Archive | Math

Basketball, Numbers, and Ten Frames, Oh My!

** Post Edited!! I have now created all of the signs and forms needed to play this game at a wide variety of levels! You can work on number identification, place value, patterns on the hundreds chart, addition, subtraction, and measurement. This pack has signs you can print as well as a complete set that […]

Continue Reading

Ten Frame Fun!

We work with ten frames during this time of year to help kids with one to one correspondence, counting, addition, subtraction, and more.  I have a game in mind that I want to do with my kids, so I really wanted to ramp up their competence with ten frames and numbers to 30.  I developed […]

Continue Reading

Pattern Frames!

I used to think that bulletin boards would be one of those really fun and exciting parts of teaching.  Well, it turns out that I am a teacher who tries her hardest to come up with a few bulletin boards that can stand the test of time (at least half of the school year, if […]

Continue Reading

Teaching with Table Signs

I started using my table signs as teaching tools around this time last year.  With so much to teach, and so little time, I was looking for a way to reinforce and review tricky concepts without using a huge amount of teaching time.  Table signs were the answer. Students must hear (and see, and write, […]

Continue Reading

Games Galore!

Something got me really fired up about board games again this week.  I made the realization sometime last year that I should stop buying “educational” board games, and stick with tried and true best sellers.  I started looking at traditional favorites in a whole new light, and discovered the multitude of educational opportunities in many […]

Continue Reading