### Looking for Something Colorful and Inviting to Review Multiplication this Spring?

You will love this BUNDLE of Spring Single Digit and Double Digit Multiplication Task Cards, Recording Sheets and Answer Keys! It is so easy to prepare these task cards for your centers, small group work, scoot, read the room, homework, seat work, the possibilities are endless. Your students will enjoy the freedom of task cards while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time!
One of my favorite ideas is to put the center cover sheet on a 3-prong notebook and store the task cards and recording sheets inside the notebook.  If you want to make it a self-checking center, you can place the answer key inside the notebook too. This allows the center to move WITH the students, to different areas in the classroom, especially handy if you have flexible seating.
This bundle is available as two separate resources too. So if you only need something for the standard, 4.NBT.B.5, the purple Spring Double Digit Multiplication Task Card Set is for you!

4.NBT.B.5 states - Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
This bundle is available as two separate resources too. So if you only need something for the standard, 3.OA.A1, the blue Spring Single Digit Multiplication Task Card Set is for you!

3.OA.A.1 states - Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a total number of objects can be expressed as 5 × 7.
Each Task Card Set Comes With a Task Card Cover Center Sign.

Perfect for review while you work with your small groups. Students can answer in your classroom journals or with the included different recording sheets.

Perfect for an assessment grade for the week.

Print them on colored paper to save ink, but still add a touch of color to your lesson!

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### Fern's Freebie Friday ~ FREE Equal Groups Task Cards with a Cupcake Theme

These four task cards are available in the Free Preview of the following two products in my store at TPT. They are a terrific way to start your small group math lesson. A quick and easy verbal assessment to see if your student, or your group has mastered this skill and are ready to move on to the next skill.
When I original posted this Freebie Friday, here are the items I created that week to help you and your lesson planing for next week!

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### Fern's Freebie Friday ~ FREE Coins Color By Code

** Spring Fun Rerun 2019! **
Hello friends, and Happy Friday! I have a new Freebie Friday to share with you, that I think turned out so cute! This Color By Code worksheet has students looking for pennies, nickles, dimes and quarters, heads and tails are included.

Need a review of money at the start of your school year? This is perfect! Need some time to collect and count field trip money? This is perfect! Need something high interest for math rotations? AGAIN, yes, say it with me, this is perfect!

The answer key is included too, so you know what the final picture looks like if they ask you questions when they get stuck!  Click here to download it from my TeacherpayTeacher store today!

It is 40% off until Saturday night!

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# Quick and Easy to Prep Counting Puzzles for Easter

Product Description
You will love these easy to prep colorful Easter Counting Puzzles. All puzzles come in black and white copy masters for many multiple exciting uses: seatwork, homework, guided practice, center work, OT practice, small group, RTI, tutoring, morning work, etc. as well.

Six different levels of difficulty:
1. Counting 1 to 10
2. Counting by 2s
3. Counting by 5s
4. Counting by 10s
5. Randomly Counting to 50
6. Randomly Counting to 100

Three different pictures for each skill level to differentiate easily.

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### Tuesday Teacher Tips: Rainy Weather Brings Indoor Recess!

Tuesday Teacher Tips: April Showers Bring Indoor Recess Joy ~ Resources,  Lessons and Freebies To Make it Easier for You!

** SPRING FUN RERUN 2019 **
You know what they say, "April showers bring May flowers!" But waiting for those May flowers also brings I.N.D.O.O.R...R.E.C.E.S.S! Oh my!

Every Tuesday Michelle, from Teach 123, and I will have a new installment of my favorite post, Tuesday Teacher Tips! Click here to see the previous weeks.
Click any of the pictures below to find all sorts of printables and printable directions for indoor recess games!

My Indoor Recess Pinterest Board Has More Ideas For You!

Michelle has some great resources, tips and a freebie about great things to do during indoor recess that she would like to share with you, too.
Be sure to head over to her blog!

PS. Are you still here? OK, I saved my corny joke for last... If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? >>>> Pilgrims!
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Pets! Pets! Pets! Pet Fun! Color For Fun Printable Coloring Pages with 40 Coloring Pages for your classroom or personal children's fun! I just love my Color For Fun Family Pets Resource!
Students can draw in a pet background, or what they would do if they could get any type of pet and decorate the background. Use it for all sorts of jump off points for creative writing lessons!
This Color For Fun is Perfect for Any Family Pet Unit, Pet Social Studies Unit or Pet Literacy Unit! All kids love learning about PETS!

