When something is done using “multi-sensory modes” it will stick better in your brain!
Wow! What a great resource! You are going to want to check this website out!
Overgeneralizing commonly accepted strategies, using imprecise vocabulary, and relying on tips and tricks that do not promote conceptual mathematical understanding can lead to misunderstanding later in students’ math careers.
Need some fun math games for Halloween? Capitalize on students’ love of pumpkins!
Finally…..Model Drawings for the Little Guy!
Number bracelets provide concrete practice for number combinations and composing/decomposing numbers. They should be used in small group instruction and workstations by having students work on their own target numbers.
It’s hard to find a truly developmentally appropriate preschool these days. It seems that the idea of a “rigorous curriculum” gets pushed down to our younger students and we easily lose focus of what the true purpose of education is.
Are your kids extra wiggly? Is it a struggle to keep them seated? Then this post is for you!
“Helping teachers, students dig deeper….”
That is the headline in the Sheridan County, Wyoming Press.
Conference for California Kindergarten Teachers
Featuring: Deanna Jump, Kim Adsit, Jim Grant, and ME!