I know so many of us are planning for remote teaching right now, and Bitmoji classrooms designs are popping up everywhere. I love so many of the amazing features of Google™ Classroom, but it can feel OVERWHELMING. Today I want to ... Read More
If you don't know, math is my favorite, and I’ve been thinking a lot about how to support my students this year, whether we end up remote, hybrid or in person. One thing I know for sure is that our use of math manipulatives is going ... Read More
When I talk to folks about Guided Math and teaching in small groups in my Facebook Group, one of the biggest push backs I hear is that teachers don't feel that they have enough TIME to teach small groups. The interesting truth is ... Read More
Free Hundred Chart Puzzles & Mats
Help reinforce the structure of the Hundred Chart (and have fun) with these FREE Hundred Chart Puzzles! There are 20 different puzzles for both the 1-100 and 0-99 charts.
Perhaps one of the biggest hurdles teachers share is managing the rest of the class while teaching small groups. Whether it's struggling to build independence, managing challenging behaviors, or simply keeping students on task, the ... Read More
I'm going to be honest. I once believed every one of the following myths to be true about teaching Guided Math and running math centers. Yup! I was already overwhelmed and staying WAY past my contracted hours. The thought of ... Read More
When I taught whole group, or had every student rotate through the same centers each week, I was barely keeping my head above water. I was ALWAYS putting out fires while a line of students followed me around the classroom asking for ... Read More