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# More Math Posts from the Archive

### Teaching NBT for 1st and 2nd

Place value has evolved since Common Core came around. It’s not just tens and ones houses anymore. The understanding between how hundreds, tens, and ones

### Quick Math Resources

It isn’t always easy to find resources for Common Core math. Some curriculum is CCSS-aligned, but you find that there are many standards that are

### Halloween Math Ideas for Kids

The month of October is such a fun time to get kids excited for Halloween! I am going to give you some fun Halloween math

### Telling Time Activities

I blogged about some of my favorite telling time activities back in 2013 in this blog post! I’ve added some fun activities to my telling time

### Teaching Money in Primary Grades

Maybe I’m crazy, but I LOVE teaching money in primary grades. It’s so, so difficult, but once they get it, they love it! (Except for

### What is 4 Cubes Long? FREE Math Activity

Check out my students having a blast on a hunt. I challenged them to find things in the classroom that were the length of 4

### Fun with Doubles

We are currently learning addition strategies in our My Math. We had two days of doubles and near doubles. I decided to throw in some

### Three Digit Addition and Subtraction

We started our three-digit addition and subtraction centers for review on Wednesday and repeated them on Thursday. Today was our test, and I think the

### Clocks and Telling Time Ideas

This is my first year of teaching time. Teaching Kindergarten, I was never allowed to really teach time, so being my first year in 2nd

### Double Digit Subtraction Centers

Today, we practiced our double-digit subtraction with some centers. We have spent the last two weeks learning about each specific strategy, and then we wrapped

### 100th Day Activities and Fun (and a freebie)!

Today was the 100th Day in the classroom! Therefore, I decided to have some fun with my students! Last week, I sent home an assignment