You’ve decided to take the plunge into Guided Math - congratulations! But...now what? Tips for how to launch a guided math model is one of my most requested topics. And, friends, I get it. When I first started guided math in my ... Read More
Word walls are alive. They are dynamic features of our classrooms that our students constantly and consistently use. Their existence fosters ownership and independence. Yet, creating a functional word wall is not as simple as ... Read More
What if I told you there was a strategy that would revolutionize your math assessments? It involves no extra time and NO testing. Plus, it unlocks the answers to your biggest questions around math thinking. Let me introduce you to ... Read More
FREE Adding to 100 Cards
These FREE playing cards are a great way to reinforce benchmark combinations to 100. I love using them for common games like Go Fish and Memory Match, and the embedded visuals offer a natural modification for students!
Math is everywhere. Including our morning routine-- or what I like to call it: my morning math routine. As teachers, we don’t always have the luxury of planning out our own schedules. Many of us have a certain amount of time ... Read More
Ready to see how visual supports can revitalize your literacy block? Imagine this: you are in your classroom working with a guided reading group, and all around you your students are actively engaged in independent literacy centers. ... Read More
You all know I live for math manipulatives. And today I'm here to share my five favorite, must-have math manipulatives for third grade! Our students are never too old for manipulatives, and third graders are no exception. In my ... Read More