Click here to buy this resource BUNDLED in my FALL BIG DISCOUNTED bundle that comes with a SUBSTANTIAL DISCOUNT!

*Use as morning work to work on fine motor skills.
*Place at a center to work on fine motor skills.
*Story starters.
*Staple one or more pages into your weekly homework packet for a little fun and joy!

*PERFECT for INDOOR RECESS!
*Use as a reward for the weekly homework being turned in.
*Use as a story starter.
*Use on Fun Friday if everyone finished their work.
*Staple one page into your weekly homework packet for a little fun and joy!
*Staple 5 to 10 pages together for a treasure box coloring book.

This resource is a perfect supplement for teachers who use the Journey's Reading Program. Other great classroom reads that it would work well with are:

How Animals Communicate by William Munoz
Animal Groups by James Bruchac
Little Rabbit's Tale by Wong Herbert Yee
Amazing Animals by Gwendolyn Hooks
Teacher's Pets by Dayle Ann Dodds and Marylin Hafner
What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. Seuss
Pet Show! by Ezra Jack Keats
Little Critter: Just One More Pet by Mercer Mayer
I Have a Pet! by Shari Halpern
Curious George and the Puppies by H. A. Rey and Margret Rey
Dogs - 10
Cats - 7
Fish - 2
Horse {or Pony} - 2
Rabbit {or Bunny} - 3
Snake - 2
Pig - 1
Snail - 1
Bird - 4
Swan - 1
Turtle - 2
Spider - 2
Frog - 2
Mouse {or Rat} - 1
40 Pages Total!!
The possibilities are endless!

* Print all the pages and bind together for your students for a literacy center writing book
* Terrific for your Emergency Sub Tub for morning work, let the sub have a few minutes to read your plans while the children color!

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### Looking for Some Addition and Subtraction Fun to Wind Down the School Year?

Often times, the end of the school year is the perfect time for some of my favorite themes. Testing is over, the boys and girls get the vibe that school is over, but it is not, lessons must still go on, lesson plans must still be written, the easiest way to end the school year with few discipline problems is to continue to keep your students highly engaged. Pets, Oceans, Animals, Summer, all terrific monthly or weekly themes to end your year. I have some terrific Color By Numbers, Color By Codes and Coloring Pages to keep your boys and girls busy and engaged at your centers while you continue with your small group lessons.
Your students will adore these TEN Ocean Animal Themed Color By Number worksheets while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time! You will love the no prep, print and go ease of these printables. As always, answer keys are included. Color By Numbers Addition and Subtraction Ocean Fun - Color By Code Printables for some Addition and Subtraction Ocean Themed Math Fun in your classroom!

Page One - Subtract 1 & 2
Page Two - Subtract 3 & 4
Page Three - Subtract 5 & 6
Page Four - Subtract 7 & 8
Page Five - Subtract 9 & 10
Page Six - Add 1 & 2
Page Seven - Add 3 & 4
Page Eight - Add 5 & 6
Page Nine - Add 7 & 8
Page Ten - Add 9 & 10
This math resource includes:
TEN No Prep Printables that can be used for your math center, small group, RTI pull out, seat work, substitute days or homework, answer keys included too!
This bundle contains the following two resources:

If you don't need the entire bundle, you can also purchase just addition or just subtraction resources.
Each page focuses on a different addition skill.

Page One - Add 1 & 2
Page Two - Add 3 & 4
Page Three - Add 5 & 6
Page Four - Add 7 & 8
Page Five - Add 9 & 10
This math resource includes:

FIVE No Prep Printables that can be used for your math center, small group, RTI pull out, seat work, substitute days or homework, answer keys included too!
Each page focuses on a different subtraction skill.

Page One - Subtract 1 & 2
Page Two - Subtract 3 & 4
Page Three - Subtract 5 & 6
Page Four - Subtract 7 & 8
Page Five - Subtract 9 & 10
This math resource includes:

FIVE No Prep Printables that can be used for your math center, small group, RTI pull out, seat work, substitute days or homework, answer keys included too!

While the above resource is available with each page focusing on only two numbers, I also have it available as Mixed Addition and Mixed Subtraction pages.

If you teach a younger group or have a lower lever in your classroom, I also have a similar Family Pets Coloring Pages with no math problems, just adorable coloring pages.

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