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Do your upper grade students know their multiplication facts? Teaching multiplication strategies helps to build a firm foundation for math to come.

Do your upper grade students know their multiplication facts? Teaching multiplication strategies helps to build a firm foundation for math to come.

Do you have students that struggle with fractions? Try out this daily fraction printable to build their fraction knowledge. Works on equivalent fractions, creating equations using fractions, number lines with fractions, and fraction models.

Cruncher: a fun fast-facts game about Indigenous peoples in Canada

Cruncher: a fun fast-facts game about Indigenous peoples in Canada

Looking for a few tips on how to get more "real world" math in your lessons--and how to teach students to have great math talk and think a little "outside the box"? This post shows a super easy way to try it!

The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Math Talk, Open Ended Problems--and Thinking Backwards!

Often we get very focused on fractions as a part of a whole or part of a set, and teach fractions mostly as parts of a pizza, parts of a pie, etc. Fractions are more than parts of a pizza. Our students must be able to think deeply and conceptually about fractions.

Often we get very focused on fractions as a part of a whole or part of a set, and teach fractions mostly as parts of a pizza, parts of a pie, etc. Fractions are more than parts of a pizza. Our students must be able to think deeply and conceptually about fractions.

My favorite Back To School Activity! It's the perfect whole class activity to help build community in your classroom at the beginning of the school year. Students share what they are looking for in a new friend, and how they can be a good friend to others. Perfect for first, second, third and fourth grade!

My favorite Back To School Activity! It's the perfect whole class activity to help build community in your classroom at the beginning of the school year. Students share what they are looking for in a new friend, and how they can be a good friend to others. Perfect for first, second, third and fourth grade!