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Check out these PowerPoint presentations that you can use in your classroom! Just make sure yo​u keep the author's name on the presentations. These power points have been downloaded from various sites on the Internet and are free to be used in your classrooms. They have been created by other teachers who have freely given permission for other tea​chers to download the presentations and use them for educational purposes only. Save them on your computer and adjust the templates as needed. 
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Math pre-made powerpoint templates.
Name of powerpoint
Description of powerpoint
 2 digit division
Teaches how to divide 2 digits into 3 digits with remainder. Uses mnemonic device of family to teach 5 steps of division.
 3 D shapes: Cones, Cylinders, Spheres, etc
Adding facts
Adding facts 1: Adding facts with zero
Adding facts 2: Adding facts with tens
Adding facts 3: Adding facts with doubles
Addition flash cards. These are addition flash cards in powerpoint format. Click on the addition set you want your students to review.
Addition: Introduction to the concept.
This is a nice powerpoint that introduces the concept of addition.
 Addition and subtraction word problems
This is a nice powerpoint that introduces the concept of addition and subtraction word problems. Breaks down the key words.
All about Coins
Interactive powerpoint that identifies coins, dimes and nickels, their value and materials.
This is an excellent powerpoint for reviews angles, rays, line segments and points.
Interactive powerpoint that teaches how to find the area of a rectangle, triangle and parallelogram.
 Area and perimeter
This interactive powerpoint shows students how to find the area and perimeter of different shapes. The powerpoint also provides real life examples and word problems.
Congruent figures
Nice powerpoint that explains congruence.
Converting Measurement
This is an informative powerpoint that explains how to convert measurement units. This presentation is good an introductory or review lesson.
Counting: Skip counting. The first presentation is about skip counting by 2s. The second powerpoint listed is about skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's.
 Counting fives
Interactive powerpoint that teaches how to count by fives using nickels.
 Counting by pennies
Interactive powerpoint that teachers how to count by ones using pennies.
 Counting with quarters
Interactive powerpoint that teaches how to count by quarters.
This is a nice introductory powerpoint. Introduces what a decimal is and has nice visuals for decimal place value up to the hundredths place.
Directional words 
Excellent powerpoint that uses words like in, over, beside. Great for Kindergarten. Interactive.
Divisibility Rules
This is a great powerpoint to help reinforce a student's knowledge of the rules of divisibility.
Dividing Fractions 
Nice interactive activity that explains how to divide fractions.
Division facts: Flash cards in powerpoint format
Divison trouble 
Division pack 
Nice set of division powerpoint
This presentation discusses the rules for estimating whole numbers. Great visual for an introduction or review lesson.
 Fact families
Excellent powerpoint presentation that review fact families for adding and subtraction.
Finding Fractional parts of a whole
Very cute presentation that shows an example for how to find fractional parts of a whole.
Finding percent of a number
Teaches how to find the percent of a number. Great for use in the classroom with a projector.
Fractions 1
Teaches what numbers in a fraction represent. Defines numerator and denominator. Gives many visual presentations of fractions using circles, objects and rectangles.
Fractions 2
Teaches about halves, quarters, thirds, fourth and how this is related to pie parts.
 Fractions 3
Teaches greater than and less than and how to compare fractions when the numerator is 1. Visual models of each problem are presented.
 Fractions 4
Teaches equivalent fractions and how to find them. Many visual examples given.
 Fractions 5
Defines and illustrates a mixed number. llustrates the relationship between a mixed number and improper fraction. Teaches how to change an improper fraction to a mixed number and a mixed number to an improper fraction.
 Fractions 6
Teachers factor, common factor, simplest form, greatest common factor and how to simplify or reduce fractions.
 Fractions 7
Teaches how to add fractions with like denominators. Some answers are simplified.
Fractions 8 
Teaches how to subtract fractions with like denominators. Some answers are simplified.
 Fractions 9
 Fractions 10
Teaches how to add fractions with unlike denominators.
 Fractions 11
Teaches how to add mixed numbers with unlike denominators and how to convert improper fractions in the answer to mixed numbers and add this to your final answer.
 Fractions 12
Teaches how to subtract unlike denominators.
 Fractions 13
Teaches how to multiply whole numbers by fractions.
Fractions 14 Multiplying fractions.
 Fractions 15
Teaches how to multiply fraction and mixed numbers.
Fraction visualization
The following presentations show many different visual pictures of fractions. You can ask how many parts are green? How many are blue? What does this fraction look like?
Geometry 1: Lines, planes, line segments, rays and points. Nice introduction powerpoint and great visuals.
Geometry 2: Angles. Nice powerpoint for reviewing or being introduced to angles.
Geometry 3: Congruence. Nice powerpoint for reviewing or being introduced to the concept of congruence.
Geometry Review: Nice powerpoint for review.
Teaches graphing information from the first question to the survey, tally, bar graph, pie graph, line graph, and pictograph.  
How to read a bar graph
This presentation teaches students how to read a bar graph. This is terrific as an introductory lesson plan piece.
Teaches how big are a centimeter, millimeter, meter, kilometer, liter, gram, kilogram, inch, foot, yard, and mile.
This presentation explains measuring items in mass. Interactive math journal activity included.
This presentation explains how to measure the capacity of items. Interactive math journal activity included.
This presentation explains how to take the perimeter of a figure. Interactive math journal activity included.
 Money sense
This is an interactive powerpoint. Students are presented with word problems and must find a combination of coins that equals a given value.
Teaches multiplication facts by pointing out all the patterns that will help students to remember. Goes with Multiplication 2.
Nice presentation to help students remember their multiplication facts.
 Multiplying fractions
An interactive presentation that explains how to multiply fractions. Contains examples you can use in class.
Ordinal numbers
The following presentations are great for introducing and reinforcing the concept of ordinal places.
Nice introductory presentations on patterns. The second powerpoint discusses the different types of patterns.(aba,abba, etc) Great for Kindergarten.
This presentation shows how to get the perimeter of several shapes.
 Place value
This presentation reviews place value up to the tens place.
This presentation reviews place value up until the hundred thousands.
This presentation reviews place value up until the millions.
 Problem solving
These presentations break down the problem solving method and teaches the student ways to understand word problems.
 Reading bar graph
This presentation shows students how to read a bar graph. This is an excellent presentation that can be used as a review or additional activity. 
Reading clocks 
This is a very long presentation that should be broken up into sessions. This is an animated presentation that shows students what time looks like by the minutes using an analog clock.
Reading line graphs 
This presentation shows students how to read a line graph. Great introductory lesson piece.
Teaches how to round off whole numbers, dollars, and decimals. Rounding off poem is included for memorization.
Stem and leaf plots
Nice presentation on stem and leaf plots
Cute presentation that explains the concept of subtraction. Great as an introductory lesson to subtraction.
This presentation teaches some shortcuts you can use when subtracting 2-3 digit numbers.
Telling time(Analog)
The following presentations are all about telling time. Great visuals for reviewing and assessment.
This presentation teaches students how to read degrees using a thermometer
Word problems multiplication and division.
Strategies for solving multiplication and division word problems are illustrated in this powerpoint.