No Prep Measurement

No Prep Measurement

I posted my No Prep Measurement resource back in 2016. After I posted it, I ended up moving grade levels and never had an opportunity to share about this fun collection of activities. This no prep packet is perfect for third grade math teachers. In this post: Introduction Elapsed Time Length Liquid Volume Mass Introduction It

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Math Fact Fluency

While all students benefit from math fact fluency, students who have difficulty in math may need more experiences and instruction to reach a solid level of fluency and automaticity. Those experiences may need to be more explicit and focused to support students. This post continues the blog series on how to support students who struggle in math

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Math Vocabulary

This post continues the series on teaching students who struggle in math and focuses on the importance of math vocabulary. For most teachers this is an obvious part of the process, but I’d be remiss to leave it out. Math vocabulary is academic language that includes vocabulary and language structures when thinking about, talking about,

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Systematic Instruction

Systematic instruction intentionally builds students’ knowledge over time toward a specific learning outcome. This post continues the blog series on how to support students who struggle and shares strategies to incorporate systematic instruction for students who have difficulty in math. Systematic Instruction – Review I imagine that the review component of systematic instruction isn’t shocking

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