Division Strategies Posters, Slideshow & Reference Booklet - DIGITAL & Print
DivisionHelp students learn the steps in division strategies with this set that teaches 10 different methods of dividing using color coding to help students see the steps. You'll get division strategy posters, slideshows, and a folded half page size strategy reference booklet PLUS everything in DIGI...
Strategies for Addition (Freebie!)
We are up to our elbows in addition AND subtraction. According to the new Common Core Standards the traditional algorithm is a fourth grade standard (CCSS.Math.Content.4.NBT.B.4 Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.). We wanted to make sure we offered students SEVERAL strategies for addition and subtraction so that the algorithm actually makes SENSE rather than becomes a
Rounding Graphic Organizers
Rounding Graphic Organizers This is a set of eight different graphic organizer work mats for students to use to frame their thinking while rounding numbers to the nearest 10s, 100s, 1,000s, 10,000s, or 100,000s! I developed these mats to use with special education students but all learners could...
Mastering multiplication facts is such an important skill for 3rd grade students. As a former 4th grade teacher, I fully understand how crippling it can
Morning Message Inspirational Quote of the Day
Are you looking to spice up your morning routine? Using a quote of the day is the perfect addition to any classroom wanting to include an inspirational morning message. I utilize this resource with my responsive classroom morning meeting as part of my morning message, but it can be used in a variety...
Skip Counting / Multiples Posters #'s 2-12
These skip counting posters are perfect for every math classroom! Great visual for students to begin learning their multiplication facts and even division facts, too. 11 posters are included: #'s 2-12. Print on white or colored card stock and you're good to go! You may also enjoy: Fraction Posters...
Multiples Posters for Multiplication Facts 1 - 12
Hang these posters for your students to use as a quick reference during math. They are the perfect tool for students to work on their fluency of their multiplication facts, least common multiples or skip counting. Included is an extra 5 for skip counting to 100.Also included is a fill in the blank...
Common Core: Rounding to Nearest Ten & Hundred
The product contains three practice pages for students to work on rounding to the nearest ten and hundred. Two pages include number lines for students to use when rounding. The final page requires students to round a number to both the nearest ten and hundred. These pages are perfect for independent...
Setting Up Guided Math in the Elementary Classroom
Learn my flexible Guided Math Set Up and how to manage your small groups so your students are responsible for their own learning!
Help Students Understand Addition With Regrouping Using Sticky Notes - The Classroom Key
An easy strategy for teaching addition with regrouping using sticky notes.
3 Secrets for Teaching Place Value – Teacher Trap
Stop teaching surface level place value skills and GO DEEP. Learn 3 simple tips for helping students understand place value concepts and making them stick!
Videos That Teach Place Value - Lucky Little Learners
Math videos can be a great introduction to the lesson for the day. They can also be used to introduce the activity that is being done during math centers or guided math time. I have put together a collection of my favorite math videos that I use to help teach place value. Place Value Song …
Place Value Activities! - Susan Jones
As I have been adding lessons to my Math Workshop Curriculum, I wanted to share some of my favorite Place Value Activities for first grade! In first grade, I like to teach everything HANDS ON. I want my students to build the numbers, feel the numbers, see the numbers. I find that a tricky concept […]
Alternatives to Teaching Whole Group Math (That Are Not Math Centers)
Sometimes math centers may not work for your students. This post will share two alternatives to teaching whole group math that are not math centers.