I have seen the many cute anchor charts to remind students how to tell if a number is odd or even with Even Steven and Odd Todd. The charts include a list of numbers to look for in the ones place–even 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 and odd 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. If this is all […]

## Let’s Talk About Math!: A Night for Parents

I had the wonderful opportunity to meet with parents this week to talk about math. This was a separate night set aside solely to meet with the parents of the students in my classroom. We have had all-school math nights in the past, but I like to get together with parents to talk in more detail about the goals […]

## Math Running Records: Q & A with Dr. Nicki Newton

Today I come to you with Dr. Nicki’s Q & A about Math Running Records! This Q & A was arranged in conjunction with the book study recently hosted here at Adventures in Guided Math. Visit the Math Running Records in Action Book Study Archive to learn more and take advantage of some wonderful resources. Many thanks go out to Dr. Nicki! Q1: There […]

## Math Running Records in Action Book Study: The Division Running Record

Good day! Today we conclude our book study of Math Running Records in Action: A Framework for Assessing Basic Fact Fluency in Grades K-5 by Dr. Nicki Newton. The Division Running Record is the subject of Section V. If you are just arriving today, you can view the book study archive to read past posts by clicking on the Book Studies drop […]

## Math Running Records in Action Book Study: The Multiplication Running Record

Welcome! Today we continue our book study of Math Running Records in Action: A Framework for Assessing Basic Fact Fluency in Grades K-5 by Dr. Nicki Newton. Section IV is all about the Multiplication Running Record. If you are just arriving today, you’re not too late! You can view the book study archive to read past posts by clicking on the Book Studies drop […]

## Math Running Records in Action Book Study: The Subtraction Running Record

Good day! Welcome as we continue our book study of Math Running Records in Action: A Framework for Assessing Basic Fact Fluency in Grades K-5 by Dr. Nicki Newton. Today we move on to Section III–The Subtraction Running Record. If you are just arriving today, you’re not too late! You can view the book study archive to read past posts by clicking […]

## Math Running Records in Action Book Study: The Addition Running Record

Welcome back to our book study of Math Running Records in Action: A Framework for Assessing Basic Fact Fluency in Grades K-5 by Dr. Nicki Newton. Many joined in last week as we got the ball rolling. Today we move on to Section II–all about the Addition Running Record. If you are just arriving today, now worries! You can […]

## Balancing the Equation: How to Help Your Child Learn Mathematics

Welcome to Chapter 5 of our Balancing the Equation book study blog hop! If you haven’t already, get yourself a copy of Balancing the Equation: A Guide to School Mathematics for Educators & Parents by Matthew R. Larson & Timothy D. Kanold. It’s a MUST read! Summary: Chapter 5 – How to Help Your Child Learn Mathematics Fittingly, […]

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