Easy and Cheap Anchor Chart Display! - Miss DeCarbo
I L-O-V-E making anchor charts with my students. We make them for everything and anything. Sometimes I make them just to show off my awesome drawing skills to my students. Okay, that one isn’t true. I’m always jealous of the awesome anchor charts I see on Pinterest that have fabulous drawings. I can’t draw – at all! […]
I Heart Math Journals! (a quick little giveaway)
I have seen the light. I never did math journals before when I taught K or 2. This is a recent adventure for me, and I am SO happy I started...
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The Week I Had No Internet - Cara Carroll
Let me just start by saying that I absolutely love my little town. There is a certain charm that comes with living in a small, tight knit community. It’s been a HUGE adjustment getting used to being so far away from so many things…mainly the mall and Starbuck’s. The downside to living out this far …
Math Properties- Connecting with the Terms (Crafting-Connections.blogspot.com)
Math Properties- Connecting with the Terms, an education post from the blog Crafting-Connections.blogspot.com, written by Crafting Connections on Bloglovin’
Teaching in Flip Flops
Sooooo... I've been busy creating a Pronoun Unit today. I get distracted so easily, so these simple mini units that should be taking me an hour or 2 are now taking me a whole day! The exception was that I met my Mom and my younger brother for lunch. She always takes off a few over winter break and the week of spring break. It's nice because then I actually have something else to occupy my time other than watching reruns of horrible shows like Wife Swap and watching the same episodes of…
Math Problem Solving: Measurement--Length
Inchworm, inchworm, Measuring the marigold. You and your arithmetic... You'll probably go far! So here is the beginning of my Kindergarten Measurement Unit. This is a fun unit, and that's a great thing, because we spend a lot of time on it! The unit is divided into 4 sections: length, surface area, weight and capacity. (We're also supposed to do temperature, but we cover that so much in science that we skip it in math). As with everything, we start out with lots and lots of hands-on…
Multiplication: Area Model, Partial Products, Expanded Form, Distributive Property, Standard Algorithm
Lesson plans, activities and ideas for kindergarten classrooms, including math problem-solving, reading workshop, writer's workshop, inquiry-based science journals, literacy centers and more!
Amy Lemons - Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.
Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.