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Which solving strategy is right for your students?
Students don't learn how to solve problems on their own. Not only do teachers teach math, but they must also teach students how to read and tackle any problem. Learn more about which strategy is best for your classroom. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Simple Lesson Assessment - Organized Classroom
A question about whether students understood the lesson prompted me to write a tip about lesson assessment. Includes a freebie too!
How to Implement Math Problem Solving Strategies
Teaching students math is easy. Teaching students how to read a word problem and solve math problems is a bit more challenging. Find out which strategies we recommend! | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Sideways Storage in the Classroom
Most teachers do not have unlimited space in which to store everything. So we need to be strategic about how everything is put away - as well as how to find it again when we need it.
Teaching Sight Words by Phonics Skill
This set of printable sight word practice booklets is great for building automaticity with regular and irregular high frequency words. You’ll find word lists organized by phonics patterns and three types of practice pages to help students build word automaticity through simple activities that promote orthographic mapping.
First Year Teacher Round-up Blog
We have compiled a range of our blog posts (+ a freebie) that we feel are particularly helpful for beginning teachers. We decided to put them all in one spot, so they are super easy to access. Pick and choose what articles suit you best....
Water Erosion science experiment for kids
This is a fun and easy water erosion experiment for 2nd grade students learning about fast and slow earth changes. Students simulate coastal erosion then engineer a plan to save the lighthouse!