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Free Number Sense Boosters

Could your students’ number sense use a boost? These quick and simple activities improve number sense while engaging your students.

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The 5 Tools You Need to Build a Math Toolkit

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Number Sense is NOT a Separate Math Skill!

I’ve talked to more than a few teachers who have mentioned that their students’ weakest area is number sense. “Maybe I should just slow down my instruction and work on number sense for a while.” they say. But here’s the thing- number sense doesn’t need to be separate from your

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CREATING MATH GROUPS & GOALS IN 4 EASY STEPS

Nothing feels better than working with a small group of students who are just getting it. During whole group instruction, there are always some students who seem to be drowning and getting them into the right math groups with the right math goals can be the absolute make or break

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4 Things You Need to Know to Develop Number Sense

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How to Overcome the Top 5 CRA Math Model Obstacles

There’s math theory and then there is real life in the classroom. You may LOVE the idea of the CRA math model but you may wonder how you can incorporate this type of model with a classroom full of students with varying needs. Let’s dive into some common roadblocks to

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How To Effectively Use the CRA Progression

You used hands-on materials all last week in math. Your students were rockstars. This week you were sure your students were ready to take the blocks away and move to a drawing instead. And your students fell flat. You were sure they were ready and you are left questioning what

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