December 27, 2015

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December 26, 2015

Flash FREEBIE Linky Party! CVC Center FREEBIE!

Freebies expire January 1st!

In the spirit of the holidays I thought I'd give my followers a little flash freebie!

Students match the spelling with their pictures then use the recording sheet to record answers! 

You can download this center for FREE HERE! Please provide feedback on my TPT store and let me know what you think!

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December 12, 2015

Guided Math Activities

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Let's talk guided math. 

We started implementing guided math in my school about 2 years ago. Prior to my guided math awakening I was making 4 math centers per day. I found myself stressed about not only the excruciating prep of creating so many activities each day, but I also struggled to get finished with the centers. When the idea of guided math was introduced, I greeted the change with open arms. 

So here's what works for me. I implement guided math by creating 5 math centers per week. I group my students heterogeneously and they rotate to a new center each day. During this time, I pull students who struggled during the math lesson and provide a reteach lesson individually. This means that most of my math centers are completed independently by the students. I'm lucky enough to have a full-time assistant in my classroom who is able to take a math center are help others while I'm with my reteach group. 

Here's how I organize my group rotations each week...
I write student names on each group. I laminated stars and write the weekly center on each star with dry-erase and attach a magnet. When I rotate groups, I simply move the stars over 1 place. This way, students know which center to go to. I organize centers in numbered buckets shown below. 

See? Easy breezy!

Currently, I'm working with my students on addition and subtraction. I'd love to share some resources I've found to be useful in my guided math groups. 

First, I made a Guided Math Center Bundle. You can get it HERE. This week, we used the Spin and Subtract center. Here, students spin subtraction sentences. This is great because I was actually able to use it 2 weeks in a row. Because they spin different combinations of numbers, the possibilities are endless!

I also used a similar Spin & Add center. Here, students build number sentences. 

I also made some lower-maintenance addition math worksheets which require no-prep! Hellloooo sanity-saver! Here are some of the activities I'll be using!


I also have no-prep geometry math worksheets for kinder!









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