Here is a line plot (Line Plot Activity # 4) activity. This line plot task that can be used with students in the 4th and 5th grade to prepare them for the Georgia Milestones and the Common Core Standards.

## Line Plot Activity # 3

Here is a line plot activity. This line plot task that can be used with students in the 4th and 5th grade to prepare them for the Georgia Milestones and the Common Core Standards.

## Line Plot Activity # 2

Here is a line plot activity. This line plot task that can be used with students in the 4th and 5th grade to prepare them for the Georgia Milestones and the Common Core Standards.

## Math Facts Flashcards

You may print these on card-stock paper. After they have been printed, cut them out and place them in a center for your students.

Times two Flashcards (x2)

Times Three Flashcards (x3)

Times Four Flashcards (x4)

Times Five Flashcards (x5)

Times six Flashcards (x6)

Times Seven Flashcards (x7)

Times Eight Flashcards (x8)

Times Nine Flashcards (x9)

Times two Flashcards (x12)

## Multiplication Timed Tests

I created and used these Multiplication Timed Tests in my third grade classroom to help students get motivated to learn their times tables. I would give a 3-4 minute test about twice a week. I kept a stock pile of each multiplication test in a crate with hanging folders. I also had a chart with each student’s name down the left side and each multiplication test across the top to keep track of which tests they have mastered. It got a bit chaotic after a few weeks when students were on all different levels, but it created a competition when students could see each other earning stars for passing. They really enjoyed it, and it got them to practice!

Times Zeo (x0)

**Times One (x1)**

**Times Two (x2)**

**Times Three (x3)**

**Times Four (x4)**

**Times Five (x5)**

**Times Six (x6)**

**Times Seven (x7)**

**Times Eight (x8)**

**Times Nine (x9)**

**Times Ten(x10)**

**Times Eleven (x11)**

**Times Twelve (x12)**

## Fun Double-Digit Math Activity for Kindergartners

Fun Double-Digit Math Activity for Kindergartners

A few days ago I shared a math counting activity that I did with my little ones to practice the numbers 1-12. I actually chose those numbers because those are the number in the SkipBo game I had in the closet! It turned out to be a really fun, but yet very educational activity for my 4 year olds, at the time.

The other day, I tried the activity again, but now with 2-digit numbers. My kids already understand 1-to-1 correspondence, so I decided to try and tackle tens and ones. I made the number line 10-20. They counted out the blocks to match the number, and then we put the ten together to make a ten block. This helped them see the place values in numbers. For example, 10 has 1 ten and 0 ones, 11 has 1 ten and 1 one, 12 has 1 ten and 2 ones. Discussing this, they also noticed a pattern in the tens and ones as you count up. Therefore, I only had to explain the first couple, and then they were able to do it on their own.

I thought this activity might be a little over my 5 year olds’ heads. However, this turned out to be a great activity that took up quite a bit of time. Even if they don’t fully understand place value, they are beginning to see patterns and develop some very important understandings in place value! Try this today with your Pre-K or Kindergartner.

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