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Retelling stories is a common practice in early childhood education. It gives children the opportunity to work on comprehension, verbal language, and many other early literacy skills. When you take...
Susan Jones Teaching: Math Games for the Whole Year!
These first grade printable math games are perfect for math centers! There are 48 different games that are all black and white and only need cubes, dice, and some crayons to play! Addition, subtraction, number sense and more skills are covered! Head over to see more!
Addition and Subtraction with a Number Line | Creative Kindergarten
I made a new activity pack to work on addition and subtraction with our kindergarten students. Number Lines are very useful tools for teaching these math skills and I made this new activity pack to focus on using them. Hop Along the Number Line includes 2 number lines that can be used with the 12… Continue reading Addition and Subtraction with a Number Line
Subtraction with Regrouping Strategies
Teaching students the WHY before the PROCEDURE when learning a new math concept is essential. I am a firm believer that teachers owe it to their students to teach them multiple ways to solve math problems. We all learn
What are Anchor Charts? Anchor charts are charts that create a public trail of learning and thinking. They provide visual support for students who may have problems remembering difficult concepts or steps and they can be used by teachers to 'anchor' student learning. Below are a few anchor charts that can be used in the teaching of difficult concepts.
Keeping Math Skills Sharp All Year with File Folder Tasks (Math Labels Freebie) - Teaching Special Thinkers
Keep math skills sharp all year with file folder tasks. Perfect for math centers in special education, kindergarten and first grade classrooms.
The Third Wheel
Word problems, especially multi-step problem solving, is tricky for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. This activity focuses on a single story problem each day to help students build strategies and prepare for standardized tests. Fun facts have been added to engage students and give teachers a starting point to get students thinking about these real life math situations. Two-step word problems and extra information don't have to be a barrier to success with regular practice.