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Digital Number Sense SUMmit 2022

We are thrilled to announce the 3rd Annual Digital Number Sense SUMmit coming to you live on June 14 & 15, 2022! Based on your feedback and ideas, we decided to change things up a bit. Take a look at our session lineup--you should see some new content along with some of your favorites. Keep… Continue reading Digital Number Sense SUMmit 2022

Division, Elementary Math, Fractions, Math, Math Bulletin Boards, Multiplication, Operations with Fractions

Mathematicians LOVE Hot Cocoa

Who doesn't love a good mug of hot chocolate in the cold winter months? I'm always trying to tie in real-world experiences into my math lessons and what's better than combining math and hot chocolate? Do you have that one bulletin board in your building that everyone struggles with an idea about what should go… Continue reading Mathematicians LOVE Hot Cocoa

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Math-ew the Number Train & Holiday Shopping Project

Math-ew the Number Train and the Holiday Shopping Project… what do they have in common? These are the latest two projects Emily and I worked together on to create. Recently during two coaching sessions, teachers asked me to create materials for them to use with their students. One project was sequencing numbers and the other… Continue reading Math-ew the Number Train & Holiday Shopping Project

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Math Stations… Making Them Work for Your Classroom

Many elementary teachers have reading groups already established in their classrooms, but the idea of math groups seems foreign to many. Reading groups is a teaching strategy that has been around for a long time. The idea behind reading groups is, as I understand it, is homogeneous groups that rotate between 4-5 stations. The idea… Continue reading Math Stations… Making Them Work for Your Classroom