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the 10 guided math routine that works for students to practice their numbers and counting skills
Guided Math Workshop Routines that Work
An article with 10 tips to get your guided math workshop rolling from the start. This article is for teachers of students in first and second grade. Great examples using BUILD math centers to be used during your math rotations. #guidedmath #BUILDmathcenters
a printable weather chart for kids
Weather Graph/Calendar Weather Graph
Weather Graph/Calendar Weather Graph Too bad I didn't see this before I made one this weekend!
a bulletin board with pictures of cats and the words our class loves the cat
Pete The Cat...And A Freebie! (Kindergarten Rocks!)
Pete The Cat: Students each color a shoe, write their name, and graph which of the Pete books is their favorite. Teaches math skills, graphing, and interpreting a graph.
a poster with the words, graph that organized and shows information using pictures
Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans | Teachers Pay Teachers
Super Data! Anchor Charts and Make-your-Own Surveys. Great for teaching about data collection. Includes bar graphs, tally charts, and pictographs!
a printable birthday graph for kids to practice the number and word recognition skills in their class
First Week!
Here's a graph for charting class birthdays. Have the kids complete it as a class discovery activity.
the sight word graphing worksheet with colored pencils and crayons
Sight Word Graphing Revised!
Sight Word Graphing! A fun way to practice sight words and math skills!
a printable worksheet for students to learn how long is your name?
Back to School Books and a FREEBIE
Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes Back to School #FREEBIE at #Teach123
a white board with sticky notes attached to it's sides and writing on the walls
I Rocked and Lined It Today!
great idea to introduce probability
a printable worksheet to teach children about probably
Probability Activities MEGA Pack of Math Worksheets and Probability Games
PROBABILITY AND PROBLEM SOLVING. Children describe event as likely or less likely and create the probability examples. Children reflect on the process of mathematical problem solving. I would provide a real jar and color marbles.
a sign on a door that says, probably equal chance more likely less likely
A great visual for Probability…not on the blog…just this picture
the back pack graph is shown with an image of a handbag and other items
Nikki and Nacho
FREEBIE ALERT! Check out this backpack graph for Preschool & Kindergarten math