of important concepts.

Learn the difference between the two types of understanding and how to provide opportunities of procedural and conceptual questioning in your classroom.

Mr. R.'s music video about PEMDAS, the order of operations- this one has a PEMDAS lesson with examples as part of the song. Check out the funky wah-wah guita...

Browse over 800 educational resources created by One Stop Teacher Shop in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Discover how to introduce decimals with base 10 blocks, and download a freebie to use with the lesson. Then have students practice decimal place value concepts with math games.

Learn how to teach the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of decimals conceptually with the use of math manipulative and FREE templates.

Looking for a fun and hands on way to teach multiplication and division? How about LEGO! There are so many easy ideas here for LEGO multiplication and division to help your kids succeed.

Teach or review the order of operations with Flocabulary's educational rap song and lesson plan.

Here’s a fun way to teach the concept of multiplication with LEGO® bricks! This is actually my second LEGO® multiplication activity, but I think this one is better. Ha! It makes it so easy for kids to grasp the concept of multiplication, and with a dice to roll and bricks to build with, it feels […]

Happy Mother's Day to all you mommies out there! I hope your day is filled with love and relaxation. Each and everyone of you deserves it! I am getting ready to spend the day with my boys at one of my favorite places- Santa Barbara! Brunch + the beach= one happy Mom! I can't wait to share pics with you later on. But first, I have some exciting news: It's hard to believe I started this amazing journey into the blogging world one year ago today! I have been incredibly blessed this last year. I…

Erklärvideo zur Halbschriftlichen Division

Shows 7 multiplication strategies with coordinating graphic organizer Fact family Fact in words Array Picture Repeated Addition Number line Equality Posters can be printed as one large poster at a professional copy center or printed in 4 - 8.5 x 11 size pages and pieced together. Finished poster...

Ahhhhh long division! The bane of many of our existence…only kind of kidding. But on a serious note…teaching division can be some pretty rough times. BUT it doesn’t have to be that way! Many state standards now require teachers to teach wayyyy more than just the standard algorithm for long division because they want students to really build conceptual understanding instead of just memorizing steps! Common Core standards don’t even teach the standard algorithm until 6th grade! I teach in…