It’s been almost a year (YIKES!) since I participated in a Monday Made It. This one is of the “makeover” variety, as I made over my blog, my Facebook page, and my logo for my TPT store. It took a lot of staring at my computer screen between nursing sessions, but I finished it (and I think it looks pretty neato, if I do say so myself).
Between this massive overhaul and my kiddos, you’d think I was pretty well covered on the “exhausted and busy” scale. NOPE! Come on, you know me! I’m not satisfied unless I’m pulling all-nighters and looking like I haven’t slept in years.
Ah, yes, 200+ pages of differentiated K-2 math goodness! This is something I’d been making for myself since before I went on maternity leave because I was so frustrated with how my math routines and calendar time went this year — so I decided to add a few more options and offer it up for other teachers to utilize. I’m almost finished editing it and proof-reading it (thank you to the fabulous ladies from my Facebook page that offered their time!), and will write my MEGA post in a few days on how I’m planning to beef it up and make the most of my math meeting time this year.
If you’d like to win a “pre-order” of this mammoth resource, leave me a comment with your best tip for teaching all those little math concepts that seem to slip through the cracks (you know the ones — they aren’t beefy enough for a whole unit, but important enough that you have to “hit” them all year long). I’ll choose a winner Friday morning!
Welcome Back!! Your son is absolutely adorable and precious!!
When it comes to those little math concepts I usually will try to cover it in a day or two then put it in a center for practice…for students that need more practice it will become a small group lesson until mastery. Can't wait for the finished product.
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Angela Nerby says
This is my first time visiting your blog (found you through the linky), and I LOVE how happy your design looks 🙂 I dabbled with a math workshop last year, and I think small group is the best way to teach small skills or revisit skills students may not have mastered. That way you can differentiate based on who needs the most practice. Your new pack looks awesome!
Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!