# Math Education

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Here is an easy and inexpensive little tool you can make for teaching about place value. Grab yourself some pill boxes from the dollar store,…

This blog post shares some ideas and a printable chart for teaching students how to justify answers in math.

Getting started with math workshop in the elementary classroom

Math Manipulatives offer students a real, hands-on way to explore a mathematical concept, build their own meaning, and help develop number sense!

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Tons of number sense activities and lessons for the kindergarten and first grade classroom. These games provide meaningful practice to develop number sense.

Looking for a fun way to build number sense? This free game gets children solving a number puzzle from a 100's chart to win the game.

Teeny tiny little post tonight, but I wanted to share these great intermediate anchor charts with you. Love, LOVE elapsed time on a number line. And making a chart is another great strategy. Enjoy! Note: Talk about the power of Pinterest! I took these in a teacher’s classroom this week, but I need to give […]

This kid friendly 1st grade I can statement common core reference sheet is a 5 page resource that is a fun and very visual way for teachers, students and parents to see first grade standards. Includes all common core standards in a condensed and student (and parent) friendly format. There are 2 pag...

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!

Make practicing multiplication fun with these FREE Multiplication Mini Book. These clever books are better than math worksheets!

Learning, Play, STEM Activities, and Things to Do!

Well we are finally settled into our second grade little classroom! The days are productive and enjoyable, small groups for reading and math are in full sail, and I... well, I finally have some time

You made it…it’s the weekend! Whoop! Whoop! I wanted to take a moment to share with you a few activities we’ve been doing in math. I will also share a few fun and interactive games to play as well! Below is snap shot of my days in school counting tape. I mentioned before we are …