## Using 5 frames to build fluency

By the end of Kindergarten, students are required to fluently add and subtract within 5. Throughout the year, students have built conceptual understanding of addition and subtraction through joining and …

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# Tag: math

## Using 5 frames to build fluency

## Keeping Math Fun During and After Testing

## Teach for Understanding

## Should I take the road less traveled?

## Where is the Math?

## Resetting expectations while reinforcing Math after Winter Break

## Still struggling with counting?

## Lots and lots of lights!

## Making connections across domains

## Dividing Using the Area Model in Context of Problem Solving

## Not Just Evens and Odds

## The Dreaded Math Word Problem: Get Organized to Solve the Problem!

## Understanding the 3rd Grade Math Florida Standards

## 3rd Grade Math Homework 101

## Build math and science vocabulary and have fun!

## Differentiating in Math

## Math Journaling Top 10

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By the end of Kindergarten, students are required to fluently add and subtract within 5. Throughout the year, students have built conceptual understanding of addition and subtraction through joining and …

Checkout this quick and easy read “Tips to Keep Math Fun During Testing” from the tenmarks.com blog.

Check out this quick video on teaching concepts through concrete and pictorial models to increase understanding.

We’ve all heard the saying, “The shortest distance between two points is a straight line.” Last week, as I was walking around a school, I thought to myself, is that …

What math do you see in this picture? According to the Standards for Mathematical Practices, “Mathematically proficient students make sense of quantities and their relationships in problem situations.” How might …

Ahhh you had two weeks off for Winter Break and you are returning refreshed and ready to kick off the 2017 school year! Pretty soon 18 little minds will reenter …

Are your students still struggling with One to one correspondence? Check out this quick Origo One video! https://youtu.be/dvyLUpE6o7A

As I was driving home the other night I noticed this beautiful display of lights and it got me thinking about…Math! Math is all around us….especially this time of year, …

How can the concepts found in the Measurement and Data domain be used as an application of other domains? One of the critical areas in Kindergarten is representing and comparing …

143 students will be attending the school music concert. Each row will seat 13 students. How many rows will be needed for all of the students to have a seat? …

If you add two odd numbers will your answer be an even or odd number? What about two even numbers? Will those results always be true? The idea of evens …

Students of all ages have difficulty applying comprehension skills when reading and interpreting math word problems. Those of us who attended school before the year 2000 know that most of …

Do you have questions about what your child is learning in mathematics? To learn more about the 3rd grade Math Standards, check out the video below. https://youtu.be/gIg2f1fX8Gs

What are the benefits of homework? • Students – homework deepens their understanding and solidifies concepts learned in class. • Parents – homework communicates what students are learning. It’s also …

Building vocabulary knowledge and usage in mathematics and science should not amount to copying definitions in notebooks. Decades of copying definitions has resulted in many students being able to repeat …

What is differentiation in math? Differentiation in math is responsive teaching that stems from teachers’ understanding of how teaching and learning occurs. Differentiation is responding to varied learners’ needs for …

Math journaling can be an essential strategy for students applying their understanding of concepts with written proof and informal assessment for teacher’s to guide the learning. Here are the Top …