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# Math Coach's Corner

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 Workshop, not worksheets! K-5 resources for developing number sense.

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Number bonds are powerful tools for helping children learn to compose and decompose numbers and learn their number combinations, which is a key understanding for developing number sense. This number combinationunit includes instructions for
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Students explore the relationships between whole numbers, fractions, and decimals using familiar models--money and base-ten blocks. This 52-page unit contains 6 pages of instructional suggestions along with the following: â€¢ 2 place value mats
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Understanding the true meaning of the equal sign--knowing that 5=3+2 is perfectly acceptable--is a really tricky concept for most young students. This unit provides concrete learning experiences to build a sturdy foundation and several engaging
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This set of cards is based on an activity by John Van de Walle. Students determine a covered missing part by using the whole and visible part. Great for small group instruction, whole group instruction, or math centers. Cards contain all
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You want low-prep, standards-based math workstation tasks that build student number sense through research-based activities, right? Well, you've come to the right place! This set of activities is aligned to the K-2 CCSS and TEKS. Print, laminate,
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Extend student understanding of numbers and the patterns in a hundreds chart all the way to 1,000! This set includes: - Eleven hundred charts showing numbers from 1-1000 - Eleven partially filled in hundred charts for numbers from 1-1000 -120
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A MUST HAVE for the primary classroom! You'll never think of flash cards the same way again after using this set of dot cards to provide strategy-based, representational practice with addition and subtraction facts. The cards are three to a page
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These colorful posters illustrate and explain the Common Core Mathematical Practices in kid-friendly terms. Three pages of teaching notes explain the practices in laymen's terms. Also includes a B & W line-art page that's perfect for kiddos to
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Learning combinations for the numbers from 5 to 10 will be all swimming downstream with this adorable fish unit. Download the preview to see the materials that are included and read 3 pages of teacher notes. Check out this blog post to see
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Number bonds are powerful tools for helping children learn their number combinations to 10. Number combinations is another way to say compose and decompose numbers. These cards are a great companion to the cards in Number Combinations: Using
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Rekenrek translates loosely to calculation rack or arithmetic rack, and it was designed by a Dutch mathematician. The rekenrek is a great visual model for developing a strong sense of 5 and 10, and it supports a strategy-based approach for learning
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Fun aliens adorn the games in this unit and will lead your students toward a deeper understanding of multiplication. Download the preview for a complete description of what is included and to read three pages of teacher notes. â€¢ Capture 4 strategy
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Are your students still counting objects one-by-one? Then it's time to get them subitizing! The ability to subitize, or instantly recognize small arrangements of items, is a foundational skill for developing number sense. Get these for
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These colorful posters illustrate and explain the Common Core Mathematical Practices in kid-friendly terms. Three pages of teaching notes explain the practices in laymen's terms. Also includes a B & W line-art page that's perfect for kiddos to
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In recent years there has been a huge shift away from rote memorization of math facts and toward a strategy-based approach for learning math facts. There's a big difference between memorizing and understanding. The activities in this unit focus on
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Students explore place value and number relationships with NINE different workstation activities. Contains: 1. Teacher notes 2. Student instruction cards, game cards, and game boards for 9 different activities â€¢ Number line representations of
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This unit is packed with materials for teaching five different common core number and operations standards. It includes whole group instruction, workstation activities, a whole class game, partner games, and printables. Download the preview to
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Measurement is such a tough concept for our kiddos, and it's often because they don't get enough concrete experiences to build a strong understanding. The 5 sets of task cards in this unit take students from tiling figures (concrete), to counting
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Your students will love practicing multiples with this face-paced partner game! Players try to deplete their deck of cards by being the first to play either the next or previous multiple of a given number on the card showing. Includes decks of
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Incorporate these cards into your daily warm-up for an engaging activity that will help students build a strong understanding of tens and ones. Perfect for Number Talks as students discuss not only what number they see but how they see it. Also
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Donna Boucher has been an educator for more than twenty years, with classroom experience in grades 2-5. As a campus-based K-5 math instructional coach, she found a passion for early numeracy and worked with K-2 teachers to take the mystery out of teaching math. As a K-5 math interventionist, Donna put theory into practice on a daily basis. She has spoken at numerous state and national conferences, and through her blog, Math Coachâ€™s Corner, she is able to share her love for math with a worldwide audience. Donna is also the coauthor of Guided Math Workshop.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Having taught grades 3-5 for most of my career, primary (K-2) math is now a passion. I look for ways to prevent the gaps I saw in my 3-5 students. I try to create activities and resources that are engaging, but contain sound math. Multiple representations and activities that follow the CRA (concrete-->representational-->abstract) sequence of instruction are my specialty. I also try to make products that are easy for teachers to put together and implement in their classrooms.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I keep busy presenting at both the state and national level: NCTM Annual Meeting and Exposition, 2014; NCTM Regional Conference, Baltimore, 2013; Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), 2013-2015; Illinois ASCD PreK-K Conference Featured Speaker, 2015; SDE Singapore Math Conference, 2014

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

With an accounting information systems background, teaching is my second career, so I look at math through a real-world lens. I am a life-long learning and continue my education through online book studies, blogging, reading, and engaging with other educators around the world on Twitter.

Let's get social! Visit my blog for K-5 math tips and freebies you can use tomorrow in your classroom. You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter.