Jodie Allan

Jodie Allan

Currently working on researching my focus area: Mindfulness and it's affect on classroom behaviour
Jodie Allan
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What is subitising and why it is important

What is subitising and why it is important. Free printable mats for a fun counting and subitising game by learning 4 kids

Kids Create Subitizing Cards - gives ideas on how to have kids create their own subtilizing/flashing dot cards.

Subitizing: Common Core: K

Math Coach's Corner: Using Dot Cards to Build Number Sense. There's no doubt about it...subitizing is all the rage! So, now that you've made your dot cards, how exactly do you use them? First off, you want to develop routines for using your dot cards. You don't want to flash a card and just have students shout out the number. Read more and download free resources.

Math Coach's Corner: Using Dot Cards to Build Number Sense. Great start to using dot cards to build number sense.

What Do I Do Now?  Strategies for Early Finishers

Strategies for Early Finishers

I'm done, now what?

Since this is only my second year to incorporate math stations into my math block, I'm constantly revamping and reorganizing so that we make the most of our time. You really only know what works by t

A Backwards Glance While Moving Forward

Confessions of a Teaching Junkie: A Backwards Glance While Moving Forward


First 100 High Frequency Word List Precursive

Reading response foldable mini books.  Great for centers, quick assessments, and early finishers.  $

Reading Response Activities are simple and fun with this set of 16 foldable, mini books designed for second and third grade! These books give students an easy

K-1 Easter Math Activities that are perfect for centers, early finishers, review, or just to add a little fun into your day!  Common Core aligned.

Easter Math Activities for Kindergarten and First Grade

Put sight words onto rings in groups of 10-20. Students can grab a set to practice during guided reading groups or when they finish an activity early.

Students can read at their seat or in guided reading groups. I like the idea of not only the word but also using it in context in a sentence. Covers lots of those ccs!