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3 Awesome Ways To Practice Place Value

3 Awesome Ways To Practice Place Value

Can your students identify place value? Place value is the order in which we put digits together. Place value helps us read whole numbers into the thousands, millions, billions, and beyond. Kids start by learning ones and tens, then hundreds and thousands, tens of...
More Skip Counting Practice Coming Right Up

More Skip Counting Practice Coming Right Up

Skip counting is an essential math skill that helps kids develop calculation fluency. It’s also a cornerstone for learning multiplication and division. We often start teaching skip counting with 2, 5, and 10 as these are some of the easiest numbers for kids to work...
Math Task Cards And More To Save You Time

Math Task Cards And More To Save You Time

Are you a fan of task cards? My students seem to like them, and as a teacher, I find them incredibly useful. They can be used for: Additional practice and reinforcement Independent work in stations Practice at home Challenges or enrichment Small group work or games...
Skip Counting Made Easy For Kids And Teachers

Skip Counting Made Easy For Kids And Teachers

When students are learning to skip count, some numbers are easier than others. There’s a reason we start with 10, 5, and 2. Skip counting by say, 7 or 9, can be tougher for many. And with any numbers, kids run into skip counting barriers. Lots of practice with...
How To Make Skip Counting Practice Fun

How To Make Skip Counting Practice Fun

Skip counting is a critical math skill because it helps kids: Calculate more quickly Calculate with more ease Get ready for multiplication and division. Most of us skip count without a thought 2-4-6-8-10-12 or 5-10-15-20-25-30 or even 3-6-9-12-15-18-21 … We almost...
Math Games You’ll Love Using In The Classroom

Math Games You’ll Love Using In The Classroom

Recently, I ran a spelling game challenge that you loved, so I thought you might want some math games to add to your teaching tools too. Math games are a non-threatening and motivational way to provide additional practice to help kids consolidate math skills. Yes,...

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