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, […]

## Math Running Records in Action Book Study: Let’s Begin!

Welcome to the beginning of a book study of Math Running Records in Action: A Framework for Assessing Basic Fact Fluency in Grades K-5 by Dr. Nicki Newton. It’s easy to participate–simply read along and comment on posts by sharing what makes you think, what connections you make, what plans are put in motion, etc. I will […]

## Balancing the Equation Book Study Blog Hop Kicks-Off Today!

Just a quick post today to let you all know that some of my fabulous math blogger friends and I are doing a blog hop book study of Balancing the Equation: A Guide to School Mathematics for Educators and Parents by Timothy D. Kanold and Matthew R. Larson. Join a math blogger each day from July 5th – 12th! […]

## Math Running Records in Action: Summer Book Study & Giveaway!

Morning!! I just wanted to give everyone some additional information regarding the Math Running Records In Action summer book study. As many of you already know from a previous Facebook post, this summer I will be hosting a book study of Dr. Nicki Newton’s brand-new book, Math Running Records in Action: A Framework for Assessing […]

## Spotlight on Differentiation: Using Choice Boards in the Mathematics Classroom

Good day! SO glad to be back with you today for the second part of my three part series, Spotlight on Differentiation. In review, reflecting upon my many years of teaching gave me the idea to spotlight strategies for differentiating in a three-part series. Over the years, I have been fortunate to teach in a […]

## Multiplication Tetris: Helping Build a Foundation for Multiplication Fact Fluency

As a second grade teacher, I have the exciting opportunity of helping students build a conceptual understanding of multiplication that will serve as a foundation for the learning that follows. Last year, I came across a phenomenal article in Teaching Children’s Mathematics (May 2015) titled, Three Steps to Mastering Multiplication Facts. The authors, Kling and […]

## A Hundred Days Smarter!: 6 Workstations

Hello all! I know it has been a LONG time since I have posted. With tomorrow being our hundredth day of school, I wanted to share the math stations that we will be doing during guided math. I have posted these stations in the past and have made some minor revisions. Below is an overview […]

## Place Value Cubes: Make Your Own!

This past weekend, I began prepping the at-home math tool bags that I send home with my students after parent-teacher conferences. As I was making place value cubes, I thought I’d do a quick post. I love place value cubes, and so do my students. At the end of this post, there is a link […]

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