Teaching Greater Than > Less Than
Like so many other things, I don't really see the point of waiting to teach certain concepts until a particular age or grade. When kids are ready to get it, they're ready. And they're usually ready before most people think they are! Right now my kindergartner and 3-year old are at about the same academic level, (Dash is way ahead with his gross motor skills, storytelling, humor, etc. but a bit slower in fine motor skills and attention span ) So I'm embracing this, and am now grateful that I…
New Kindergarten Teaching Materials
Since summer has officially began, I have been working very hard creating some new products for the upcoming school year. I know that th...
Basketball Math Centers-FREEBIE
It's March (at least when I am posting this) and that means March Madness. I always have boys in my class who are into sports, so I always try to incorporate that when I can. This is a mini-match center unit. It includes the following three centers: 1. Fact Family Sort-with recording sheet 2. ...
100th Day of School Paper Bag Challenge FREEBIE and Printables - Clever Classroom Blog
Celebrating the 100th day of school is so much fun. To make it even more fun, I wanted to make some ready to go printables that focused on collections. Collecting items is a fun, hands-on way to involve students in 100th day celebrations. In this file, there are collection mats, collection mats with write and […]
Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To FREEBIE
Hi friends, I needed another version of my greater than, less than, equal to activity to use so I thought I would share it with all of you. You can download this freebie HERE or on the pictures above. It can be used on it's own or would be a great addition to my Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To learning pack. If interested, you can learn more about it HERE. Happy Sunday and if you live here on the east coast happy shoveling ... AGAIN!
A Little Bit of AMSTI and some freebies!!
Hey guys, how's it going? In math, we have been working on quite a few things!! Normally, teachers like to read Chrysanthemum on the first day of school, and I see name charts all over the place. This is actually a math lesson in our AMSTI unit, so I like to wait until it comes up in the pacing guide. Anywho, a week or so ago, it was time to discover how many letters we had in our names. We read Chrysanthemum, by Kevin Henkes, and then we charted the letters in our name. I modified the…
Discover 6 Of The Best Math Card Games For Kids - Top Notch Teaching
Are you after some more fun math games? Math card games are a fantastic way for kids to practice math skills, but in a non-threatening and motivational way.
Hello all! Today was my third day back to school. It is 7:42pm. As I type this I am BARELY able to keep my eyes open. But I am trying to do a few "normal" things before I go to bed so that my ENTIRE day won't be consumed by school. I was going to post about my first day of school but I have lost my camera cord and I am not going to get up to look for it. So sit back and enjoy my favorite pins from the past week! :) Happy Wednesday everyone! :)