I am joining the Math pins Linky Party from Just Reed. I have so many ideas in my pinterest boards and it was fun revisiting some of them. I am linking the pictures back to their original blog posts, not my pinterest boards. If you want to see or follow my pinterest boards, there is a link on the sidebar (see you there!).
1. This is an excellent anchor chart was made by Kathryn at Kindergarten, Kindergarten (a great blog but she only posts sporadically. I am hoping she starts up again.) We made a shorter version this year. I always love her phrasing.
|Mrs. Huff's Kinderblog|
|First Grade Garden|
6. I tried very hard to use our math journals for problem solving this year (much more than in years past). I like how this example has more than one way to solve the problem.
Little Minds at Work
7. Isn't this great? Cheap, visual, nothing to lose. Love it!
|Mrs. T's First Grade Class|
|Learning to the Core|
9. This activity is a great example of hands on learning for math tubs. Easy to put together, engaging, easy to differentiate. Love it.
|Common Core Connections|
Thanks to Ashley at Just Reed for having a great linky party! Go over and check out some more math ideas!