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The Classroom Key: Part-Part-Whole

One significant goal for a lot of my little ones is learning how to tell time, and more importantly, learning how to find elapsed time {BIGGIE}. The concept of time in general just baffles them. Although it is in the common core, a lot of text books used in schools do not have anything on […]

These March printables are great for building number sense and part part whole relationships! Themes include March Madness, St. Patrick's Day and Spring.

Just like blogging, I am also new to fourth grade. There have been many ups and downs this year, but I have definitely grown as an educator. A couple weeks ago, it was time to start division. I knew I needed to make sure that my students understood the concept of division before jumping into the standard algorithm, but how to do this? I wasn't quite sure. I started by having my students experiment with hands-on manipulatives and grid paper. Their strategies amazed me! Here is the problem I…

Let's face it: Learning how to tell time is tough. There are just so many rules to memorize. The hour hand is short. The minute hand coun...

The Easter Bunny and I have a date tomorrow, so I'm posting my math journal post a day early this week. Besides, who can do all that typing when your fingers are covered in chocolate. ;) Since we've been learning about multiples this week, and I've been horrified concerned by my students difficulty with the basic multiplication facts, I've decided that more is better and we're deep into drill mode in the classroom. For our math journal this week, we completed a "Totally Egg-cellent Multiple"…

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Exciting lesson ideas, classroom strategies, teaching tips, book lists, videos, and reproducibles in a daily blog by teachers from the classrooms of extraordinary mentor

Rounding is one of the worst things in the world to teach, right? It is classic every time. Mention rounding…kids sigh, teachers tense up and everyone’s brains feel muddled. It is HAR…

EngageNY Application problems, exit tickets, sprints, video tutorials, materials and manipulatives, parent news letters, Modules, etc

FREEBIE A matching game for students to practice using the distributive property of multiplication. Additional 3rd grade resources are just a click away! M&M Math Activities Set One: Reaching for the STAARS Set Two: Reaching for the STAARS Set Three: Reaching for the STAARS Set Four: Reaching f...

My class is a noisy one, not all of the time of course, but most of the time. I have very chatty students who love to socialise, and I am endeavouring to use this to my advantage. Learning is often a social pursuit, and as my students told me on Thursday, "Math is easier and more fun when you are working with a partner. To this end, I have been explicitly teaching how we speak to one another about Math, how we question and comment to promote one anothers' learning. We created a "Math Talk"…

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