Which Operation Should I Use to Solve a Word Problem? -- Interactive Anchor Chart
Wanted: Anchor Chart for choosing the correct operation for problem-solving As my students and I discuss problem-solving, I have been looking for the “exact right” anchor chart as a visible reference for choosing the correct operation. I’ve seen anchor charts that address addition vs. subtraction or multiplication vs division but not one that includes all four operations. Then… I was viewing a video on YouTube called, “Introduction to The Bar Model (Strip Diagram) - Math Problem Solving…
How to Fail at Teaching Math Word Problems
Keywords don't focus on context. This post gives four reasons why using keywords for math word problems fails students. Free poster included.
multiplication and division situations second grade
Hands-on, engaging math multiplication and division lessons, ideas, activities, workstations, stations, and centers. Ways to teach beginning multiplication and division situations to second grade and third grade! To learn more about "multiplication and division situations second grade", visit www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com
Spring Math Coloring Sheets
Spring Math Coloring Sheets - Spring Math Coloring Sheets , Coloring Pages Color by Number Spring Math Worksheet
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Kaboom! Possibly The Best Center Game Ever! - Teaching with Jillian Starr
Do you use Kaboom! in your classroom? It has been my go-to center for the past few years, whether I’m teaching Firsties, or now third graders. If Kaboom! is new to you, or it is something you haven’t yet tried in your classroom, here are some great reasons to give it a try: 1. It […]
Solving Multi-Step Word Problems Like a Boss
This simple technique makes solving multi step word problems a breeze! I love that the process includes a model, collaboration, and independent practice piece. There's a free printable at the end, too!
Wooden Blocks For Kids - Made in USA
Home of Back To Blocks.Shop for wooden blocks for kids.Many styles, wooden block sets, maple blocks, individual building blocks, add on sets.All made in USA.
Ten Frames and Dot Cards
Ten frames and dot cards can be used to develop students’ subitizing skills, the ability to “instantly see how many”. This skill plays a fundamental role in the development of students’ understanding of number.
Feed the Hungry Shape Monsters Sorting Game - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun activity for preschoolers and school aged kids with this feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game! So simple to make and great for teaching little ones to recognise, name and sort 2D shapes in a silly, hilarious way! We made this funny feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game using pieces of...Read More »
How to Set Up the Blocks Center in an Early Childhood Classroom
How to set up the blocks center in your early childhood classroom (with ideas, tips, and book list) plus block center freebies