Back to School Math Ideas, Elementary Math, Guided Math, Math, Math Games, Math Instruction, Math Professional Development

New Opportunities, New Partnerships

As many of you know, this year has brought about new opportunities for me, including the creation of Hilty Consulting! I have been pleasantly surprised with the amount of inquiry I have received about services I can provide to schools and districts. I am looking forward to meeting many new faces this summer and fall,… Continue reading New Opportunities, New Partnerships

Addition, Elementary Math, Guided Math, Math, Math Games, Puzzles

Puzzled with what to do? Puzzles may be the answer.

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.

Elementary Math, Guided Math, Math, Math Instruction, Math Professional Development, Math Seminars, Summer Conferences

Summer Math PD

Looking for summer Math Professional Development? Emily and I are excited to share the news that we've put together a summer math institute! We included sample agendas, but all content can be customized for your building/district. To learn more about pricing and options, email HiltyConsulting@gmail.com.

Addition, Elementary Math, Guided Math, Math, Math Games, Math Instruction, Multiplication, Uncategorized

A Month of Games: The Dot Game

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

Distributive Property, Elementary Math, Guided Math, Math Instruction, Math Seminars, Multiplication, Uncategorized

How “SMART” Are We???

Some of you know I am volunteering with two third-grade classrooms in the building where I used to teach. We have spent the first part of this year working on understanding the concepts of multiplication and division. We've built equal groups with counters, skip-counted on a number line, built area models and arrays, learned how… Continue reading How “SMART” Are We???