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So, lately my kids have been making some really great observations about numbers. They’ve been noticing patterns in our hundreds chart and they’re pros at skip counting {by 5’s & 10’s, anyway ;)} I really want to start adding the concept of odd & even numbers to our calendar routine, but before I started with …

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This 129 page resource contains over 20 lessons to guide young children from understanding "joining and separating" story language, to becoming fluent with addition and subtraction techniques. Current best teaching practices are used to help children develop and use number sense as they learn about ...

It's a rainy Saturday morning here in the Bluegrass. I think that means it is a perfect morning to start the dishwasher and laundry, sit on my couch while they hum in the background, and catch up on some blog reading! Perfect way to begin a weekend! Don't ya think?!?! Here are some great ideas I found while browsing the WWW. I (of course) pinned these on my Pinterest boards, but sometimes I pin some really great ideas and then forget about them or I do something else and never get around to…

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How is this for a Math Workstation... I bought these cardboard letters at the teacher store. There were 3 of each number. On one set I put ...

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First grade is a very important year where students are building a strong foundation in their journey for mathematical proficiency. One of the most

Too often, kids don't enjoy math because they don't understand it. Today I want to share cool math for kids ideas you can use in your homeschool. I've tried to include cool math for kids

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Math instruction has come a long way since the timed drills, flash cards, and memorization of facts of my childhood. Sadly, many children did not have a true understanding of the underlying math and number concepts, only the ability to repeat the procedures or memorize facts. They appeared to learn math, but in reality, did not have a deep understanding of number and number relationships. Well, not anymore! We know so much about how kids learn and understand math now and are so much better…

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I bought these darling little jack o’lanterns at Wal-Mart YEARS ago when I first started teaching Kindergarten. I used to have the kids do a little one-to-one correspondence activity with them. Since my 1st graders are knee deep in addition & subtraction right now, I knew these little guys would come in handy for the …

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Subtraction - Subtraction Fun - Interactive Worksheets for Introducing Subtraction This packet includes 6 interactive activities to help your students understand the concept of 'taking away' when they first learn about subtraction. Each activity combines a cut-out 'manipulative' that students use ...

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Learn about PYTHON SETS: what they are, SETS VS LISTS, how to create them, when to use them, built-in functions, and relationship to set theory operations!

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This week's Book of the Week is "The Jacket I Wear in the Snow" by Shirley Neitzel. I was introduced to this story by another one of my fabulous co-workers (Thank you, Linda!). The majority of this book is a run-down of the clothing the little girl wears to go play in the snow. Toward the end, she is shown sitting on her sled crying and you (or your students) must infer the reason she is crying. Since her sled is right next to a broken snowman, you might assume that she's crying because she…