It's here! Registration is OPEN for our first summer conference! We would LOVE to see so many of our friends and make a ton of new friends this summer. Please share this brochure with all you know who may be interested. Not only would we love to have admin, teachers, and support staff, but we… Continue reading Number Sense SUMmit 2020
This is the time of year when many teachers begin to feel the pressure of “the test” sneaking up on them. We begin to wonder how we are we ever going to cover all the content we haven’t made it to yet, and at the same time, continuously review what has already been covered. I… Continue reading Workstations that Work
Need a quick, low prep activity? Bacon, Bacon, Bacon!! Bacon goes with just about everything! Eggs, potatoes, sandwiches, salads, donuts, scallops… pretty much anything. Are you hungry now? This math game has nothing to do with food. This activity is a game to work on mental math... addition of numbers. Kristin has played this game… Continue reading BACON
As a teacher, have you ever been bored with daily worksheets or wanted to make your students’ learning more engaging? Are you wondering what to put in your guided math stations? Or you don’t have money to purchase manipulatives for your classroom? A possible solution could be implementing puzzles! I’m not just talking about a… Continue reading Puzzled with what to do? Puzzles may be the answer.
Hello, it’s Emily again!! Kristin said she was doing a month of games and I had to share this game after a group of kiddos LOVED it a few weeks ago!! I teach 4th graders, but help out in a 2nd grade classroom focusing on addition fluency. I introduced this game in a whole group… Continue reading A Month Of Games: Target Addition
How many times have you gone out to dinner and you see the dreaded dot game on your child's menu? My daughter loves playing this game, I can't say I always had the same enthusiasm for it. A few years ago a friend of mine introduced me to the idea of changing it up and… Continue reading A Month of Games: The Dot Game