# Category Archives: math

Introduction I have chosen Fractions for my Instructional Resource Set. The following books, websites, activities, and resources can all be used to help children better understand the concept of Fractions in the Second Grade.  The resources I’m listing below could … Continue reading

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## Number Sense Instructional Resource Set

Teaching number sense to kindergartners can be fun. Books, manipulatives, and games can all make learning about numbers much more interesting. Hopefully the following information will provide useful resources to teachers and parents when they teach counting forwards, counting backwards from 10, writing … Continue reading

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## Introducing Division

Introduction This post includes a variety of resources (books, websites, lesson plans, games, printables, etc.) that can be used to introduce basic division concepts to students and aid them in committing the basic division facts (dividends to 144) to memory. … Continue reading

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## Counting on Number Sense

Number sense is an intuitive feel for numbers and their relationships. Since number sense is something that develops over time, it is imperative that teachers provide students with a variety of materials and resources. Literature is a great way to  … Continue reading

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Counting is the basic foundation for mathematics and is taught in its more complex forms in the first grade to help students develop strategies and number sense.  Teachers and students can find helpful resources and games that encourage the development of counting skills with counting to 100 and … Continue reading

## Instructional Resource Set-Kindergarten, Counting

Counting can be and should be a fun topic for children to learn.  This blog will offer resources for children and teachers covering the areas of counting, number sense, and number recognition for Kindergartners. There are helpful websites, books, and … Continue reading

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## Teaching Time

Introduction to the topic- This entry covers the topic of telling time.  It focuses on VA SOL 2.12.  The student will tell and write time to the nearest 5 minutes, using analog and digital clock.  There are many great resources … Continue reading

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## Teaching 3rd grade Math: Fractions

The following resources can help in teaching fractions to elementary students. The books and the other resources are a good way to help make learning math fun. Give Me Half written by Stuart Murphy illustrated by G. Brian Karas Splitting … Continue reading

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## Teaching Money with Children’s Literature

Introduction: The resources that are listed below are great examples of materials that can be used in a second grade classroom for a unit on money.  The topics range from counting coin values,  to addition and subtraction of monetary values, … Continue reading

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