Math & Literacy
Ways to use children's literature in the elementary math class.
Well, it is that time of year again when teachers start to look forward to all of the wonderful testing that they get do in their classroom. Right? Well, unfortunately, testing and doing assessments is just part of teacher life nowadays. However, I am not a big fan of most of the testing that we have available to us.
Teach about Texas through Reading and Math with these special bundles. Get ready to kick off Texas History Month, Texas Our Texas Unit, Rodeo Days, and more in your classroom! Texas symbols, cowboys, the Texas flag will help your students build their Texas-sized knowledge through literacy. Interactive Math Centers use Texas Symbols to teach counting forward and counting backward through number puzzles with recording sheets in English and Spanish. Check out this blog!
Are you looking for engaging St. Patrick’s Day themed centers for your March first grade station rotations? These fun math and literacy activities are Common Core and TEKS aligned to give your students easy prep practice on key reading and math skills. Use these 10 literacy and 10 math stations in your 1st grade center rotation or small group instruction for review. Click the image to grab these fun activities for your classroom.
Save 50% when purchasing these summer themed centers in the bundle! Students will love practicing their math and literacy skills during the month of June! Games have shell, sun, and beach themes! This bundle of centers will make it easy for you to plan and prep a set of math and literacy centers to use during June.
Free resource list for 101 guided math read aloud books. This list is great for books with a math focus, math books, and math center books. Ideal for kinder, first grade, and second grade. To learn more about "101 Guided Math Read Aloud Books", visit www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com