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Track your students’ math data by domain, skill by skill with this time-saving Google Sheet. You enter the raw score. Students’ percentages, class averages, and student reporting pages are auto-calculated! Individual student pages are created with NO additional work on your part! Take a peek at each student’s progress- or print for parents! This saves you SO MUCH TIME during report cards or parent-teacher conferences! It’s designed with the CCSS, but is completely editable so you can customize the skills and standards for your state.

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Word problems can be such a struggle. Especially in grades 3rd and up when students have to work through all of the operations and multi-step word problems. Students often struggle

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3 Free Multiplication Games text and Left Right Learn printable game with school supplies next to Multiplication Bump on computer screen

Learning multiplication facts comes through repetitive exposure. My favorite way to build my students’ multiplication fact mastery is through playing games. When they’re playing, they stay engaged which helps them

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Word Problems are often the hardest part of our math instruction. They can visually overwhelm students. They often contain extraneous information or multiple steps for completion. Students often struggle to

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5 Games for Building Addition and Subtraction Fact Fluency text with image of dice

Getting students to master their addition and subtraction facts can be a challenge. I believe in teaching strategies for learning the facts. But, fact fluency is also built through continued

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Why a Word Problem of the Day is a Must

We know that word problems are often a struggle for students. My first year in the classroom, when my students sat down to do the complex, open-ended part of our

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5 Games for Building Multiplication & Division Fact Fluency text with dice displayed

Students’ fact fluency is a pain point year after year and with nearly every grade level, it seems. Getting students to master their multiplication and division facts can be a

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How to Write a Teacher Resume Tips & Templates text and sample one page resume on a dark wood surface

Whether you’re student teaching and writing your first teacher resume with no experience, or if you’re a veteran teacher looking to update your resume as you look for new jobs,

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Teaching the Rock Cycle with Food text with ice cream and magic shell picture

The rock cycle is such a fun unit! Academic vocabulary is such a priority in this unit as students work to understand types of rocks and how they correlate with

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2022 Monthly Printable & Digital Editable Calendars

Each and every year I make printable yearly calendars.  I like these because of their simple design, and notes space. They can be easily customized for anything you need- especially

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Building Phonemic Awareness through Phonics

Phonics and phonemic awareness are sometimes confused, likely because they are related. Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear and manipulate the sounds, phonemes, in words. Phonics is the relationship between

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In continuing my posts on phonological awareness, we’re focusing on phonemic awareness activities. If you missed my posts on What is Phonological Awareness and What is Phonemic Awareness, you might

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What is Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear and manipulate the sounds in words. It is the final component of phonological awareness. These two terms are sometimes incorrectly used interchangeably. The

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