I have always used games as a way to review math concepts. However, TpT has challenged me to make them more meaningful, relevant, and attractive. My students are more likely to buy in when the game has a polished look, clear instructions, and directly rel
Common Core Standards posters for 7th grade math. These posters bring the standard to life and make it easier to understand with age-appropriate illustrations and kid-friendly "I can" language. They also have a unique borderless design that will get the most out of your wall space and printer ink. Big, colorful, age-appropriate posters for the seventh grade ELA common core! I had a lot of fun making these. I hope you like 'em! $
Common Core Standards I Can Statements for 1st Grade
Easy-to-use printable posters for first grade math! New design that gets the most out of your limited wall space and printer ink! Big text and pictures of first grade kids doing first grade math. I had a lot of fun making these. Thanks for looking! -Steve
When I first started teaching eighth grade math, I would see students get back their quiz, look at their score, MAYBE flip it over to see where they lost points, then slide it into their folder – perhaps never to look at it again. I knew I had to do something to help my students learn to be more reflective about their progress. I wanted my students to take ownership of their work and learn from their mistakes. Over the past few years, I have incorporated several strategies. Click to read…
Fifth Grade Math I Can Statements with Hashtags: Common Core- Hashtags are a good way to get students interested in the lesson’s goal, as well as highlight important words and phrases for the topic. Relate your goals to their love of technology!