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Number Talks: How and Why? Plus, 5 weeks of Number Talks for FREE. Perfect for guided math or math centers! (The Brown Bag Teacher)

Number Talks can be built into your daily schedule as short, daily exercises aimed at building number sense and flexibility in number thinking.

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10 ways to add protein to your breakfastGet your mornings off to the best start in 2016 with these tasty breakfasts, each one a source of natural protein.Explore more ways to enjoy protein over at the graze online shop, including chia, pumpkin and sunflow

Math Mania Games! FREE Games to Help Build Math Skills

Fluently add and subtract within I would use this in my hands-on math station during centers. FREE Games to Help Build Math Skills

Display classroom rules, procedures, expectations for treating others and supplies, and sub behavior policies in these anchor charts!

Display classroom rules, procedures, expectations for treating others and supplies, and sub behavior policies in these anchor charts!

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning.

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning. Ask each student to choose one and write it on an exit slip.

I recently organised an event in my school: ‘Mastering Maths Day’. The aim was to encourage further embedding of ‘mastery’ activities in everyday maths lessons and also to…

Everything You Need To Run A Whole School Maths Mastery Event

Free printable Maori pattern background instant display digital lettering sets for classroom bulletin board display, scrapbooking etc.

Printable Alphabet Lettering Sets with patterned backgrounds, brighen up your classroom with these free resources!

Subitizing involves instantly recognizing a small quantity of objects. Read how to move your students beyond simple (perceptual) subitizing and help them develop the ability to instantly compose subgroups into a whole (conceptual).

Subitizing: Moving from Perceptual to Conceptual - Math Coach's Corner