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Teaching sequencing (and 6 other reading skills) using a scaffolded approach. A must- have!

Teach Your Child to Read - Teaching sequencing (and 6 other reading skills) using a scaffolded approach. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

FREE 3rd grade guided math centers and activities to try out with your students! These math activities are perfect for math centers, guided math stations, or even early finishers in math class. Click through to grab several freebies for your 3rd grade math centers.

FREE grade guided math centers and activities to try out with your students! These math activities are perfect for math centers, guided math stations, or even early finishers in math class. Click through to grab several freebies for your grade mat

Mentor Texts for Teaching Inferences

If you are looking for inference mentor texts or read alouds for teaching inferences, definitely check out this post. It shares 6 read alouds that are perfect for teaching your students to make inferences.

Today marks the start of Random Acts of Kindness Week and my students are not always the greatest at being kind to one another. For this reason, I've decided to start a 28-day Kindness Challenge in my classroom tomorrow in honor of #RAKWeek2017. Each student is given a challenge sheet with 28 ways they can be kind at school.

Today marks the start of Random Acts of Kindness Week and my students are not always the greatest at being kind to one another. For this reason, I've decided to start a Kindness Challenge in my classroom tomorrow in honor of Each stud

Use this simple strategy to help your students understand and solve math word problems more accurately. Oh, and pick up a free set of posters for all eleven addition and subtraction math word problem types.

Is your wish to help students feel successful and confident when solving math word problems? If so, you will want to read about a strategy that has significantly helped students become better problem solvers.

Student-created math word problems bulletin board with self-checking QR codes. I've done this fun, free activity with 2nd and 4th grade students and it's my favorite activity for teaching word problem strategies. They love solving each others' problems and coming up to the board with the iPads. For more ideas and activities for using QR codes in the elementary classroom, visit the iTeach 1:1 blog.

It’s no secret that I love using QR codes in my classroom, but this year I’ve been trying to incorporate more student -created Q.

Check out this FREE math fluency flip book that’s perfectly suited for your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. Give your kids different strategies to build their number sense. This is a great way to review addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Add it to your whole class lesson plan or use for math centers, small groups, or whole class teaching. {fourth, fifth, sixth graders, freebie, upper elementary}

In order to effectively teach math fluency, we must define fluency. In years past math fluency has simply been defined as the speedy recall of math facts.

It's Okay to Provide Math Accommodations! Fair isn't always equal. Here are five math accommodations for your students!