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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,...
Need Math & Science Activities? Here They Are!

Need Math & Science Activities? Here They Are!

Last week I shared some favorite literacy resources. This week, let’s turn to math and science activities. I’ve got some great ideas for these subjects that you can use for individual work, small groups, or even the whole class.  3 quick science activities Explain to...
Skip Counting—How To Help Kids Piece It Together

Skip Counting—How To Help Kids Piece It Together

Some kids will struggle with skip counting more than others, but even when kids “get it” there are often points where they get stuck. When you know the common skip counting barriers and have the right tools in place, you can help kids piece it together to get past...
How To Make Skip Counting Homework Easy

How To Make Skip Counting Homework Easy

Skip counting by certain numbers, like 2 and 5 and 10, becomes so ingrained for most of us that we don’t think of it as a skill or something to master. But skip counting is really important because it helps kids calculate more quickly and with more ease. If that’s not...
2-4-6-8 These Skip Counting Activities Are Really Great

2-4-6-8 These Skip Counting Activities Are Really Great

Skip counting is an important skill. It allows kids to calculate more quickly and with more ease. Plus skip counting prepares kids for multiplication and division. Because skip counting is so important, you’ll want to give kids plenty of practice.  Getting past skip...
4 Cool Ways To Practice Telling Time

4 Cool Ways To Practice Telling Time

What time is it? Is it almost time for recess? How long until lunch? Kids have a lot of questions about time. And so often we refer to time. They hear: It’s time for bed. We’re going to read for 20 minutes. We’re not leaving for three hours. It will take 2 ½ hours to...

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