### Are You Starting Multiplication? Or Maybe Trying To Review It Before Testing?

Are You Starting Multiplication? Or Maybe Trying To Review It Before Testing? I Can Help, I Have a New Color By Numbers Multiplication Bundle for You!

It Has Seventy-Two Multiplication Color Your Answer Printables With Seventy-Two Answer Keys Also Included. Use One Set Each Week To Introduce Multiplication in Your Math Centers or as a Spiral Review.
This math resource includes:
* Thirty-Six Division Color By Code Worksheets
1. Twenty-Four with cute children
2. Twelve with a matching animal.
* Thirty-Six worksheets with problems only.
1. Multiplication of EACH FACT in Order
2. Multiplication of EACH FACT in Mixed Order
3. Multiplication of EACH FACT with the Missing Number
* Seventy-Two Answer Keys that are color coded.
Please view the preview pictures and the preview file for more details.

You can click on the individual links to purchase the resource for just that skill.

Perfect for a Substitute Teacher "Sub Tub" or "Sub Folder" All Answer Keys are Included!

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### Are You Reviewing Fractions for Your State Tests?

Fractions on the Standardized Tests
I always found on the state tests the two or three problems dealing with fractions were always tricky. Try as you might to prepare your students for a strong background in fractions, missing one or two test questions due to TRICKY or POORLY WRITTEN questions is not fair to students, not fair to teachers and not what the original point of testing was all about. But it is the way of the world right now, so the better prepared your students are, the better the chance they have at being successful.
Research shows the more you review with hands-on centers and games, the more your students will retain the information. Task cards, Scoot, I Have, Who Has? Games all keep your students up and moving. Their body AND brain are actively engaged.
I have created some new St. Patrick's Day I Have, Who Has? Cards for a wonderful, engaging review in your classroom.
{100 cards total with six versions, three easy and three hard.}

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### Fern's Freebie Friday ~ FREE Color For Fun Farm Boy!

Color for Fun - Farm Fun - Coloring Pages
This cutie is free in the TpT preview, visit this page {click here} and then click on the green PREVIEW button that is underneath the Farm Fun cover picture. You will be able to print this printable as well as view the remaining 27 coloring pages that comes in the resource, Color for Fun - Farm Fun - Coloring Pages.
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### Gold or Silver Oreo Cookie Coins for St. Patrick's Day

Turning Oreo Cookies Into Silver and Gold Coins For St. Patrick's Day

** Throwback Thursday Rerun Fun **

Pinterest has some great pictures of Oreo Cookies painted gold for St. Patrick's Day. I put one of those pictures on my Facebook wall to share with my readers and the questions started....Have you done this? Did it dry quickly? Did it taste good?

Well, all good questions, I didn't know. So we went to the store and looked, and looked, annnnd looooked for the gold color mist that was on Pinterest.

However, we couldn't find any gold in our area, so we did the experiment with silver, a silver coin, close enough!

All you need are Oreo Cookies and Wilton Color Mist Spray! My children are 18 and 21, so this little experiment's results are for four adults. We sprayed the cookies, it was very simple, then the 18 year old immediately ate one, yucky, it was still wet and he said it tasted like "paint fumes" well...yeah, you were suppose to let it dry!

So we sprayed some more and let them dry over night and it is true, you can't taste the coloring. However, four out of four adults at our house agree that it masks the chocolate taste of the cookie part a little different. I would recommend doing this with your students, the spray is soooooo easy to use. But putting them up overnight before they eat them. You kids will just be so excited to be eating a St. Patrick's Day coin!

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### Mardi Gras Resources!

Mardi Gras is February 28th This Year!

I have three different literacy centers for a whole lot of Mardi Gras fun in your classroom. Bring in a King Cake and add a little joy to your classroom even if you're not in New Orleans!

Noun or Verb? Adjective or Adverb? A Mardi Gras Celebration Packet of Task Cards, Center Game, Printables and Interactive Notebook Activities!

Or you can get each resource separately.

Noun or Verb? A Mardi Gras Celebration Packet of Task Cards, Center Game, Printables and Interactive Notebook Activities

Adjective or Adverb? A Mardi Gras Celebration Packet of Task Cards, Center Game, Printables and Interactive Notebook Activities!

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### Need Some Last Minute Fun for Presidents' Day?

Perfect for Monday or Tuesday if you have Presidents' Day off! Whole class, indoor recess, guided reading groups, small RTI groups, all sorts of great ways to use these I Have, Who Has? US Presidents cards! This resource includes Teacher Directions , 2 Teacher Answer Keys and 88 Cards total. This resource has been divided into two different sets of cards, Easy and a Harder, More Challenging set. The first set has presidents' names only and the second set has the presidents' names and number. See the example pictures below. Do you have a small class? Give everyone 2 or 3 cards to keep them on their toes for a wonderful brain break this week!

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### Roman Numerals I Have, Who Has? Cards for St. Valentine's Day!

96 CARDS TOTAL
The easy version has your students read the number directly off of the cards, while the hard version requires your students to convert the Roman Numeral to a number. Each set has a different animal Valentine's clip art theme, to make it easier for you, the teacher, to sort and store them! ♥

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Valentine's Day may not be over, but for me, this was time to plan for some St. Patrick's Day fun! This St. Patrick's Day Subtraction Color Your Answers Printables for St. Patrick's Day is perfect for your math class and to display in your classroom.
This math resource includes:
FIVE No Prep Printables and the answer keys are included too!

These high interest black and white printables are great for seat work, homework or small group work.
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### Looking For Some New Ideas For Presidents' Day?

Presidents' Day Will Be Here in a Blink!

February is a small, short month, but it is jam packed with all sorts of fun holidays to incorporate into the elementary classroom. Ready? This year has Groundhog Day, Black History Month, St. Valentine's Day, Presidents' Day, George Washington's Birthday, Abraham Lincoln's Birthday, Madis Gras, Ash Wednesday, Chinese New Year, Leap Year and Dental Health Month! Wow, all that and only 20 school days!

I found some of the cutest You Tube videos to use this month as a quick brain break, a chance to learn a little song and have a little fun while you also worry about Test Prep and all those other good things!

First Five Presidents
A Song To Remember the Presidents in Order
Nickelodeon's President Song {Not including Obama}

Two Presidents' Day Color for Fun Resources!
Perfect for Writing Centers for K - 4th Grade!

If you are pushed for time, I have two Money resources that you can use while incorporating Presidents' Day into your Math lesson by talking about some of the presidents on coins and dollar bills.

My Freebie for you this Tuesday is a resource with four writing center pages for George and Abe!
I have also created two Writing Centers based on the US Presidents, one for K-1 grade and one for 2-3 grade.
United States Presidents Book - Second and Third Grade Version
United States Presidents Book - Kindergarten and First Grade Version