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## Teacher, I’m Done What Can I Do?

## Math Secret Solvers

## Guided Math Resource Compilation

## Math Intervention Solution

## Guided Math: Frequently Asked Questions

## Teaching Students to Use Math Strategies

## Setting Up Guided Math Kindergarten-5th Grade

## The Workshop Classroom

## Math Lessons for Every Day

## Geometry: Shapes, Solids, and Fractions

## January Math Centers, Journals, and Printables

## December Math Games, Journals, and Printables

## Guided Math

## Fall Centers and Printables

## Guided Math and Place Value

## Math Journals: Getting Started

## Guided Math Whole Group to Small Group

## Guided Math Galore

## Math Tools for Reference!

## Guided Math-Reflecting on the Journey

## Teaching Time Freebies!

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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…

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…

This post is a one-stop compilation of resources for teaching Guided Math in the elementary grades K-5. For ease of finding just what you need for your grade level, use…

This math intervention solution is a year-long Response to Intervention progress monitoring system for grade levels Pre-K to Second Grade. This tool provides a solution for students needing both support…

This post will answer the most frequently asked questions about Guided Math! Each heading below will share the question in order for you to quickly find the answers you are…

Teaching students to use math strategies ensures that they have a plan for problem-solving, but there are many other reasons and rewards. Students gain confidence when they realize they have…

Setting up Guided Math in K-5 Implementing the guided math structure in a math block can feel overwhelming at first. Where do I start? What must be in place for…

Keeping students engaged in learning should be at the top of my list of to dos as a teacher. The reason behind it is simple. If I am working hard…

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…

This is a closer look into unit 5 Geometry and Fractions. I love teaching these concepts because students that do not excel at crunching numbers, realize that there’s so much…

This post is all about the centers, journals, and printables that make math the BEST time of day in January! Having a well-rounded assortment of math activities gives you the…

Transforming my house for the holidays brings out a magical excitement that the entire family enjoys each year. Just like we decorate our home, we also want to excite our…

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…

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…

My journey with guided math has been an 8 year process. Let me be the first to say this does not make me an expert, but rather a willing participant…

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…

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