Using hands-on concrete materials in their classroom, English Class first graders explored various materials and their attributes this week. They sorted and classified the objects in countless ways, which will help form a good foundation to support future abstract problems and thinking. 138 more words

## Tags » Math

#### Frozen Calculator

With frozen finger and brain alike

I Took the frozen calculator

Add a little, subtract sum

Divide it with multiple numbers

The result is Zero… 90 more words

#### Free Lunch #70

Hello there you remind me of the rainy days. Today is Friday which means it’s time for another Free Lunch! If you don’t know what Free Lunch is, I just type for five minutes about whatever I want to talk about. 431 more words

#### Math Unit 1-Expressions, Equations and Volume

We’ve just started our first math unit! Here are some of the concepts and competencies the students will explore:

Here are links to a letter about the unit and specific strategies we’ll be learning. 74 more words

#### What I wish my Math Teacher would have Known

This year, I am teaching a class called Math Boost. Math Boost is essentially a second math class for students who need just a bit of a “boost” to help them get caught up to their grade level peers. 939 more words

#### How to Format Handwritten Math Exercises

This is my own personal style guide for doing my math homework. I developed this style over a period of many math courses. My instructors have commented that it’s easy to read, and very neat. 955 more words