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Counting Objects by Twos

One of the cool things about small group instruction is that your lessons often take you down roads you never expected to travel. This week, my third graders were working on adding 3-digit numbers. We were using base-ten blocks to provide the concrete support they...

Take it Past 100

The CCSS and our new Texas TEKS require that students count to 120, rather than 100. I’ve been waiting for the teacher supply companies to catch up and create a 120 pocket chart, and it looks like they finally have. Here’s a link to one of them on Amazon....

Skip-Counting…It Ain’t Just 2s, 5s, and 10s!

Skip-counting is a skill that is often thought of as an activity for students in lower grades. It shows up in the CCSSM in a couple of places: K.CC.1–Count to 100 by ones and by tens 2.NBT.2–Count within 1000; skip-count by 5s, 10s, and 100s And...

Counting by Tens off the Decade on a 100 Chart

I was planning with my Kinder team today, and the discussion turned to skip counting by tens off the decade. Traditionally, when skip counting by tens was taught, we asked students to count the multiples of ten–10, 20, 30, etc.  Counting by tens off the decade...

Halloween Math FREEBIES!

Later this week, mobs of little ghosties, zombies, and princesses will take to the streets!  Add a little Halloween spin to your math activities this week with these free seasonal activities.  Click on the captions for each picture to visit the various blog posts and...

Love Is In the Air!

Are you in the mood for some Valentine fun?  Check out these free resources in my TpT store! The first is a unit of several activities for skip counting by tens. Click here to grab it. Need more skip counting practice?  Check out these hundred charts for practicing...