What is Subitizing and Why Teach it?
Subitizing is an important skill to teach when introducing number concepts in Preschool and Kindergarten. It sets a strong foundation for addition and subtraction!
Printable Fraction Flowers
It's Spring! So it's time for a fun Spring learning idea. I created a printable set of Fraction Flowers that includes fractions through 1/10. This can now be purchased in my shop. Fraction Flowers are a
Calendar Math Calendar Folders - The Lesson Plan Diva
My calendar folders are one of my best selling products and they are awesome! I love using them and they work! Your students will learn and improve with this calendar pack. My students always have really high math scores and I know it is because of the repetition and use of the calendar folders. I
How To Go Picasso On Your Data With Conditional Formatting
Learn how to apply advanced formatting to your tabular data using Excel's conditional formatting options. Every marketer should know how to rock them.
Decomposing Numbers Math Center Games
This blog post is about teaching primary learners how to decompose numbers in more than 1 way using hands-on activities. What is decomposing? Decomposing is an important mathematical concept because it helps students develop an understanding of how addition and subtraction works. Students can put together (compose) or take apart (decompose) objects to represent addition ... Read More about Decomposing Numbers Math Center Games
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Here is an educational craft project for kids - Learning Clock. This can be easily made at home and help your kids understand how the minute hand and Hour hand of clock work. This can make a great school project! This clock consists of two paper dials. Top dial represents the numbers from 1 to 12 just like the regular clock. Second dial is underneath the first dial and it has 12 numbers. Each number shows the number of minutes completed when the minute hand reaches on the corresponding…
Kaboom! Possibly The Best Center Game Ever! - Teaching with Jillian Starr
Do you use Kaboom! in your classroom? It has been my go-to center for the past few years, whether I’m teaching Firsties, or now third graders. If Kaboom! is new to you, or it is something you haven’t yet tried in your classroom, here are some great reasons to give it a try: 1. It …
Area Math Project: My Pet Store FREE Activity
Use this mini Math Project to help students develop an understanding of area measurement by designing their own pet store shop floor. Preparation- Select between differentiation options (outlined in the teacher instructions)- Print and go!- Optional: For a reusable idea to save paper, laminate the s...