Several ideas for the conceptually teaching of fractions with hands-on activities. These resources will be great for hands-on learners. Also, the teacher could create games out of these dominos, number lines, and other objects.
one of my favorite examples of an interactive Math notebook dandelions and dragonflies: Interactively Math! This is adorable - put the multiples in the M! I think this would help reinforce the word multiple. Love this idea for my future students!
This is a great book mark that shows all the properties of numbers and some valuable equations. It would be great for students at the abstract level with these concepts who just need a quick reminder. Simply print the book mark, cut it out, and hand out!
Audience: First grade, Behavior: Classify shapes using informal geometric language. I would introduce some familiar shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.