Count with Money (US Currency) Interactive Resource by Gynzy.
Below you will find an easy to use money resource, that you can easily set to full screen on your SmartBoard and begin to use in the classroom.
Simple to Use
Move the coins and notes to the board, then select Total (bottom right corner) to see how much money has been placed on the board.
There are so many ways you could use this resource with your students. Here are just a few suggestions:
I'd also love to hear how you would use this resource in your classroom. Please feel free to share a comment with everyone any ideas you have. :)
You may also be interested in some of these fun fraction review math mysteries to use with your students. They come with a fun video hook to engage students into the activity. You can view the video for free below. Click on the mystery covers to find out more about each individual grade skill targeted mystery version of the Forgetful Pharaoh!
Currently available for Grades 3 - 6 (or choose a level that suits your class best). Skill overview provided within the Product Description.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I've collected some Thanksgiving storybook read aloud videos that would be great for the classroom. You could use these as part of your Thanksgiving activities, celebrations, story time and/or as a time filler during this seasonal time.
Simply press play to view on the video that you would like to view below. Please note that the videos may need some time to upload depending on your Internet Connection.
Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for visiting my website! :)
Thanks for Thanksgiving
Give Thanks for Each Day
Franklin's Thanksgiving Read Aloud
Pete the Cat: The First Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is . . .
Five Silly Turkeys
Pinkalicious: Thanksgiving Helper
The Turkey Who Forgot How To Gobble
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CLICK HERE to find out more about this fun Math Quest that contains SIX challenging math chapters, THREE levels provided for differentiation, and FOUR different possible endings students can end up with!
Send your students on an epic Math Quest with this exciting story “The Terrible Turkey Takeover”. Great for Thanksgiving or could be used at any time throughout the year. This is a fun activity to get some extra math practice in or for your early finishers. With six exciting chapters to work through, students can end up with one of four possible endings.
THREE SETS PROVIDED FOR DIFFERENTIATION
Three levels of difficulty (EASY, MEDIUM, HARD) provided within this product so that you can differentiate this activity within your classroom. As long as the chapter number is the same, you can swap chapters across difficulty levels to tailor this math quest to best suit your class and/or individual student needs.
A variety of skills are covered throughout the chapters of this math quest. An overview of the skill required in each level provided below.
EASY – Addition & Subtraction (2-digit & 3-digit numbers, with regrouping); Mapping, coordinates, distance, time; Number Patterns (add & subtract); Venn Diagram with numbers puzzle (compare, add, subtract); Time (adding minutes); multiplying by 2s, 5s and 10s.
MEDIUM – Multiplication facts (1-12); Division facts (1-12); Mapping, coordinates, distance, time; Number Patterns (geometric, add, subtract, multiply); Venn Diagram with numbers puzzle (compare, add, subtract); Time (adding minutes).
HARD – Multiplying 2-digit by 1-digit numbers; Mapping, coordinates, distance, time (with decimals), Patterns (geometric, decimals, fractions); Venn Diagram with numbers puzzle (compare, add, subtract, multiply, divide); Time (adding minutes); Adding & Subtracting Fractions (unlike denominators - simplifying required), comparing fractions.
ANSWER SHEETS INCLUDED
FOUR BONUS early finisher literacy activities added at the end to extend the activity if you wish.
Check out this fun Thanksgiving Math Mystery: Case of The Gobbler's Curse
(Available in versions for Grades 1-8!)
Click on the cover image to find out more in my TPT store!
Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving! :)
Go to the settings button to make a list of words you would like to have in the game. Great for using with spelling lists or themes.
Below I have listed a word list suggestion that could be used as a fun Earth Day Activity.
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