Monday, May 1, 2017

Where has the year gone???

I have been so busy that I haven't updated this in a very very long time!!!
As we are down to the last month, I have some resources that I rely on all of the time, and others that I have let slip to the wayside...
http:/// is always a favorite to find great activities for my Daily 3 formatted math class is great for introducing a new topic or reinforcing an old one Rob and Jeremy do a fantastic job explaining concepts to my students in their videos as well as making them laugh at their antics
http:/// I like this site for math practice because it has fun games.  There's more games if you subscribe... but I'm good with the free ones I LOVE this one as well as SumDog for my students because of the game format although this one (thanks to my son's teacher for getting him into this...) does have hints to help students through concepts has games for the kiddos to play that focus on specific concepts.  I just used one last week to help a student with comparing numbers! helps students review basic operations and does self-grading timed tests practice multiplication and feed people?  Of Course!

Well, that's all for now folks.  I'm starting to add new items slowly to my TPT store including a new freebie for multiplying fractions and whole numbers.  Enjoy the last month of school!

Thursday, February 16, 2017

My TpT Store!!!

I've started to put products up on Teachers Pay Teachers that I've created for my kiddos so far this year... Check it out!

4th and 5th grade Interactive Notebooks for Math

I have been working all year on establishing interactive notebooks with my math classes.  I'll be adding resources here periodically as I find them so I can make my notebook even better for my kiddos.

Interactive Notebook examples for multiple subjects 

Runde's Room Interactive Math Journals

Create Teach Share

Fourth Grade Flipper:  This one is for Language Arts but still a good example

Education to the Core

Fourth Grade Team Interactive Math Notebook for Fractions (and a bit of decimals)

Carson Dellosa  I bought these books for both 4th and 5th grade at my local education store and they're great so far!!!