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 […]

## Spotlight on Differentiation – Using Cubing in the Mathematics Classroom

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 self-contained special education setting and a regular division setting with collaboration (students with individualized education plans included in regular division classroom). My experience in […]

## Fly on the Math Teacher’s Wall – Back to School HOP!

It’s time to join some fabulous fellow math bloggers for another Fly on the Math Teacher’s Wall blog hop! Our focus for the hop is starting the new school year off mathematically. Please take the time to hop around for some wonderful ideas, freebies, and giveaways! Courtney and I have just started back […]

## Makin’ It Math Mid-Month Linky – Back to School

We are thrilled to have you back to join us for our Makin’ It Math mid-month linky! To visit past Makin’ It Math linkies, you can hop on over to our linky archive! Well, for us, August means back to school for a fabulous new year! SO today I share two made-its–one new and one […]

## Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 Book Study – Chapter 17

Thanks for stopping back for the conclusion of our book study of Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics by Van de Walle, Lovin, Karp, and Bay-Williams. To read past posts, you can visit our book study archive. Chapter 17 – Helping Children Use Data The authors start chapter 17 by emphasizing the importance of statistical literacy […]

## Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 Book Study – Chapter 16

Well, we only have two chapters left and our book study of Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 by Van de Walle, Lovin, Karp, and Bay-Williams comes to an end. To read past posts, you can visit our book study archive. Now for chapter 16… Chapter 16 – Developing Geometric Reasoning and Concepts I think many […]

## Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 Book Study – Chapters 14 & 15

Hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday! We continue our book study of Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 by Van de Walle, Lovin, Karp, and Bay-Williams with chapters 14 & 15 about fractions and measurement. To read past posts, you can visit our book study archive. Chapter 14 – Exploring Early Fraction Concepts As PreK-2 teachers, […]

## Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics Book Study PreK-2 Book Study – Chapter 13

Our book study of Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 by Van de Walle, Lovin, Karp, and Bay-Williams continues today with a discussion of chapter 13. You can read past posts by visiting our book study archive. Chapter 13 – Promoting Algebraic Reasoning There are many aspects of this book that are wonderful. I love how […]

## Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 Book Study – Chapter 12

Hoping today’s post finds you doing well! We continue our book study of Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 by Van de Walle, Lovin, Karp, and Bay-Williams with a discussion of chapter 12. To read past posts, simply visit our book study archive! Chapter 12 – Building Strategies for Whole-Number Computation “The days of children memorizing […]

## Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 Book Study – Chapter 11

Hello! So glad to have you here for our discussion of chapter 11 of Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics PreK-2 by Van de Walle, Lovin, Karp, and Bay-Williams. To read past posts, you can visit our book study archive. Chapter 11 – Developing Whole-Number Place-Value Concepts This year I will be teaching my 15th year of 2nd […]

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