Category: Math

How to Use Morning Work to Boost Skills

How to Use Morning Work to Boost Skills

Do you use morning work in your morning routine? Better yet, maybe I should ask if you intentionally use it to boost skills? This is one of the most overlooked resources in the classroom, and it shouldn’t be! In fact, any and every resource used in your classroom should help (you and) your students in […]

Brilliant Coin Value Recognition and Counting Activity

Brilliant Coin Value Recognition and Counting Activity This Coin Recognition and Counting Activity is a fun way of sorting coin money. Learning to count money is boring the regular way. This is exciting for the kids. #teachingsecondgrade #math #money #coinrecognition #countingmoney #teachingmoney | Coin Recognition | Teaching Money Value | Counting Money Activities | Math Activities | First Grade Math | Second Grade Math | Third Grade Math

Who is excited to teach their kids more about money? This Coin Value Recognition and Counting Activity is a fun way of sorting coin money into a muffin tin. Learning to count money is boring when you do it the regular way. If you teach this way, it’s much more exciting for the kids. Touching […]

Place Value to the Hundreds Teaching Videos

Place Value to the Hundreds Teaching Videos

Hey y’all! I’m back again for the teaching video round up for you! I hope these video posts have been helpful and save you some time when you are looking for some educational videos to use in the classroom! Today, I am going to be sharing some of my favorite videos to use when teaching […]

How to Write a Killer Lesson Plan

How to Write a Killer Lesson Plan

If you’re a seasoned teacher, you know that lesson planning can take up a good chunk of your time. If you’re a brand new teacher, you might still be weary of lesson planning even though you’ve practiced and practiced. Whether lesson planning is stressful or time consuming for you, I hope to give you some […]

Practicing Fact Families in the Classroom

Practicing Fact Families in the Classroom

Let’s talk about fact families! It’s an important part of our second grade math curriculum. I love to provide tons of fun learning activities for my students to complete during independent math time or centers that help them build their fact family fluency. These worksheets have been so helpful in my classroom, so I wanted […]

Keep Your Kids Learning in the Summer

Keep Your Kids Learning in the Summer

It’s finally summer! Most teachers have said goodbye to their classes and are taking some time to relax, unwind and rejuvenate. Others are hoping that their students don’t forget everything that they have learned during the previous school year. While it’s extremely important to exercise your body physically, it’s just as important to exercise your […]

Morning Work that Works

Morning Work that Works Morning work is such an important and engaging activity that helps your students review their ELA and math skills. This Morning Work pack is common core aligned. 1st and 2nd graders can practice adding, subtracting, place value, telling time phonics skills, writing, and language skills. #morningwork #secondgrademorningwork #2ndgrademorningwork

Morning work is such an important and engaging activity that helps your students review their ELA and math skills. This Morning Work pack is common core aligned. 1st and 2nd graders can practice adding, subtracting, place value, telling time phonics skills, writing, and language skills. #morningwork #secondgrademorningwork #2ndgrademorningwork

Engaging Ways to Teach Place Value to Students

Engaging Ways to Teach Place Value to Students

Haven’t you heard?! Teaching place value is kind of a BIG DEAL! Place value is a foundational skill for all math concepts. When students don’t understand place value or struggle with mastery, it can make all future concepts difficult and challenging. What are some ways that we can teach place value to our students so […]