Haley Gayoski. Due Date 11-18-18. This is a cute idea to do as a bell ringer or an exit slip to assess students' knowledge of addition. Each student will create a different equation and will not be able to copy off of another student so it serves as a fair assessment. A classroom management tip would be to reuse these to practice both addition and subtraction.
Counting Coins Money Games - Fantastic Fun & Learning
Use these free printable Counting Coins Money Games in first grade or second grade to help kids learn to count money. There are two differentiated game options for kids learning to count different sets of coins.
How to Teach Arrays
Arrays and repeated addition with cereal makes such a fun small groups lesson or math center in 2nd grade or 3rd grade to introduce students to multiplication… they make rectangular arrays with cereal then either write a multiplication equation or repeated addition equation to represent their picture
Money — Mommy is My Teacher
Wow, look at all these free math printables for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. These money worksheets are great!
2nd Grade Magic of Math FREEBIE: Graphing with Rock, Paper, Scissors
This graphing freebie will have your little learners excited to gather and analyze data! Students play the game of Rock, Paper, Scissors with a partner, gather their data, and create a graph (bar graph, pictograph, or line plot). Afterwards students answer questions about their data. This pairs p...
5 Must Try Classroom Tools for Building Number Sense
Math Running Record - these are the steps for this assessment which gives you a look at what math strategies your students are using
Guided Reading in 1st Grade
Hello, friends! I'll be doing a series of several posts this week all about Guided Reading! Today's post is all about how Guided Reading ...
Managing Guided Math (Math Workshop)
If you've ever done any kind of guided reading/math, or tried out any of the workshop models, or done any work with centers then you al...