Are you looking for an easy and engaging way to provide repetitive practice to enhance your students' learning? Stack the Deck is an activity that can increase the odds for successful learning. At some point during my teaching career, I read about this technique somewhere online! All you need for ... Read More about How to Stack the Deck for Successful Learning
I'm looking out my window at wet snow falling on a cold, gray, dreary day! I'm certainly ready for spring- a spring with sunshine; flowers and trees in bloom; and warm showers with rainbows. So, here's a free rainbow themed activity for you to brighten your teaching this spring (or ... Read More about Engage in the Magic of Learning with Roll-A-Rainbow
Who would have thought someone would name an addition fact strategy after a childhood game? When I first came across a reference to Monkey in the Middle as a name for an addition fact strategy, it evoked memories of playing this game as a child! I have also seen this strategy referred to as ... Read More about What is the Best Way to Teach Monkey in the Middle?
Who wouldn't want to warm up with a super-sized mug of hot cocoa on a cold winter's day? Why not let your students whip up a cup of hot cocoa with this free number activity! Try this activity with your kindergarten, first, second or third-grade students. Use the four levels to reinforce ways ... Read More about Warm up with a Free Hot Cocoa Number Activity