Well hello blogosphere! I have missed thee. We have moved into our NEW house and it is slooowwllly but surely becoming a home. Here are a couple pictures of our new house- remember it is a work in progress! Penelope eating breakfast in our new dining room. Our living room- we just hung up curtains and they have made a… Read More
Christmas Factor Trees
Well, Winter Break has finally come and I am so excited to have 3 weeks off, not that I will have a lot of down time with us moving into our new house and all! I wanted to share the CUTE Christmas Factor Trees that my class did during the last week of school to reinforce all of the concepts… Read More
Christmas Factor Trees and other Activities!
Tis’ the season for your students to understand prime, composite, factor trees and multiples! I am very excited to share my new math activity pack with you! Included in this pack: Prime Number Hunt Great for whole group instruction and as an introduction to what whole Color the Gingerbread Independent or partner practice- progress monitoring! Prime or Composite? Perfect for… Read More
A Fact Family Neighborhood
We just finished double digit multiplication, which was quite a feat. Before we dive into long division (gasp!), we are studying the relationships between multiplication and division problems- that’s right, Fact Families! I’ve created this C-U-T-E Fact Family Neighborhood set to help my students see how numbers are related with multiplication and division. Your students will tour from 2nd Street… Read More
Halloween Themed Number Sense Review Set
I am soooo excited to share my AWESOME Halloween Number Sense Review Set. We are getting close to our quarterly student assessment period known as “The Benchmark”. I wanted to create a few fun activities to review different Number Sense Activities for my class to prepare them for this assessment. I tried to cover everything we have done so far… Read More
Math Word Problems can be a MONSTER!
Word Problems can be as scary as a monster for your students. I created this set after seeing my students struggle with decoding what a word problem is actually asking. My students had a number line test this past Friday and 8 of the 20 questions were word problems. Most of the problems missed were those… Read More