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I love this strategy sort to help kids recognize when one addition strategy might be more helpful than another! I was just trying to explain this to my daughter recently, so I’ll be grabbing this too! 🙂
If you need some fun games for fact practice, grab these 80s themed games! Also included are some timed practice test for you to use!
I love this simple (and inexpensive!) idea for working on measurement! There isn’t a free printable, but would be a free or cheap (if you don’t have straws) way to practice!
Teaching High School Math has a great freebie for helping students analyze a function from it’s graph! (And if you like it, you can purchase the entire set!). Note: It’s a little hard to see where the links are in this post, but after the description of the entire packet, she explains how you can get a free sample, and you just need to click on the link FREEBIE! (Includes answer key).
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