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Math Resources for At-Home Learning

Math Resources for At-Home Learning

Whether you're teaching your lucky little learners from home or providing supplement materials for summer learning, you'll want to find lessons and activities that are engaging and fun! Students have been spending a lot of time in front of screens, so your math...

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Distance Learning Resources

Distance Learning Resources

Teachers all over the world are finding themselves in an interesting situation as they teach their students from afar. After working with thousands of teachers, we have noticed that distance learning looks very different from district to district. Some districts are...

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How to Use Symbaloo

How to Use Symbaloo

Have you discovered the joy of Symbaloo yet in your classroom? It’s the perfect tool to bookmark websites and share online resources. You can use Symbaloo to organize your own tools as well as share with your students. As many teachers begin distance learning,...

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21 Genius Tips for Distance Learning Motivation

21 Genius Tips for Distance Learning Motivation

Parents are feeling the pressure as they attempt to help their students with their school work from home. A common question that teachers are hearing from parents is, "How do I motivate my kid(s) to do their work?" Distance learning motivation is a hot topic right now...

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35 Useful Remote Learning Resources

35 Useful Remote Learning Resources

More and more teachers are searching for remote learning resources due to the outbreak of COVID-19. This post is going to save you hours and hours of endless scrolling to find the perfect website, app, or no prep activities to help your students. We have searched high...

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Fall Math Centers

Fall Math Centers

It's officially fall so it's time to bust out those October and November Math Centers, friends! Yep, grab them out of of your file cabinet or tote and get them into your students' hands. Let's walk through the centers for the month! Below there are examples from both...

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Math Center FAQ’s & Answers

Math Center FAQ’s & Answers

This post highlights all the math center FAQ's and Answers that are asked often. Don't see your question answered? Comment on the post and I will get it added! Math Center FAQ's & Answers Do you correct the center activities? Short answer, no.  Feel...

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2nd Grade Math Schedule

2nd Grade Math Schedule

The key when planning your 2nd grade math schedule is to keep procedures and time consistent from day to day. This way students know what to expect whether you're there or a sub is there in your place. Also, if the flow is predictable, kids can spend their energy on...

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Math Center Activities

Math Center Activities

Math centers are a very important part of the math block but you must have enough math center activities to keep your students engaged all year. The math center activities should be fairly independent and it's ideal if they are hands-on, engaging, and self-correcting...

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2nd Grade Math Centers: Launching & Management

2nd Grade Math Centers: Launching & Management

Whether you are launching 2nd grade math centers at the beginning of the school year or even mid-year, it is essential that you go through the necessary steps to lay the foundation for the successful management of math center time. https://youtu.be/qHIyuivcseg Slow...

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How to Set Up Math Centers

How to Set Up Math Centers

Math centers setup is a very important piece of a successful math centers time. Questions to consider would be the following: Are the materials organized in a way that easy for the students to understand? Does everything have an intentional place for organization? Do...

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How to Organize Math and Literacy Centers

How to Organize Math and Literacy Centers

Teaching math and literacy in the primary grades involves a lot of tools and papers, especially in your centers. So how do we organize our math and literacy centers? The key to effective center planning is top-notch math center organization of all your materials....

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Flexible Grouping in Math

Flexible Grouping in Math

Flexible grouping is a great way to set up for math centers. What this means is that once a student has been placed in a group, this does not determine their ability level in math for the rest of the year. In fact, as teachers look at data, students will move around...

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Math Centers Reflection Time

Math Centers Reflection Time

One of the most common concerns teachers have about math centers is the management piece.  Besides visual timers, visual groups on display, consistent center activities, and an official attention getter/signal, the other important component for students is...

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7 Ways to Use Task Cards

7 Ways to Use Task Cards

Task cards are becoming a widely used instructional and practice tool in classrooms all over the world. They are versatile, great for centers or interventions, can be used as an early finisher activity, and even sub plans. But how exactly can task cards be used in the...

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Using Exit Tickets to Differentiate Instruction

Using Exit Tickets to Differentiate Instruction

Exit tickets are a snapshot for the teacher to gain quick understanding of exactly where each student is at when it comes to mastery of a skill. Exit tickets are a great tool to use to determine the pathway of instruction. They can also be used to help group students...

