Fractions Dominos Challenge Cards

Flash Card -Fraction DominosWant a “Fun and Easy” way to teach fractions – wholes through twelfths? You can match visual and numerical fractions as you increase students understanding of fractions, equivalent fractions, and graphic representations of actual fractional parts.  These versatile game-like activities extend learning and add fun while practicing skills and reviews. Activities can adapt to a range of skill levels. Use in the classroom, at home, or on the go. Packet includes 56 two-sided cards, 3 1/8” x 5 1/4”.  Ideal for teaching 4th Grade / Ages 9 & up.Available at all Utah Idaho Retail Stores

Summer Fit Learning

Summer Fit Books 7-8

        Is Your Child Ready for Eighth Grade ?


(1) Math –  geometry and advanced algebra concepts

(2) Science – is weighty & hands-on, introducing lab reports.  Topics might include heredity, reproduction, and adaptation.

(3) Language arts – persuasive and expository writing.  (Ability to infer meaning, to draw conclusions, and to relate one passage to another)

(4) Social Studies – Participate in class discussions that relate the past to the present in detail.

Is your child ready to discuss topics with a guidance counselor, i.e.: high school, college, and even careers. Exploring all available paths to choose.Can your child organize?

Can he/she keep a journal of assignments and prioritize?

Summer Fit Workbooks will help your child retain and prepare them for a successful 8th grade year.

Farkle Game

Farkle is one of my families favorite games!  Age 5 and up but – we all play together using it as a way to strengthen math skills while having a great laugh.  Just hoping you won’t “Farkle”!


Edu*press – Common Core Resources

Edupress Common Core Resources

  • Handy flip books put the new language arts and math standards at teachers’ fingertips!
  • Help teachers apply standards to their current lesson plans and build additional lessons around Common Core requirements
  • Each K–5 book features the complete Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy and Math for the individual grade level, 6 titles available
  • Grades 6–12 ELA & Literacy books feature the complete standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects, 5 titles available
  • Grades 6–12 Math books feature the complete standards for Mathematics, 2 titles available
  • 6-1/2 x 10-1/2″ coil-bound flip books

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THE MAILBOX Sets Standards for Meeting Standards

Evan-Moore BooksCommon Core Lessons  –  Across the Curriculum

Evan-Moor’s resources provide easy-to-use lessons that teach and practice basic reading, writing, math, and communication skills, all essential for Common Core mastery.  They evaluated their wealth of resources and identified a collection of titles as “Top Picks.”  The Common Core Top Picks:  1 Emphasize the basic skills found in Common Core State Standards  2  Support the rigor of Common Core skill practice.

Classroom Resources That Work      Evan-Moor resources provide continuity and consistency through all grade levels. They are:  Research-based, Effective in helping students master core skills, Aligned to state standards and Common Core State Standard.

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DIDAX – Activities for Money


DIDAX - Activities for Money

Using real or play money allows students to become familiar with coin names and their values.   Add dice to this and students catch on quickly as they engage in circle races, play Banking, Tic-Tac-Toe, Money Bingo, Go Around, and much more!  The more they play the more they  gain fluency in adding, subtracting, recognizing number patterns, and representing money using the cents or dollar sign.  An accompanying digital book with games that can be played on any interactive whiteboard or computer and projector.  Also, have you ever gotten frustrated when someone can’t count back change?  Classroom-tested activities in the book provides students with ample opportunities to practice money-related skills, including making change.  Awesome!

DIDAX – Activities for Multiplications

DIDAX - Activities for Multiplication

Using ordinary dice can help your students develop a quick recall of multiplication facts.  These “Classroom-tested” activities reinforce number patterns while developing fluency with facts 2-12, and they emphasize commutative properties, as well as including probability and graphs.  The DVD “Dice Activites for Multiplication” features seven different types of activities that can be tailored to differentiate instruction!

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Classroom Keepers® 6-Shelf Organizer & Drawers

Pacon 6 Shelf Organizer


Pacon’s  6-Shelf Organizer is perfect for holding filler paper, handwriting paper and smaller sizes of art and construction paper.  Each slot measures  2-1/2″H x 10-1/2″W x 13-1/4″D.   You can use this just as it is or add the accessory drawers.

The Drawers inside dimensions are 2-1/4″H x 10-1/4″W x 12-1/2″D and come in a 6 PK of colors: Blue, Yellow, Red, Orange, Purple and Green.  Both items are made of using Recycled materials and are Recyclable. Pacon 6 Shelf Drawers





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DIDAX – Dice Activities for Math

DIDAX - Math Activities

Want to make Math Fun?  You can use Didax’s fun dice games and activities to sharpen your students’ number skills!   All classroom – tested activities focus on the NCTM standard of number and operation, and  Dice Activities for Math also addresses the NCTM  process standards of reasoning, representation, computation, and communication!  Just using Dice makes children respond and have so much fun.

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Critical Thinking KCritical Thinking 1critical thinking 2

Critical Thinking GLYPHS can be used to present concepts required by the COMMON CORE STANDARDS !  Parents do you know what a GLYPH is?  Teacher’s know, it is a pictograph or hieroglyph, and is a way to collect, display, and interpret data. Using glyphs to teach math skills (like counting, sorting, making tally marks, combining sets, measuring, and making patterns) creates magic in the process.  Students are also thinking critically by comparing and contrasting, using reasoning skills, and drawing their conclusions. The Books come in Grades K, 1, and 2.