Math Freebies

Whoa!  It's been two weeks since my last post.  That's because school has been CRAZY and things at home have been too (my baby has been sick).  =(  Hopefully, things are going to settle down soon. 

Anyway, here are two quick math freebies.  The first are some 10 and 100 More/Less cards.  I use these to do Kagan's Cooperative Learning structures Quiz-Quiz-Trade or Fan-N-Pick.   (If you don't know about Kagan, you. must. learn. now!  These strategies are all content free and ensure that all learners are engaged. 
Also, we're getting ready to start rounding.  I know there are lots of cute poems, raps, and other ideas out there but my mother-in-law shared "The Boss Man" with me many years ago and I've always had success with it.  I thought I'd share it with you too!

Have a great week!


  1. So cute! I just emailed you about Kagan questions.

    Yearn to Learn Blog

  2. Thanks for sharing!! I'll be saving these great math items for next year :)

  3. Thanks Denise! I just emailed you back!

  4. I'm glad you can use them, MJ!

  5. I love the Boss-Man poster! I have always called it that but never came across anyone else who has. My kids this year have taken it on quickly and have added to the boss-with his close friends to the right acting like copycats when he zeros out.

  6. Love these. Thanks for sharing! I'm your newest follower. Hope you can come by for a visit.

    Happy Weekend!

  7. Come by my blog! I have an AWARD for you!!!

    Happy Sunday!

  8. 10 more / 10 less is a really good activity for kids. Thank you for sharing! Also, cute blog!

  9. You are too kind, Rebecca! Thanks Meghan! I hope you can use the activity!

  10. Thanks for sharing! I'll definitely be able to use those. Love the Boss-Man poster!

    Also glad I found your blog...I'm your newest follower :)

    Ms. Preppy's Adventures in Primary and Polka Dots

  11. If I may ask, how do you use the 10 and 100 More/Less cards. I went to that website but couldn't find anything.

  12. I was wondering if you would share how you use the 10 and 100 More/Less cards. I went to the website but didn't find any information.


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