To help kiddos develop their fact fluency they need to start seeing relationships between the facts they know and the facts they don’t know. This video explains a way to have your kiddos create their own set of “strategy cards” based upon their own personal Known & Unknown Facts.
I LOVE the use of concrete manipulatives to help build kiddos' understandings of math concepts....but the management of all those materials can drive you crazy. So, in this video I show you some of my favorite ways to manage manipulative use in your classroom.
"More often than not, our work around MP7...is subtle and spontaneous because it emerges from the work our students do in the moment." Flynn, p.154, 2017 This month, the TASK video isn't a specific task, but a request to have you look for spontaneous moments that you can help your students Look For & Make [...]
In this month's webinar we talk about the 3 types of tasks that we recommend you do in an intervention. One of them is Games, but the problem with games is the time it takes to teach kids the rules of all the games. So, I prefer to use Evergreen Games. I've talked about Evergreen games [...]
This activity is quick and easy to do and it is easily adapted for all grade levels...PLUS, no needed materials. However, if you want to use the PowerPoint slides I used in this video, go HERE to make a copy of the slides. This activity is a great way to help kids start to develop their understanding [...]