Do you use crafts in your math class? It’s a great way to review a skill and allow kids to be creative. Also, the final product creates an awesome display to decorate your classroom.
I have a variety of crafts that are seasonal and at the same time contain rigorous questions that will cement your students’ learning.
Many of the comments I have received from teachers who have used these products are:
“I loved using this resource! I love the different levels, every students loved making their pumpkins and I received lots of compliments from other teachers!”
“This is great! So easy to differentiate! I am using these to display at our open house! Great way to assess place value and rounding!“
“Great activity! These will look great this fall in our 5th grade classroom. Using this as a review for Place Value unit. Thanks for the differentiation piece as well.”
“A great and fun way for students to practice equivalent and comparing fractions. Students can decorate the hearts to suit their taste. Great resource. Thanks for sharing!”
Here are my most popular crafts to try.