The Third Wheel
Word problems, especially multi-step problem solving, is tricky for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. This activity focuses on a single story problem each day to help students build strategies and prepare for standardized tests. Fun facts have been added to engage students and give teachers a starting point to get students thinking about these real life math situations. Two-step word problems and extra information don't have to be a barrier to success with regular practice.
Place Value Yahtzee Game — Games 4 Gains
Want a FREE differentiated place value game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've transformed the popular game Yahtzee into a fun and engaging place value game! You'll even get our free score cards to use!
Mandy Neal - Teaching With Simplicity
Have you ever been told that you need to be implementing RTI for math? Do you know where to start? This is the reason I created the Standards based progress monitoring. Providing evidence of students learning is crucial. Progress monitoring will allow you to document student growth and make sure that the interventions that you administer are working. Everything you need to assess and track students is provided here.
Alternative Classroom Seating
UPDATE: This post has received so much amazing feedback so I've reached out to Dawn & Carla to answer some of your questions. Please note, the pictures below are from Dawn & Carla's classrooms, these are not pictures from my classroom. Lately I keep seeing blogs, instagram posts and tweets about teachers who are using alternative seating in their elementary classrooms. Naturally, I wanted to try it out. But, for the first time in a while I thought to myself, "Hey Melanie! Maybe you should…
4 Tips for Building Math Fluency - You Aut-A Know
Building Math Fluency in the Special Education classroom is easy with these 4 tips. Check out how I build Math Fluency in my Autism Classroom!
Doing Well in Math Poster Chart- Addition Example
This is something I use to remind students that being a good math student is not only about getting the correct answer. You can use this as a wall poster or as a part of student math notebooks. What does doing well in math mean? It means... - I can show it. - I can draw it. - I can explain it i...
Task Cards • Create Bar Models based on Real-World Math Problems
Bar models are a crucial component in the Singapore math pedagogy. They provide a pictorial representation of the part-part-whole concept of large numbers and provide students with a strategy to solve multi- digit addition and subtraction problems, including real-world problems. The task cards included in this product are in alignment with CCSS 2.NBT.7 There are 24 task cards that present a real-world math problem and instruct students to create a bar model based on the problem. $3.00
OCTOBER Anti-Bullying Campaign - POSTER IDEAS - DIY - Classroom, Hallway, Counselor Office
Craftibilities: OCTOBER Anti-Bullying Campaign - POSTER IDEAS
10 Meaningful Student Self-Assessments: A Pinterest Curation
With an abundance of clever crafts, cute bulletin boards, and coordinated decor, Pinterest generates much that is adorable in classrooms. But the meatier stuff is out there, too–if you…