Solve one-step problems that involve addition and subtraction, using concrete objects and pictorial representations, and missing number problems such as 7 = ?

Love this concrete way to teach improper fractions and mixed numbers! This teacher used math manipulative to help the students use prior knowledge of the fraction blocks to help them when solving improper fractions.

Anchor charts are a staple in any elementary school classroom. Here are some truly inspired ones:Group work expectations anchor chart Ways to compare fractions anchor chart Quadrilaterals anchor ch…

I make no apologies for making this an iPad focused post. So many of the schools that I work with have iPads both for students and for educators. The majority of the 30 Apps I’ve chosen are