(1) Great Smartboard resources you could make use of in your classroom during math intervention (extra math time) or math skills time or during a snack time or any extra moment you might have during your class!
Click HERE for Smarboard resources.
(2) Place Value strategies to incorporate into your math lesson as yet ANOTHER way to figure out the solution instead of the standard algorithm
Click HERE to see various strategies for grade levels 1 – 5.
(3) Why not incorporate a fun read-aloud book that is math related?! — I have a Sir Cumference book in my classroom for use if you would like! I could even read it for you in your classroom, so you could save your voice for your other lessons!
Click HERE (3rd grade) to see many ideas on picture/math books you could read to your class and work through an activity! I could order the book(s) for you to have as a resource in my classroom!
Click HERE for 4th grade book resources
Click HERE for 5th grade book resources
(4) Do your students need more help figuring out the math vocabulary?!
Click HERE for some great ideas of how to incorporate math vocab into your classroom!
(5) Need more number sense specific worksheets (drill) for your classroom, but you don’t want to have to make them?!
Click HERE for all kinds of number sense/operations worksheets that are already made and are FREE, AWESOME, and the answer key is included! 🙂
(6) Get 1 free month of membership for grade levels 1 – 6 of great number sense smartboard/interactive/fun activities you could do with your class, added to the curriculum you are already doing!
Click HERE to see what this great site has for you & get 1 free month by signing up!
(7) National Library of Virtual Manipulatives — what more would you want?! This site is soooooo awesome! Try out just one of these in your classroom and you won’t be disappointed! These would be great to extend to those higher level brains also!
Click HERE to see those manipulatives!
(8) I think I would overwhelm you if I kept adding to this list! So, I will stop myself and just say if you haven’t found something in this list that you find interesting to try out in your classroom, let me know and I can find something else for you! 🙂