## Multiplication and Division Situations

This is a breakdown of unit 9, multiplication and division, in the second grade guided math series! Whether you teach second grade or not, I think this post will help…

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# Math

## Multiplication and Division Situations

## Literacy and Math Picnic in the Classroom

## April Math

## Resources to Teach Guided Math

## Guided Math- Number Sense to 1200 (and beyond)

## Math Lessons for Every Day

## Math Journals For First Grade

## Teaching Coins, Data, and Graphing!

## Guided Math

## Fall Centers and Printables

## Create Your Best Math Workshop

## Guided Math and Place Value

## Math Journals: Getting Started

## Guided Math Whole Group to Small Group

## Guided Math Galore

## Math Tools for Reference!

## A Day in the Life…

## Teaching Time Freebies!

## Little Classroom Moments

## Primary Geometry: Making the Grade with Shapes

## About Math Journals

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This is a breakdown of unit 9, multiplication and division, in the second grade guided math series! Whether you teach second grade or not, I think this post will help…

When spring fever hits, I like to bring out what I secretly call “Disneyland Centers” I amp up the fun and keep my students engaged and excited about learning! Students won’t…

It’s time for April math centers, journals and printables! It’s standards based but full of novelty to make those spring fever days more engaging! A whole new batch of printables,…

This post is going to be heavy in product just because I want to answer and clarify how my guided math resources work together for guided math! And while we…

A HUGE part of primary grades math is number sense and number relationships. Seems easy enough. I mean we’ve been doing this since day one right? I decided to really…

After 18 years in the classroom, I can honestly say that I enjoy teaching every subject, but some lessons tend to be more exciting than others. Math is always a…

At the beginning of the school year I shared a post on how to get students started on math journals. I am hoping you have tried getting your feet wet…

When it comes to teaching coins, data, and graphing, I find that student interest is HIGH! Students get excited about touching money, counting money, and of course spending money too!…

This year, I have taken my years of math lesson plans and created a day by day guide for whole group and small group instruction! It’s been therapeutic for me…

There’s safety in centers. I never felt like I had enough! I love to use them to teach because the student interest is automatic. This particular set pictured below…

Hello! I am preparing for some upcoming conferences beginning next month. As I am preparing, I have been doing some reflecting on all things math. I can’t help but notice…

I finished unit 4 in the guided math series! It’s all about Place Value! Here’s a video with more info on the unit! You can make it large and if…

Starting a new routine in your day can be daunting! Here are some tips for getting young learners started with math journals! Make an example journal. Do not skip this step!…

At the very top of my to do list this summer was a big stack of past year’s math lesson plans. I was determined to transform them from the required…

One of my favorite times of the day is math. I adore the concrete to abstract discovery that I see in my students year after year. The manipulatives oh the…

Here is a fun way to motivate students in a math journal or math workbook! As you teach a new concept or unit of study, introduce the reference tools…

Welcome to A Day in the Life Linky Party! I can’t wait to get to know you better by learning all about your day! Please link up at the end…

This week we have been discovering the clock in our room. Our standards say to represent and tell time. What better way to represent time than to make our own…

Here’s an oldie that proves to be so effective {and telling} in small group math! Bears in a cave has been around since my first year of teaching and I…

If you say the word Geometry it can muster up some bad nightmares for a LOT of people. What can we do in the primary grades to set students up…

Just a quick post to share some helpful hints on how we are using our math journal in first grade this year! Last year we embarked on math journaling. At…

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