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Use Post-it Super Sticky Notes to play this awesome and easy math game.

To encourage student self-reflection we must model and teach self-reflection. Use an anchor chart as a visual reminder!

120 Likes, 1 Comments - Teresa (@teachingtothetesttaker) on Instagram: “😍Loving these traceable anchor charts from @theamygroesbeck (these are from her Fractions Planogram…”

Teach engaging guided math whole group lessons with these ideas! Make hard math concepts come to life with larger than life models. Make math more concrete for kindergarten, first, second, third, and fourth grade. Math ideas like telling time is made fun with a hula hoop and cards! To learn more about "Guided Math: The Three P's", visit www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com

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My first introduction to math word walls came from a Geometry teacher who taught in a classroom next to mine. He had created a hand-drawn, floor-to-ceiling math word wall for his Geometry students. At the time, I thought it was a little much. I mean, wasn't this high school? A few years later, he went on to become Massachusetts Teacher of the Year, and I went on to realize how right he had been after giving math word walls a try in my own classroom. Here is one of my first math word walls…

Which long division strategy should you teach? Long division? Short division? Partial Quotients? Area Model? This blog gives a brief overview, examples, and free printable resources you can use as you plan your long division lessons!

I combined 3 Fraction Anchor Charts together and this is ...

This 51 page pack has posters to hang in your room for reference, games to increase engagement, and many different activities and printables to engage your students and keep them learning while having fun! Posters for Easy Reference and Classroom Display • fraction poster (2 versions) • numerator ...

Math talk is the respectful, rich mathematical conversation guided by the teacher between students used to strengthen their mathematical thinking and reasoning. Within this discourse students are clarifying and justifying their thinking, sharing solutions, and challenging ideas. Math talk is an oppo...

Get Your GROOVE on with GUIDED MATH 10-week blog series! LEARN everything about Guided Math from beginning to end in this blog series! Check it out!