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Check out this great list of activities for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade! Read all about this fun Meet the Teacher activity, along with several back to school anchor charts and class posters that are perfect for the start of the new school year Learn More About This Resource | Shop this Resource I LOVE […]

The Best Teaching Resources for Elementary Students

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Back to School, Early Numeracy, Literacy, Reading, Uncategorized

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Pattern Laundry Math Craft Appropriate for Grades: pre-K, kindergarten, first grade Skill: patterning Link: Pattern Laundry Math Craft | More Math Crafts This math craft is perfect for using with students in pre-K, kindergarten, and first grade to reinforce patterning. It’s fun, engaging, and simple to do! Snag it HERE or as part of a Math Craft Bundle! Happy Teaching!

Patterning Math Craft

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Make-Ten Friends Appropriate for Grades: pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, second grade Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.1.OA.C.6 Skill: making ten Link: Make-Ten Friends | More Math Crafts This math craft is perfect for using with students in pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade who are working on making ten. It aligns with Common Core Standard CCSS.Math.Content.1.OA.C.6 and will fit into your math curriculum […]

Making Ten Math Craft

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I love to do crafts with my kids. Glue, paint, paper scraps, markers, popsicle sticks, even…dare I say it…GLITTER…I love it all. Assembling a craft may seem frivolous and mismatched in today’s elementary classroom, but I beg to differ.  I believe that crafts can be meaningful, engaging, and purposeful for our little learners. First of all, […]

Why Crafts in the Classroom Are Okay!

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Sooooo, do y’all love to incorporate food into your teaching? Whether it’s using marshmallows to teach place value or making a rainbow-colored cake while reading The Wizard of Oz, I LOVE to find an opportunity to sneak a little snack into curriculum 😉 So, there was no question in my mind that Cheez-its would make excellent math […]

Free Ten Frame Activity

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Early Numeracy, Lesson Plans, Math, Small Group

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Check out the video below to learn some fun and easy number sense activities to use in your preschool, kindergarten, or first grade classroom! Number Sense Intervention Curriculum Math Crafts Cheez-Frames Number Sense Toolkit  Happy Teaching!

Number Sense Activities

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If you have students struggling with number sense, this comprehensive math intervention curriculum can be a great addition to your RTI or small group time! This resource can be used in so many different ways. It was initially designed with kindergarten RTI in mind, specifically to meet the needs of students struggling with number sense.  […]

Math Intervention Curriculum

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As I’ve been preparing for the Get Your Teach On Conference (which is NEXT WEEK, btw! Eeeeh!), I’ve been thinking a lot about number development and all the fun things you can do with it.  My Pinterest board is just FULL of ideas, including a set of math craft for kiddos in kindergarten and first grade that […]

Number Development Math Crafts

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Admission:  math wasn’t always one of my favorite things. I kind of hated numbers. I struggled big time throughout my school-age years trying to understand numbers and how they worked. I finished off pre-cal my junior year and said buh-bye and good riddance to equations and PEMDAS and my trusty TI-83. Then, I decided to teach elementary school. I had this […]

Games for Number Sense

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Happy October, y’all! So, a bazillion things to share and not near enough time.  Where on earth did I get the idea that being a stay-at-home-work-at-home-teacher-mom *might* be a little easier?  Ha! Notsomuch.  Someone commented recently and said that homeschooling is more of a routine as opposed to a schedule.  Sooooooo true.  We do school everyday, but […]

Catch Up: Fact or Fiction, Making 10, Word Work, and More!

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Apples, Bats, Early Numeracy, Fact or Fiction, Halloween, Math, Uncategorized, Word Work

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