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7 Helpful Posts for Teaching Multiplication

Teaching multiplication can take many forms.  Teachers are always finding new and engaging ways of teaching multiplication.  Whether it be using manipulatives, arrays, songs, tips or strategies, there is no one way of teaching multiplication.…

Warning! Are You Sabotaging Your Students? PART 3

If you haven’t heard by now, you might still be teaching your students some outdated skills.  In Part 1 and Part 2 of this 3-part blog post, I examined such skills as, telling time on…

Warning! Are You Sabotaging Your Students? PART 2

Are you still wondering what other skills students are being taught that may just be outdated?  In PART 1, I examined the concept of teaching time on an analog clock.  Though it is clear that…

Warning! Are You Sabotaging Your Students?

Ok, maybe the headline was a little TOO dramatic.  But I started to think about this the other day when I began teaching these skills:   telling time and counting money.  In ten years, these little second graders…

How to Conquer Multiplication Fluency Using These Powerful Strategies

If you haven’t read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series on multiplication fluency, here’s a recap.  The multiplication fluency strategies fall into two types:  foundational strategies and derivative strategies. The foundational strategies include…

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