## 4th Grade Christmas Math Centers

Students love these 4th grade Christmas math centers! From fall through Christmas I have have so much fun with my students, and seeing holidays and events through their eyes makes everything a little more special. This can be a great opportunity to engage students in meaningful math tasks that reinforce a rigorous curriculum. I’ve recently […]

## Christmas Activities For The Classroom

Keep reading for a mega collection of Christmas activities for the classroom, because I’m not sure if you’ve heard the news, but Christmas is coming. While fun and exciting, this can be an incredibly busy and stressful time of year. To help you out, I’ve compiled a mega collection of Christmas activities for the classroom

## 4th Grade Halloween Math Centers

I love teaching through the holidays. From fall through Christmas, I have have so much fun with my students, and seeing holidays and events through their eyes makes everything a little more special. This can be a great opportunity to engage students in meaningful math tasks that reinforce a rigorous curriculum. I’ve recently created ten

## Candy Corn Division

I’ve had an idea brewing for a few days now that is a great way to introduce or review the concept of division and remainders. {Sorry, I couldn’t resist.} Last week I started my division unit and noticed that my students had some trouble determining the difference between the number of groups and the number of

## Multiplication Egg Hunt for Easter

Last year one of my third grade teaching partners had a great idea for a fun way to practice multiplication facts! We had an multiplication egg hunt where students matched eggs based on different multiplication facts. It was one of those activities that had students laughing and smiling ear-to-ear, and I absolutely plan to do it

## St. Patrick’s Day Activities

These are some of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day activities for upper elementary students, because we all know they want to have fun too. St. Patrick’s Day was always a holiday that wasn’t too exciting for me, so when I first started teaching it never occurred to me that it might be fun for students.

## New Year Goals Worksheets & Activities

These New Year Goals worksheets and activities encourage self-reflection and give students the opportunity to create new goals for the remainder of the school year. It’s always hard for me to believe that the end of December marks the halfway point of the school year. It’s astonishing to look back at all students have learned

## Christmas Geometry Project

Do you ever have those days or even weeks when you feel like you’re just going through the motions? You’re still doing your job, but that zip and excitement was missing. Whenever I feel that way, I know that it’s time for something new. I 100% believe that there is no point in reinventing

## Student Christmas Gifts

Student Christmas gifts were not high on my priority list. It wasn’t too long ago that I decided I would no longer give my students gifts for Christmas. I had always gone with the flow and given my students gifts, which appeared to be the norm. It wasn’t that I minded buying gifts, but money

## Christmas Math Choice Board

It’s no secret that Christmas is my favorite holiday, by far. There’s just something about it that is completely magical to me, especially when I’m around my children and students. That’s one of the reasons I like to incorporate it into my routine as often as possible. If you’re not allowed to do Christmas activities,

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