Have your students list as many things as they can that come in groups of 2, 3, 4 and so on through 12. For example: 2 eyes, 6 insect legs, 12 eggs, etc.

- Prepositional Phrases
- Price Estimation
- Using A Compass
- Coin Sorting
- Factoring with Manipulatives
- Turkey - The Official Bird?
- Leaf Rubbings
- Number of Turkeys
- Advertising Effectiveness
- Math Puzzler
- Time on T.V.
- Human Bones
- Shuttle Scramble
- A Different Perspective
- Boggle
- Number Pyramid
- Where is Sydney?
- Sugar Cube Shapes
- "Eggcelent"
- Pumpkin Seed Estimation
- Thanksgiving Dinner
- South America
- Social Security Numbers
- Fractions of an Apple
- The Mood of Artwork
- Spaghetti Sculpture
- Who’s Winning?
- How Many Shakes?
- F is for Fall
- I’ve Learned That...
- Word Problem Practice
- What Do the Books Have in Common?
- Card Tower
- Count the F’s
- Learning from Trash
- Population Make-up
- Say More With Less
- Know Your States
- Place Value with Calculators
- Halloween Probability
- What’s Different?
- Love Quote Response
- Candy Sorting
- Three Consecutive Numbers
- National Anthem
- Admirable Athlete
- Spelling Patterns
- The Mariana Trench
- Roman Numerals
- Celebrate El Cinco

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