Hey, ya’ll! For those who are in a hurry, here’s the freebie link for your Place Value Partners: Rounding Rodeo PowerPoint Math Game based on common core standard 4.NBT.3. For those who are not in a hurry… We’re having fun with PowerPoint math games now! I love making Smart Board games, but I found out […]

# math stations

## 5 For Friday – Fall Math Centers

So for this 5 for Fri, I’m going to share some fun fall activities I place in my math stations/centers. POKE CARDS Poke cards work like Hot Dots, but they are lots cheaper. You hole-punch the answer options, find some cute seasonal cupcake picks, and you’re read to go! Well, you also need […]

## Five Fun Ways to Practice Math Fact Fluency

Hey, ya’ll! I’m very happy to be apart of a fun blog hop on one of my favorite topics – teaching math facts. It’s hosted by the very sweet Joy Hall of Joy of Teaching. Be sure to scroll all the way down (and why wouldn’t you anyway?? :P), so you can hop on over […]

## Ordering Fractions Group Activity

Hey, ya’ll! I’m happy to be apart of the May Bright Ideas Blog Hop! My bright idea this month is a fun activity my students did to practice ordering fractions. Here’s how it goes: 1) To prep, I cut 3 x 5 index cards in half. I hole-punched each card on each end. I made […]

## Thanksgiving Math Center Freebies from TpT on YouTube

Hey, teacher friends! I just finished making a really fun and hopefully helpful video on a bunch of awesome freebies (K-5th) for Thanksgiving math centers that are ready right now to download on Teachers Pay Teachers. The cool thing is, you don’t even have to figure out how the activites work because I’ve done it […]

## Multiplication Fact Center Station Ideas

I shared this pic on Instagram (follow me for more FlapJack love!) and had a few requests to explain my stations I used for practicing multiplication facts. So here goes: Station #1 – Poke Cards These cards I have created myself. They are lots of fun and students check each other for accuracy. These are […]

## How I Do My Math Small Group Station Rotations (this year at least!)

Hey guys! I am a big fan of small group rotations where kids can play games and get all of that mundane skill repetition and practice in without even knowing it. However, my setup has never been completely fluid, but I think I have finally found my way this year for making my small groups […]