5 Amazing Resources For Multiplication And Division Fact Practice I Love

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I want my students to master their math facts which means they need lots of multiplication and division fact practice. While this does have a heavy emphasis on memorization, the automaticity of basic math facts is necessary in order for… Read more5 Amazing Resources For Multiplication And Division Fact Practice I Love

4 Strategies to Develop a Strong Math Vocabulary with Upper Elementary Students

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We want our students to be strong mathematicians with a conceptual understanding of the mathematical topics we teach. I believe that understanding math vocabulary is an important part of students’ overall math performance since understanding vocabulary helps develop students into… Read more4 Strategies to Develop a Strong Math Vocabulary with Upper Elementary Students

Why I love Math Computation about the 50 States: Cross Curricular Math and Social Studies

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Connecting arithmetic skills with state facts is an engaging way to make more time for cross curricular math and social studies practice that both my students and I love.  Fit it all in with Cross Curricular Math and Social Studies… Read moreWhy I love Math Computation about the 50 States: Cross Curricular Math and Social Studies

4 Multiplication Strategies That My Students Love

Multiplication Strategies That My Students Love

Multiplication strategies seems to be the bulk of third grade math curriculum for my students. They work on understanding the meaning of multiplication and mastering multiplication facts with factors 0-12. Even after students understand multiplication in terms of “equal groups… Read more4 Multiplication Strategies That My Students Love