## Engaging Games for Composing and Decomposing Numbers

After spending several weeks exploring number bonds, this week I’ve been working with my firsties on composing and decomposing 5. This has been such a fun week as we used…

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## Engaging Games for Composing and Decomposing Numbers

## Anchor Charts to Support Math Workshop

## Number Recognition to 6: Roll and Graph Freebie

## Ordering Numbers on a Number Line

## Using Math Stretches for a Daily Warm-Up

## Oh Yes They Can! Kindergarten Math

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After spending several weeks exploring number bonds, this week I’ve been working with my firsties on composing and decomposing 5. This has been such a fun week as we used…

We’re a month into the new school year, and I took a spin around the building yesterday afternoon to snap some pictures of anchor charts that teachers have created to…

As teachers move toward a Guided Math structure for teaching math, they quickly understand how important it is to establish routines and build a climate of learning in the early…

Workstation activities don’t need to be complicated. They just need to allow students to practice their standards! Take for example this little workstation activity for ordering numbers on a number…

If you are a Laney Sammons fan, then you probably already know about Math Stretches. Part of Laney’s Guided Math framework is Morning Math Warm-Ups. Sammons explains that just like…

The goal of mathematics instruction is to help our students become capable, confident mathematicians. That’s really pretty huge, when you think about it. We certainly need our kiddos to be able to compute precisely…