Lisa Cowie

Lisa Cowie

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A blog post on ways to build math facts fluency with subtraction and addition.

Find some ideas for improving math fact fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. I really like the tip for tracking progress that helps all students feel successful with their progress.

Fact Fluency in First Grade

# Another puzzle activity idea to practice addition fact fluency. Could be used in math centers. - Awesome math stations and activities for addition fact fluency!

A farming family decided to start from scratch rather than renovate – the results are a modern farmhouse that’s everything they dreamed of and more  Who lives here?  Sarah Isbister, husband Gareth (both cattle farmers), and Harriet, 3, plus border terrier Floyd and Poppy the cat.  New-build tips Have fun! Building a house is such …

A farming family decided to start from scratch rather than renovate – the results are a modern farmhouse that’s everything they dreamed of and more Who lives here? Sarah Isbister, husband Gareth (both cattle farmers), and Harriet, plus border terrier

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number chains - Great hands on way to learn number facts & build automatic recall- also great for a christmas decoration!

Begin teaching NUMBER BONDS by using Use paper chains in different colours ti demonstrate. To the tune of Row Row Row your boat 9 and 1 are number bonds 8 and 2 are friends 7 and 3 6 and 4 5 and 5 are twins. Later, have them show it different ways.

Freebie! This is bite size phonics cryptogram puzzle. In this activity, students will use a letter/number key to crack the code of an encrypted question with 'silent e' words. After decoding the question, they will read it for comprehension and circle 'Yes' or 'No' for their answer. The encrypted question is: Can a pig bake a cake?

This is bite size phonics cryptogram puzzle. In this activity, students…

Freebie! This the third cryptogram puzzle from my phonics cryptogram series. In this activity, students will use a letter/number key to crack the code of an encrypted question with CVC words. After decoding the question, they will read it for comprehension and circle 'Yes' or 'No' for their answer. The question asked in this is cryptogram is: Can a bug sit on a log? Graphics from http://www.mycutegraphic...

In this activity, students will use a letter/number key to crack the code of an encrypted question with CVC words. After decoding the question, they will read it for comprehension and circle 'Yes' or 'No' for their answer.

Number of the Day Workbook. Practise * Finding the number on a 100 chart. * Writing numbers in words. * Representing numbers using 10s and 1s. * Place numbers on a number line. * Write the number in expanded form. * Drawing tallies * More and Less.:

Number of the Day Workbook. Practise * Finding the number on a 100 chart. * Writing numbers in words. * Representing numbers using and * Place numbers on a number line. * Write the number in expanded form. * Drawing tallies * More and Less.