# enVision Math

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A blogful of teaching ideas for elementary and primary teaching.

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My kids love 3-D shapes even more than they love 2-D shapes! They are super excited to learn everything they can about them, so that makes my job very easy. As always, hands-on exploration is essential in order for students to develop a solid understanding of 3-D shapes. So we play and explore a lot! I let the kids explore 3-D shapes by building, stacking, rolling, etc. Then, together, we create an achor chart. We describe the shapes using both formal and informal language (so the kids can…

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Are your students having a difficult time with counting coins? The Magic Money method has worked for me for the last 9 years of teaching money to 1st and 2nd graders. This download includes: - a chart that students might place in their homework/classroom folders with realistic, dual-sided picture...

Kindergartners love shapes! For most children, learning about shapes is one of their earliest learning experiences--their preschool years are filled with shape games, puzzles and sorting toys. Hence, they come to school with a great deal of background knowledge already. As kindergarten teachers, it is our job to build upon and extend that knowledge. I really want my kids to explore and think about shapes in ways they never have before. So we spend time manipulating concrete models, and then…

FREEBIE!! - I have... Who has? Game and to help students learn to recognize and count money 1 dollar and under. This game features 42 cards in total. CC.2.MD.8 - Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using \$ and ¢ symbols appropriately. Please provide feedback when you download this FREE resource. Thanks!

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…and put up a parking lot! What’s got me humming that tune today? Only a great little formative assessment tool! I was planning with my 3rd grade team yesterday, and we got into a discussion about formative assessments. It reminded me of a tool called an Answer Board that I was introduced to by a […]

Systematic, fun, and differentiated materials/activities for teaching your students to successfully identify and count coins.

This product is a math test covering beginning of the year common core standards for second grade. The assessment includes the following skills: addition, subtraction, word problems, missing addend, skip-counting, place value, greater than, less than, odd. I use this assessment for the first nine we...

Students will have fun using these Snowflake Number Charts and response sheets! Teach your students to count to 100 by 1's, 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's with these color coded charts. They can be used in whole group teaching or in centers for additional practice. The charts can be useful for your class in...