Elizabeth Bowyer

Elizabeth Bowyer

Elizabeth Bowyer
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Math Coach's Corner: Hundred Chart Carpet

Number patterns, sequencing, place value, and number boards and number charts. Teaching resource books available.

15.1 investigate (e.g., using a number line, a hundreds carpet, a board game with numbered squares) the idea that a number’s position in the counting sequence determines its magnitude (e.g., the quantity is greater when counting forward and less when counting backward)  - Children use manipulatives to move forward and backward along a number line

Math box idea Build Kindergarten Number Sense with these 20 differentiated centers! With "Super Sticker Number Lines," students practice number order and one to one correspondence in creating their own number lines.

Prepare to be amazed as your students turn their favourite picture books into action packed movie posters with a little Media Magic help! This tried and true unit was created to help busy primary teachers cover Media Literacy in a fun and easy way. Media Magic can be completed in less than a week, or over several. This unit works exceptionally well with titles from Blue Spruce™ and Silver Birch®, both part of Canada’s largest recreational reading program, The Forest of Reading®.

Prepare to be amazed as your students turn their favourite picture books into…

Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

Finally!  Literacy centers written specifically for fifth grade! Crockett's Classroom

Literacy centers written specifically for fifth grade! Reading, fluency, word study, writing and more, all geared for intermediate students.

Fun with personification in my fourth grade classroom today! I read the children's book,  The Little Red Pen, which is filled with examples of personification, and then the students wrote their own sentences bringing an object to life. They loved it!

Fun with personification in my fourth grade classroom today! I read the children& book, The Little Red Pen, which is filled with examples of personification, and then the students wrote their own sentences bringing an object to life.