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### 3 Engaging Ways to Anchor Your Math Intervention Lesson

You’re starting a new topic in your math intervention small groups. You know that you want to build UNDERSTANDING in your students rather than just “showing them how to [insert topic here]. You know that math intervention is so much MORE than doing a worksheet together at a small group

### 5 Elements of a Strong Math Intervention Plan

It’s so easy to get caught up in the ever-growing list of things you should or could be doing during your math intervention time but I’m more interested in simplifying and implementing the basics well! The #1 resource I will recommend when it comes to knowing the absolute *musts* in

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### Using Word Problems As A Math Intervention Lesson Hook

When planning a math intervention lesson I work backward. I start with the skill or standard, what I want the students to know. Then, I “think CRA” and determine the models and links that might best support a students’ understanding. Once I know the aim of my lesson and the

### Addition and Subtraction With Regrouping Activities that Build Number Sense

If you are teaching addition and subtraction with regrouping in your classroom you have an opportunity to build number sense at the same time through the activities that you use! Let’s first stop to acknowledge that addition and subtraction with regrouping using the standard algorithm is not a 2nd grade

### Comparing Fractions Through a Number Sense Building Lens

Building number sense doesn’t need to be a separate activity in your classroom. Teaching comparing fractions? Let’s boost your student’s number sense in the process! How can we build number sense? We can build our student’s flexibility with numbers by strengthening their understanding of number relationships including: Each of the

### How to “Catch Up” a Student Who is Behind in Math

If you have a student who might be considered behind in math it can be hard to know where to start so that they can catch up. Sometimes it seems like your student needs “everything”. A few simple principles can help you to determine priorities and set you and your

### Stuck on a Math Skill? Ask these 3 Questions!

We’ve all experienced the feeling when a student is stuck on a math skill. Getting unstuck can be as simple as asking these 3 questions. They will guide you in terms of the most effective steps you can take to get moving forward again! Question #1: Could My Student Demonstrate