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DIY Mini Anchor Chart Stand

DIY Mini Anchor Chart Stand

Do you ever wish you had another set of hands at your guided reading or guided math table? An anchor chart stand is the answer. These are great for holding visuals, directions, anchor charts, vocabulary cards, or an example of a task the students need to complete....

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Must-Do, May-Do

Must-Do, May-Do

One of the things teachers often struggle with is the idea of teaching small groups.  Even if a teacher knows exactly what to do within the groups, there is the lingering question of “What are the other students doing while I am meeting with small groups?”.  This is...

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Math Puzzles in the Classroom

Math Puzzles in the Classroom

Teachers are always looking for ways for their students to practice math skills.  Math puzzles are a great option because they are engaging, independent, self-correcting, and easy to prep. What are Math Puzzles Math puzzles are a hands on option for students to...

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CUBES Math Strategy

CUBES Math Strategy

Students seem to see a story problem and freeze.  Story problems prove to be a tough concept for students to grasp.  The CUBES math strategy is a great tool for students to have to help successfully solve story problems. What is the CUBES Math Strategy The...

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Videos that Teach Graphing

Videos that Teach Graphing

Graphing in 1st grade and 2nd grade doesn't have to be boring or tricky.  Yes, there are a lot of concepts to teach within graphing but it can be accomplished successfully with the help of math graphing videos that teach different graphing concepts.  I like...

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Videos that Teach Time

Videos that Teach Time

Teaching time does not have to be hard!  Introduce concepts such as time to the hour, time to the half hour, time to the nearest 5 minutes, and much more through the use of math videos.  We have put together a list of fun, appropriate, and informative math...

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Videos that Teach Money

Videos that Teach Money

Teaching students about the concept of money can be overwhelming.  Coin identification, values, and sums can all be introduced through a variety of fun, appropriate, and informative math videos that teach money.  We have compiled a list of kid-friendly...

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Videos that Teach Subtraction

Videos that Teach Subtraction

Introducing students to the concept of subtraction can be fun and interesting!  We have compiled a list of videos that teach subtraction that are both informative and appropriate for students.  Enjoy! Subtraction for Kids | Classroom Edition for 1st &...

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May Math Centers for 2nd Grade

May Math Centers for 2nd Grade

The end of the year can be tricky when it comes to keeping students engaged and learning.  These digital and printable May math centers can be the perfect way to take your math block up a notch so you can keep your students learning through the end of the school...

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Math Centers Storage

Math Centers Storage

You have all these math centers but now what?  Are you wondering what the best math centers storage options are for your classroom?  I have a bunch of storage options that can work for any budget! Math Centers Storage Options on Video If you'd prefer to skip...

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Spiral Math Review

Spiral Math Review

Spiral Math Review is something that should be an every day routine in the classroom.  If done consistently and effectively, students should master all the concepts that need to be learned by the end of the school year with ease! But... it is a LOT of work to...

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Videos that Teach Tally Marks

Videos that Teach Tally Marks

Tally marks are taught to students as a way to collect data totals as well as keeping track of scores.  Young students who are learning how to make tally marks would benefit from this collection of videos.  Tally marks are also great practice when it comes...

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Activities for Teaching Geometry

Activities for Teaching Geometry

Teaching geometry to students can be a fun and engaging task.  There are many opportunities for hands-on practice with a geometry unit.  Here is a collection of videos, books, anchor charts, freebies, and other activities that will make learning geometry fun in your...

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Everything You Need to Know About Math Centers

Everything You Need to Know About Math Centers

How do math centers look in your classroom?  Ideally, it's a time for students to work independently on a differentiated task while the teacher is working with students in a small group setting.  Of course, there is a lot more to it such as student...

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Math Fact Fluency Sticks

Math Fact Fluency Sticks

Math Fact Fluency Sticks are a powerful tool for students to use in the 1st grade or 2nd grade classroom. I believe in this system because it is developmentally appropriate, research based, and meets the needs and ability levels of all the students in your classroom...

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Videos that Teach Multiplication

Videos that Teach Multiplication

Introducing multiplication to students needs to be interesting and capture their attention.  Math videos that teach multiplication are a great option!  Students can be introduced to multiplication facts, the multiplication chart, and more through these...

