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Watch 5 ways to teach math using post it notes. There are ideas for teaching addition, graphing, area and more! Sticky notes help make learning interactive and fun! Click for more details.

from Lucky Little Learners

Addition Strategies for First Graders

Great addition strategies to help your first graders learn their addition math facts. This addition strategies notebook includes games, activities, centers, and worksheets to use during independent, partner, small group, or whole group math time.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Thanksgiving Graphing Lines Activity ~ Slope Intercept Form

My 8th Grade Math students loved this Thanksgiving Activity! This was the perfect worksheet to help my secondary math students work on graphing linear equations in slope intercept form. The concept of Graphing Lines & Catching Turkeys was so fun my Algebra students! I will definitely be doing this Thanksgiving Math activity again next year!


Here's a 3-Act Task where Act 1 shows a cookie monster stealing a bag of cookies and eating them. The opened and partially-eaten package serves as the vehicle for students' noticing and wondering.

from The Owl Teacher

Math Workshop in Action

(2015) Math workshop is a way to give students the instruction that they need, but can sometimes be difficult to implement in the classroom. This blog post explains each part of this math period and what should be accomplished during that time.


FREE Clear the Board Place Value Center - Use this 8 page resource to help your Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students mater place value and addition. These math centers will work great in the classroom or for homeschool! You'll get a math center game, center signs, and the game board. Click through to download your FREEBIE today! {Kinder, first, and second graders}

from Math Coach's Corner

A Plethora of FREE iPad Math Apps

Free and low-cost math apps! Perfect for primary teachers-great list to use in your classroom!


Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions

Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions ~ Interesting! (Free ideas.)


Have you ever been told that you need to be implementing RTI for math? Do you know where to start? This is the reason I created the Standards based progress monitoring. Providing evidence of students learning is crucial. Progress monitoring will allow you to document student growth and make sure that the interventions that you administer are working. Everything you need to assess and track students is provided here.