The Teacher Bag
Grab and Go Packs are meant to provide extra practice with the math skill listed on this pack. I use these as an earlier finisher activity or an RTI activity. I store my activities in plastic photo cases, but they could also be stored in baggies too. The Grab and Go activities do not have paper recording sheets. Everything is meant to be be paper free (after initial set-up). There are some activities that students can record onto a laminated card. If you need to show accountability, have your students take a picture of the finished activity with a device.
This is a bundle of holiday find, tally and graph activities. These are great for stations or to leave for a sub. This bundle includes the following find, tally and graph sets:
Do you love QR codes? My students love to go on scavenger hunts with them. Students scan the card to receive the clue to the next card AND a word to write down. If they do the scavenger hunt correctly, they will have a silly sentence written down to illustrate. Check it out, my students love it!
Are you looking for a fun, hands-on way to practice geometry? Paint sticks are an inexpensive way to do that! I use these during our geometry unit to review shape attributes. This pack includes what you need to make your own geometry sticks.
Are you looking for a fun, hands-on way to practice place value? Paint sticks are an inexpensive way to do that! I use these when reviewing place value concepts. This pack includes what you need to make your own place value math sticks.
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