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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...
How To Teach Math With Measurement Games

How To Teach Math With Measurement Games

Do your measurement lessons measure up? I find measurement can be a bit of a neglected though an essential area of math. From checking lengths with a ruler and comparing size to calculating the area of different shapes, students need to be able to measure. They also...
How To Teach Shapes With Simple Games

How To Teach Shapes With Simple Games

Circle, oval, square, rectangle, triangle, trapezoid, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, nonagon, decagon … are you teaching shapes? Students need to be able to recognize and name these 2-D shapes and define the characteristics of each shape. There are so many...
How To Make Mental Math Fun

How To Make Mental Math Fun

Last week I talked about why mental math matters and how to teach 5 key mental math skills. Now I want to share a few games that my students love that keep mental math practice fun—even for kids who say they don’t like math. 5 fun mental math games You’ll find a game...
Why Mental Math Matters And How To Teach It

Why Mental Math Matters And How To Teach It

Why can’t we just use a calculator? Can’t the computer do it? Do you ever hear this from students who don’t want to do math? They have a point. Calculators and computers can be very useful in figuring out complex problems or crunching large amounts of data, but, as...
How To Teach Skip Counting When Kids Get Stuck

How To Teach Skip Counting When Kids Get Stuck

A couple of weeks ago, I talked about how to introduce skip counting in the classroom. Most kids pick up on skip counting pretty quickly, especially with numbers like 2, 5, and 10. They’ll even get numbers like 3, 4, and 9, but at some point, kids tend to get stuck....

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