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Three fun ways to teach geometry, measurement, and fractions using food!

This class teamed up with a local pizza parlor to learn about math and business.

Addition and subtraction dice games make reviewing math facts fun.

Bingo is a classic game for reviewing multiplication, but kids love it!

Use popcorn, yarn, and noodles to build and identify different types of angles.

First graders use Ellison die cuts to teach students about nonstandard measurement.

A couple of fun ideas for Kindergarten math.

Fun beach ball game for reviewing multiplication facts.

Kids use Matchbox cars to learn about rounding numbers.

Kids use giant number cards to visually demonstrate expanded form numbers.

Students solve math problems as quickly as possible to earn points for their team.

Use place value cards to teach kids about addition with regrouping.

Students must find the dog hiding on the coordinate grid.

A game called "Pay Me," shopping at a pretend farmer's market, and oversized coins.

How to make place value booklets with your class.

The candy machines at the candy store are on the fritz. Now the class must sort, count, and graph all of the candy data!

Students learn to spend money responsibly and balance a checkbook.

Students participate in class surveys, then record the results in fraction form.

Use candy to teach the class all about fractions.

Use tortilla shells to make fractions.

Real pies and cakes are perfect for teaching kids about fractions. Yum!

How to teach kids about fractions with a paper folding activity.

Pizzas made of construction paper are a fun way to review fraction concepts.

Use marshmallows, graham crackers, and chocolate to teach kids about fractions. Mmmm... s'mores.

One way to teach kids how to divide fractions.

There are tons of fraction worksheets on S.T.W.

Use your spelling words to review fractions.