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Tanya's “5 Steps to Building Meaningful Math Fluency” outlines how she defines, teaches, and assesses math fluency. Each step provides details and examples of how you can start implementing meaningful math fluency in your classroom.

Description Build problem solvers and remove the stress and anxiety associated with the memorization of math facts. The Math Fluency Alternative Curriculum is designed to teach and assess intermediate students number sense for 20 weeks. Leave your timed tests in the past, because this curriculum focuses on conceptual understanding of number sense rather than speed and memorization of facts. Take your students to the next level with this alternative fluency curriculum! What's included in this…

Math Matters: 2 Problem Solving Strategies - Teaching with Nancy | Teaching with Nancy

Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Most students sigh at the sight of a story problem. Why? Because they require both reading and math and often involve multiple computations. This is constantly an area data shows students need to grow in. Here are a couple of tips and a resource you can use to support your students in mastering story problems. 1. Identify Key Words Story problems need to be turned into equations in order to be solved. The only way to do that is to identify the important information. It is…

Learn how to teach word problems during your math instruction that is meaningful for students. Teach your students strategies for effectively solving word problems that will prepare them for state testing. #math #mathteacher #mathinstruction

Learn how to teach word problems during your math instruction that is meaningful for students. Teach your students strategies for effectively solving word problems that will prepare them for state testing. #math #mathteacher #mathinstruction

Teach addition strategies to first grade students with addition strategy booklets.

Number fact fluency is important to develop in first and second grade. Without automatic recall it's hard to move on to more complex skills. It's also crucial in developing a child’s confidence in using mathematics. Without a doubt, kids need to know their addition strategies! It's important to teach children addition strategies if we want confident young mathematicians. When a child can perform mathematical computations quickly and accurately they see themselves as being 'good at math'…

Let me help you to teach elapsed time with these four different strategies. Check out these tips and ideas to include in a lesson while grabbing a FREEBIE!

Let me help you to teach elapsed time with these four different strategies. Check out these tips and ideas to include in a lesson while grabbing a FREEBIE!

Prime, Composite, Neither?

Knowing prime numbers makes working with fractions easier. What better way to help students learn prime numbers than to play a game? I created this game to help my fifth graders review. First, we reviewed with foldables in their journal. Then, the students tried the game with the notes. Eventually, they go to the point […]

Multiplication Strategy Poster Freebie:  This poster has been a game changer to help my students remember their multiplication facts.  It clearly gives strategies and examples, using clear, bright fonts for easy referencing.  Help your students master their multiplication math facts by grabbing this free poster and learning about 10 other multiplication center favorites by clicking HERE!

Multiplication Strategy Poster Freebie: This poster has been a game changer to help my students remember their multiplication facts. It clearly gives strategies and examples, using clear, bright fonts for easy referencing. Help your students master their multiplication math facts by grabbing this free poster and learning about 10 other multiplication center favorites by clicking HERE!

PEMDAS Poster - Order of Operations Poster - Math Classroom Decor

Description Use this resource to create a large and vivid poster, bulletin board display, or anchor chart for your middle school math classroom! This poster comes with multiple sizes and variations. Check out the preview to see all the different versions! Order of Operations is a VITAL concept for upper elementary and middle school math students to master. You can help remind them daily about the order of operations with this large, beautiful, DIY classroom poster! There are multiple size…