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As an educator, you know how important it is to keep your students on task, engaged, energized, and having fun throughout the school day. Of
Place value is one of the most important concepts we teach our first grade students. It’s the key to exploring the world of numbers and
Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to embrace the spooky season than by incorporating some Halloween math centers into your instruction
Teaching rounding numbers in 3rd grade can be a really challenging concept for our students to grasp. This is especially true if they don’t have
As a guided math fanatic, I’m always looking for simple, effective ways to track my students’ progress and make informed decisions for my instruction. One
Now that we’ve made it through the first few weeks of school and are getting in the groove of guided math, it’s time to start
Are you teaching addition and subtraction strategies in 2nd grade? One of my favorite ways to help students explore this concept in a hands-on way
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As we head into the new school year, teachers everywhere are stocking up on all of their favorite teacher must-haves for the classroom. If you’re
As teachers, the back to school season is upon us and many of us are gearing up to head back to school. Yes, even me!
When I began using guided math instruction in my own classroom over 10 years ago, I was blown away! My students were becoming more confident
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How many times as a teacher have you heard the phrase “spiral review?” It seems like administrators are always talking to teachers about the importance
As the end of the year draws near, it’s important for our students to reflect on what they’ve learned in the past year and review