# Math

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ALL DONE IN ONE DAY @ THE SALON IN LA, a beauty post from the blog Box No. 216 on Bloglovin’

Need help deciphering exactly what the difference is between warm, cool and neutral blondes? Try putting together a compilation of your own work to show your clients the difference. Here's a visual guide to show you the differences.

A few weeks ago, I asked my Facebook followers about the very first thing they taught in math at the beginning of the school year. All but...

2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts

We finally wrapped up our 2D shapes unit. I have a few 2D shapes freebies for you so come by my blog to check out each of these activities in more detail. Take your kindergarten students on a shape hunt around the classroom. Print this free activity sheet and students carry it around on a clipboard as they look for circles, squares, rectangles and triangles. It's a quick activity that they will love. Describe 2D shapes in detail using this free 2D shapes song. It's to the tune of 'Are You…

3rd Grade Thoughts: A teaching blog by Stephanie Van Horn

This anchor chart is a quick divisibility rules reference for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10. It can either be slipped into a notebook or binder or enlarged for a math word wall. Students who struggle with multiplication and division will benefit from this reference because of the simplicity and concret...

Anchor chart inspiration for elementary teachers. Use my Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts for Reading, Math, Grammar, and Writing.

I know that differentiation is SO important. I know it is the right thing to do. But sometimes it is SO difficult to make sure I am meeting the needs of all learners. Right now we're plugging away with the concept of regrouping when adding 3 digit numbers. There is a group of 6 students…

I'm sorry I'm breaking the "one post a day" rule. I'm just trying to get caught up. I know once tomorrow comes (which is technically now!)...

Post with 7623 votes and 11716 views. Tagged with , , , , ; I manage a bookstore and I just made this for a window display. Some people think it should be on here :) (my apologies for the quality!)

Rockabye Butterfly: Bear Activities and Stories! numbers colors and reading

* Mix equal parts of shaving cream and Elmer’s glue. The mixture dries puffy just like this.

Nine weeks into the school year, I am still in love with foldables. I feel like they have made such a difference in the attitudes of my stu...

Bubble Pop {Pop the Missing Factors to 10} Do you need a fun and engaging way for your students to maintain multiplication fluency? Bubble Pop is the answer! With a bingo dabber, maker, or crayon, your students will pop the missing factors! This bubble pop is a bundle of six different task card a...

Food Chain Stacking Cups, add arrows pointing up to reinforce the direction matter and energy is traveling in the food chain.