Monday, October 23, 2017

October Math Treats to Use Right Now!

Hello, Friends!

Here we go, approaching the end of October, and what's likely the busiest time of the school year... and one of the busiest seasons in your outside of school life, too. I'd like to (re)share some oldies but goodies that might be useful to you right now. AND - all of these math resources are free!

These resources were previously shared on Teaching Blog Roundup.

If you are a first grade teacher, you know that there's no such thing as too much practice on the 120 chart. With so many of you working on place value early in the year (!!!), I hope that Pumpkin Party Flip-and-Find will help move your littles along in the process. Click here for your copy!

If you're looking for more activities for the 120 chart, click here to see more than 20 of them
 at my TpT store, including several more free items!

Pumpkins are everybody's favorite for October, so here are two ways to include them in your October teaching.  First is this little set of pumpkin themed subtraction word problems. They'd be an easy addition to your October math centers. They're also a good size to use in an interactive notebook.

... and here is a set of two solve-and-color pages that use ten frames for subitizing and for addition & subtraction.. These are great to use as an independent activity, for early finishers, or even for October homework!

Are you looking for more activities that keep the fun in fall learning? Visit my Autumn Learning board at Pinterest!

Enjoy, and have lots of October fun!

Happy Teaching!

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