You're What? Telling Your Students And Their Families That You Are Expecting - Teaching with Jillian Starr
“Does your baby poop inside you? Do you have to poop out their poop?” Conversations you never thought you’d have!I guess it had never really occurred to me that I would be the one breaking the news to my students and families about my pregnancy. For some reason I assumed that administration would handle it, …
10 Clever Tricks To Help Your Kids Learn Math Easily
Math can be a hard and a boring subject for most kids. But you can make it easier for them using some clever tricks that would help them master different aspect of basic mathematics easily, and they can even have fun doing it. Take a look at these easy tricks that would help your kid be so much better at math.
MATH ANCHOR CHARTS - 4th Gr- Digital - GOOGLE USE & PDF - Distance Learning
There are 50 black and white anchor charts included. These anchor charts are black and white because I created them to be used by students. My goal was to make a reference resource for students to take home with them when a new standard has been introduced, when a standard already taught needs to be practiced or reviewed, when a student is absent, or to give parents a resource for helping their children at home.
Missing Number on Number Line Clip Sticks
Missing Numbers Clip Sticks is a fun math activity for preschool, prek, and kindergarten, homeschool, number line, math centers, math practice, counting
Free math templates
Free math templates, mainly for algebra and algebra 2 that can also be used in middle school math classes. I love these free printables to use as warm ups, closers and quick checks in class. They can be slipped into sheet protectors to be used over and over again. All are free. The original title was 4 free algebra and algebra 2 warm up templates, but since writing it I have added many more. All are 100% FREE.
Creating & Planning Math Centers Ahead of Time - Simply Creative Teaching
Planning and organizing your math stations and math centers for the month with this monthly planning sheet. You can use these in kindergarten and first grade or upper elementary. These ideas will help you review skills, plan your guided math centers for your classroom, and run effective work stations and activities. These organization ideas will help teachers plan M.A.T.H workshop and centers for math rotations. Learn how to choose the best centers for your students and classroom!
4th Grade Differentiated Math | Google Classroom Included for Distance Learning
Differentiated Math Printables for 4th Grade Math....Printables for 4th grade math that are differentiated at THREE levels. Perfect for homework, morning work, math centers, and more!
Eureka Math ~ Engage NY: Math Tubs
I first started using math tubs two years ago for the modules when I taught kindergarten. (I'm now in 1st.) I used them out of necessity ...
Math Group Rotations Made Easy- Why I'll Never Teach Whole Group Math
Math Group Rotations Made Easy- Why I'll Never Teach Whole Group Math | All About 3rd Grade
Fight the Greed & Learn to Take Turns: Pig Dice Game
Play the pig dice game! 6 different ways to enjoy this simple and fun game of jeopardy that teaches math, probability and rewards turn taking!
Word Problem Strategies : Analyzing Word Problems with Free Organizers/Mats
One of my go-to word problem strategies to help my students comprehend and solve word problems involves using graphic organizers or mats. Read more and grab free versions of different organizers on this post.
Extension Menus: Give Your Early Finishers RELEVANT Options to Choose From
Most classrooms I've taught in have at least one or two early finishers that grasp the lesson quickly, speed through the independent wo...
Classroom Pinspirations on Instagram: “Are you teaching fractions soon (or now?) Check out this activity from @sassintheclass! #classroompinspirations #fractions #teacherideas”
4,958 Likes, 305 Comments - Classroom Pinspirations (@classroompinspirations) on Instagram: “Are you teaching fractions soon (or now?) Check out this activity from @sassintheclass!…”