I searched all over for something for my math journals that could keep the students (and me) a little more organized. When I couldn't find what I needed...I decided to make it. This resource is definitely a labor of love. I am using it myself this
'Tis the season to have something in your back pocket...just in case. This is perfect for that. These activities go along with the text "How to Catch an Elf" by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton. If you don't have the text, no worries. There are
THESE ARE ADORABLE! One of my most popular printable ever! Just print and cut! Sized for both zipper sandwich bags (6.5 inches wide) and the smaller clear treat bags (4.5 inches wide). Prints 2 to a page. One for students and two for a teacher (pink
Love my math dividers but need another subject? another grade level? different standards? NOW YOU CAN CUSTOMIZE YOUR OWN! Using my templates, you can add your own vocabulary, standards, titles and information.
No need to resize...these dividers
*show/prove effective parent communication?
*be on top of your math curriculum?
*look organized and professional?
*BE A ROCKSTAR MATH TEACHER?!
These unit overviews coincide perfectly with my TEKS-based journal dividers but are also a
I love this activity to introduce our division unit each year! We use the text The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins to discover division concepts like 'sharing,' 'equal groups,' and 'holders.'
This resource has everything you need to create a
Need a quick and easy thank you note? I've got you covered! Print these on colorful paper, cut apart and you're ready to go.
1 female character thank you
1 male character thank you
Printed 2 per page