Math Reference Sheet (freebie)

Several of my parents have told me their child has been having a hard time completing their math homework at home lately. Fact fluency just isn't a skill we have developed yet. 

Our main strategies for adding and subtracting are using number lines and Touch Math in my class. To help my students out, I made this reference sheet for them to keep in their folders.

This math reference sheet helps students be successful while working on addition and subtraction problems as homework or independent work.

And the good news is that my parents said it really helped my students independently complete homework! Yay! 

You can download your own copy {here}.




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Making Valentine's Day Arrays!


The holidays are tons of fun, but it's sometimes difficult to find 
resources that fit your curriculum AND let you have holiday fun.


I made this array activity to help my 3rd graders practice their multiplication facts 
as well as celebrate Valentine's Day.  It was really helpful and they enjoyed it!

The kiddos had to create an array using the different hearts.  They also had to add 
the repeated addition sentence and multiplication sentence to match their array.  

Here's a glimpse of what the final product may look like:


You can download the array freebie {HERE} or 
by clicking on either of the pics above.

I hope you and your kids enjoy Valentine's Day!


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February Desktop Calendar

Hey there! It’s Megan from I Teach. What’s Your Superpower?  I’m here with another desktop calendar for you.  I {LOVE} Valentines Day.  It’s one of my all time favorite holidays.  Candy, flowers, and showing love?  Check, check, and check.

This gorgeous LOVE graphic is by Easy Print PD, and it’s just beautiful.  I hope this gives you a little happy each time you look at your computer screen this month.





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