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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.

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Comparing Fractions to 1/2

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

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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.

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Bright Ideas Blog Hop: Meaningful Connections

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.