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Math Number Game and Printable
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April 6, 2019April 6, 2019

Math Number Game and Printable

I love teaching math! My students love math and they believe that they are good at math – and they are! That doesn’t mean that they get every single correct, but with the mind frame that they are mathematicians they are willing to attempt questions and approach problems with confidence. One of the benefits of...

Math Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten
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March 2, 2019March 2, 2019

Math Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

Math can be challenging for some students, but it can also be a lot of fun! In my experience, young kids approach math with interest and confidence – especially when it is presented in a hands-on way. We have been working on shapes, so I created these math activities for preschool and/or kindergarten. There was...

Animals that Hibernate
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February 27, 2019February 27, 2019

Animals that Hibernate

Once the cold weather arrives, most people tend to spend less time outside. Children are always curious about where animals go in the winter when the snow comes. This activity helps answer their questions. We discussed animals that hibernate, but also how they hibernate or survive the winter. To do this activity, we headed outside!...

Tangram Math Activity for Kids
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February 2, 2019February 2, 2019

Tangram Math Activity for Kids

If you’ve never used tangrams before, this is a great activity to try them out! Tangrams are a great math tool and an easy way to introduce math concepts such as, flips, slides, turns, shapes and even congruence. I did not have a class set of tangrams, so I made some out of felt. You...

Gingerbread Baby – Video and Worksheet
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January 26, 2019February 11, 2019

Gingerbread Baby – Video and Worksheet

This story play is very popular with my students! I love Jan Brett’s books, so I was excited to create a story play for, “Gingerbread Baby”. This form of storytelling has become a passion of mine because of the reaction I get from students. They are so excited and captivated while watching. It has created...

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