# Number Sense

This link will take you to a page that has a variety of printable resources. The "Base 10 Blocks all" are a nice clean master that includes ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands.

This addition chart shows possible strategies that students might use for each fact. This is a notebook file.

These cards show 6 different representations of the numbers 11-20 and can be used for a variety of lessons and games.

# Fractions

Vertical Alignment of Fraction Standards - K-4 - This alignment shows the fraction standards for number and number sense grade by grade so that you can see how learning changes year to year.

Vertical Alignment of Fraction Standards 2-5

Graphic Organizer for Fractions - This graphic organizer allows students to look at multiple representations of fractions in one location.

# Multiplication

Here is a chart that shows possible strategies a student might use to learn his/her facts.

Here are some station ideas to go with multiplication and division.

Games: These games allow students to practice working with one factor.

Times Three - multiples in order

Times Three - multiples not in order

Fishy Fours - multiples in order

Fishy Fours - multiples not in order

Far Out Fives - multiples in order

Far Out Fives - multiples not in order

Sneaky Sixes - multiples in order

Sneaky Sixes - multiples not in order

Slippery Sevens -multiples in order

Slippery Sevens - multiples not in order

Crazy Eights - multiples in order

Crazy Eights - multiples not in order

Nifty Nines - multiples in order

Nifty Nines - multiples not in order

Terrific Tens - multiples in order

Terrific Tens - multiples not in order

Elevens - multiples in order

Elevens - multiples not in order

Twelves - multiples in order

Twelves - multiples not in order

# Skip Counting

The game of "Garbage" is a fun way for students to practice skip counting. Links below will open game directions and game cards.

Even and Odd