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Videos that Teach Subitizing

Videos that Teach Subitizing

Subitizing, or the ability to recognize the total number of objects without counting, is a foundational math skill that young learners need to master.  When introducing subitizing, math videos are a great way to get students familiar with and excited about...

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November Math Centers

November Math Centers

November Math Centers are perfect for the fall! I intentionally designed these resources to include the skills that are covered during the month of November.  Activities in this post are part of the 1st grade and 2nd grade packs. There are 10 math centers that are...

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October Math Centers

October Math Centers

October seems to be the month where teachers are finally feeling a little more confident with how centers are running and being managed.  Students have learned the established routine and hopefully things are starting to feel a little more like a well oiled...

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Math Notebooks in the Primary Grades

Math Notebooks in the Primary Grades

Math notebooks can be an amazing math tool in the primary grades.  They are interactive, engaging, and hands-on but also serve as the perfect portfolio to showcase a students' learning and understanding of the math skills throughout the year. After using math...

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35 Fool-Proof Ways to Master Math Fact Fluency

35 Fool-Proof Ways to Master Math Fact Fluency

Math fact fluency mastery is one of the biggest challenges teachers face when it comes to students and math.  It is a crucial skill for all students to master and yet so many students fall short.  Thanks to the Lucky Little Learners Facebook Community, here...

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Task Card Organization Tips

Task Card Organization Tips

Task cards are the perfect way to prepare for a test, practice skills in small groups during centers, or even to use individually as an early finisher.  Task cards are becoming a must have staple in the classroom and because of this, it's important to have an...

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February Math Centers

February Math Centers

February...one of my favorite months to teach at an elementary school.  It's the month of kindness, friendship, love, and Valentine's Day fun.  February math centers is one way I like to implement this theme along with some authentic learning of course.  Keep your...

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Videos That Teach Kids Measurement

Videos That Teach Kids Measurement

Measurement is one of those topics that can be pretty tricky for some students to grasp.  The overall topic of measurement covers a ton of information and even as an adult, I find that it can be overwhelming to retain it all!  Finding ways to keep kids...

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Children’s Books That Teach Measurement

Children’s Books That Teach Measurement

Measurement is one of those math concepts that can be really fun and hands-on to teach - but it can also be quite tricky.  I always found it somewhat difficult to explain the some of the logistics of measurement to my students.  For instance,...

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Kid-Friendly Videos That Teach Fractions

Kids love videos – all teachers know that!  My students actually cheer when they know I'm about to put a video on - even before they know what it is.  This is precisely why including videos in your math lessons can be an incredibly useful mode of instruction...

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Children’s Books That Teach Fractions

Children’s Books That Teach Fractions

Fractions can be one of the most difficult math concepts for kids to grasp.  And while using a variety of manipulatives or hands-on activities can be very effective while teaching fractions, sometimes a great storybook is all you need! Math-focused storybooks are an...

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Kid Friendly Videos That Teach Geometry

Kid Friendly Videos That Teach Geometry

Kids are often very visual when it comes to learning - which makes incorporating videos into your lessons a fun an easy tool to use that addresses their visual needs.  Especially when it comes to math!  Your students may not expect you to play a...

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January Math Centers

January Math Centers

It's time to talk math centers for January!  Winter has officially arrived.  Up here in Minnesota the snow is piling up, the temperatures are below freezing, and the snow sports are in full force.  I use these winter themed math centers as a way of practicing skills...

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Children’s Books that Teach Geometry

Children’s Books that Teach Geometry

Geometry was always one of my favorite subjects in school as a student, but as a teacher, it can be a challenging topic to teach.  Introducing geometry-focused story books is an excellent strategy for helping your students gain a deeper understanding of the subject...

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Christmas Math Centers

Christmas Math Centers

December can be a challenging month for classroom teachers.  Christmas Math centers can be a great way to keep your 2nd graders engaged and learning throughout the month.  Take a look at 10 Christmas math centers that your students could be doing this month....

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Kid Friendly Videos that Teach Addition

Kid Friendly Videos that Teach Addition

        Addition Song- My Dog Addition(2:57) Introduce the concept of addition with this fun song! Don't forget to count along with dog Addition as she gains more and more weight!  I especially love it that this song includes manipulative...

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