## Teacher, I’m Done What Can I Do?

Teachers know students work at different rates, leaving the need for additional activities for those who finish before the allotted work time is complete. Offering engaging and differentiated choices keeps…

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# Math

## Teacher, I’m Done What Can I Do?

## Math Tools Resource Kits Organization

## Math Secret Solvers

## Math Strategies Books

## Adding Numbers to 5, 10, and 20

## 60 Dice Games

## Math Fact Fluency Practice

## Daily Math Meeting

## Teach This for Specific Math Skills

## Tub Time Task Cards

## Math Journal or Numbers Notebook?

## Building Number Sense

## Calendar Math Reference Wall

## Math Maps Fluency Builders

## Print and Practice Math and Literacy

## 10 Math Review Resources

## Math the Room

## The Importance of Understanding Odd and Even in K-5

## Math Puzzles

## 5 Fun Classroom Games to Review Skills

## Free Printable Math Practice Pages

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Teachers know students work at different rates, leaving the need for additional activities for those who finish before the allotted work time is complete. Offering engaging and differentiated choices keeps…

I shared a resource on social media and received a lot of interest on my organization of math manipulatives. Thus, in this post, you’ll find links for our Math Tools…

Math Secret Solvers turns your mathematicians into detectives. Add sixteen addition and subtraction stations to your math block with picture decoders, task cards, and recording sheets. Put the answer keys…

One of the ways to positively impact math instruction is through teaching math strategies by name and process, providing a visual of each method, and allowing students to anchor their…

We have new resources for adding numbers to 5, 10, and 20. Addition is a pre-requisite skill for all other math strands. The more opportunities we can provide students to…

In eighteen years of teaching, I could always depend on dice to bring interest and engagement to my classroom. With the nudge of a teacher bestie, we finally organized and…

Math fact fluency is the quick and effortless recall of basic math facts. When students achieve automaticity with these facts, they have attained a level of mastery that enables them to retrieve them…

A staple in the primary grades during the morning routine is updating the class calendar. The calendar is just the beginning of our math interactions. This post will focus on…

The Teach This resource for first grade can be used many ways to teach specific skills. Sometimes we just want to grab a handful of activities to reinforce a specific…

What is your go-to when students trickle into the classroom or finish tasks early? How about when it is yet another indoor recess day? The end of the week when…

When doing workstations for math, interactive notebooks have been a staple for six years. In this post, we will answer the question, Should I use Math Journals or Numbers Notebook?…

A strong foundation in number sense is an important math milestone. When students count sets, order numbers, group objects, and compare values, they pave their way to computation. In this…

A staple in the primary grades during the morning routine is updating the class calendar. The calendar is just the beginning of our math interactions. Let’s take a look at…

Creating fluent mathematicians takes time and repetition. Recently, we released a new resource called Math Maps Fluency Builders. Math Maps allows students to have fun while building fluency! Our math…

Print and Practice Math and Literacy requires NO PREP! In fact, all Print and Practice units align to Common Core and Texas TEKS. Likewise, these units are also differentiated for…

The last quarter of the school year is when teachers students can begin to lose motivation or engagement. At the same time, this part of the school year is when…

A long-standing fan-favorite workstation of the primary grades during literacy has always been write the room. The students love the ability to work while moving around the room on the…

It all started with a comment Recently we received a comment about how odd and even was taught in our digital guided math resource series. In this comment, the happy…

Because our family loves to bond over puzzles, I decided to create math puzzles as a way to review skills and concepts in the classroom. As suspected, it has been…

5 Fun Classroom Games to Review Skills I have always been a fan of using games in the classroom. The games I am sharing in this post are all meant…

Are you looking for resources to help review and refine your math skills? This math freebie is differentiated for Kinder, first, and second grade. These no prep, print and go…

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