Tag Archives: math

10 Terrific Ways to Use Library Pockets

Library Pockets aren’t just for checking out books. They are so versatile, you can use them in many creative ways in the classroom.  As teachers start preparing for back to school, organization is key. You can use library pockets to stay organized with a classroom job chart, birthday bulletin board and more. Check out a few … Continue reading 10 Terrific Ways to Use Library Pockets »

Math Manipulative Games

Many teachers know that manipulatives are helpful for teaching math to kids, especially younger kids. Using physical objects is a hands-on approach to learning math that helps kids develop math concepts. Pairing number spinners with counters is a great way to teach math by allowing kids to problem solve and count. Here are some great math … Continue reading Math Manipulative Games »

5 Best Practices for Teaching Math

Hello again, it’s Staci from Let’s Teach Something!  I’m so excited to be back with Teacher Created Resources again.  I’m here this time to give you a little insight on some math practices that have best worked in my classroom. Here are my top 5 best practices for teaching math: In & Out Tickets, Scavenger Hunts, … Continue reading 5 Best Practices for Teaching Math »

New Year Crafts and Activities

Hi!  My name is Greg, better known as The Kindergarten Smorgasboard!  I love to share ideas for teaching and learning with lots of glitter, glam and mustaches! I am honored to be a guest blogger for Teacher Created Resources. Today, I’d like to share a fun and simple New Year craft and math activity that you can … Continue reading New Year Crafts and Activities »