# Explore these ideas and more!

Do you teach the multiplication tables in order of 1- 12? I would suggest teaching one easy one set of facts like 1's and linking it to one more difficult like 3's. Then easy, difficult, easy, difficult. I think of it as "build my confidence and now let's work a bit." Also think about what facts go together... like 2's and 4's, and 3's and 6"s.

Fractions Practice: Comparing Fractions to 1/2. This helps students be able use 1/2 as a benchmark when comparing fractions!

7 Scaffolds for Teaching Emerging Readers 1-1 Correspondence at the beginning of the school year, or whenever you notice students not tracking print correctly.

easy and quick way to help kids make meaningful connections in their reading. So simple! Why didn't I think of that?

Multiplication FREEBIE- NO PREP Games by Games 4 Learning - This set is 2 Multiplication Games that review multiplication skills multiplying up to 10x10.