Guess what?!? It’s time to get ready to go back to school! Here in my little world we have less than 2 weeks left until the kids are back in school!
If you are a parent looking for something to use to help our kids brush up on Math Skills before the school year stats off, I have something perfect for you! If you are a teacher looking for classroom work to help get your students back into gear, I also have something for you! Continue reading
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It is important for kids to be fluent with their Math facts, but sometimes the same old pencil paper routines can get boring! And, let’s face it, some kids just need to move around while they are learning! Here are a few ideas to get your kids moving while practicing Math Facts:
After many years of teaching I have put together a “tool box” of tips and tricks to help students really understand and solve word problems, even the all complicated multi-step problems. Today I would like to share some of those tips! Whether you are a teacher, home school parent, or a parent helping your child with homework, these tips should help! Continue reading
My third and fourth graders have been learning about time! They have been telling time to the minute and finding elapsed time (intervals of time). Telling time can be fun, but it can be a bit challenging sometimes! Here are a few tips and a FREE Printable to get you started! Continue reading
I am so excited to be part of the Springing into Learning Blog Hop with Kim from Elementary Antics and many other teacher bloggers! I can’t wait to see all of the great ideas everyone has to share! After reading my blog post, be sure to click the link at the end to hop on to the rest of the great blogs!
The winter holidays are over, the weather is warming up and the children have … Spring Fever! Well, as a veteran classroom teacher, I can sympathize with you … this is NOT the time for the kids to get silly and stop working! This is the time to pull out all your “tricks” and get them back on track!
I have a few tricks for keeping students engaged and counteract “Spring Fever”:
Who doesn’t love a shamrock and a pot of gold? St. Patty’s Day can be a lot of fun! And why wait until March 17th? You can start now with these engaging resources! Continue reading