I am so excited to share some amazing picture book biographies to celebrate Women's History Month. The books in this collection are some of my ALL TIME FAVORITE books to read aloud to my students. They share the ... Read More
"Becoming a Mom Has Changed You" It's been a long time since I sat down to write. It has been a long time since a lot of things have happened: Stood in the shower until I was ready to come out, slept through the night, watched a ... Read More
If you didn't already know, Math Journaling is my JAM! It may be my favorite thing that goes on my my classroom, no matter the grade level! My goal for today is to provide you with big picture rationales and objectives, as well as ... 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.
At its core, place value is understanding groups of 10. This is a big jump for many students. We are asking them to shift from counting with one-to-one correspondence to counting groups. We are asking them to understand that ten ones ... Read More
Do you have a Math Word Wall in your classroom? Have you thought about having one, but not sure where to begin? Well, today I'm going to show you how I have used Math Word Walls in my classroom, and some tips for how to make them an ... Read More
I am so excited for this Summer Math Series to start! I'm beginning with one of my favorite concepts to teach: Number Sense! More specifically, I want to take a look at building fluency with composing and decomposing ... Read More