Differentiation seems hard, but it doesn’t have to be. One fast and easy way to differentiate for your whole class is by using task cards. This guide on how to use task cards and differentiate using task cards is designed to help you differentiate for whole group, small group and independent work time. Whole Group […]

## How to Teach 2 Digit Subtraction with Regrouping Strategies

The most difficult concept I taught to my 2nd graders was different 2 digit subtraction with regrouping strategies, HANDS DOWN. These proven strategies helped make two digit addition with regrouping feel easier. Follow these step by step strategies to get your students subtracting 2 digit numbers with ease! I always make these anchor charts WITH […]

## Energize Your Geometry Lesson Plans Doing This Shape Monster Activity

Want to add some FUN to your geometry unit with a fun, printable shape monster activity? Get creative juices flowing with this 1st or 2nd grade project that includes worksheets, printable templates and more. Your geometry unit has never been so fun! Prepping the Shape Monster Print out templates with shapes of different sizes on […]

## 2 Digit Addition Strategies That Will Help Students Soar

2 digit addition strategies are hard. Add in regrouping, and it might even feel impossible. These proven 2 digit addition strategies are a perfect way to help your students tackle addition with regrouping activities. For each strategy, I make an anchor chart with the class. I then allow them to practice these equations for an […]

## Festive Thanksgiving Activities That Will Boost Student Engagement

Looking for fun Thanksgiving activities, printable games, hands on centers, crafts, math activities or other lesson plans for November? Students won’t even know that they are learning when doing these fun turkey activities! November Writing Prompts & Activities Students will LOVE these fun Thanksgiving writing prompts and turkey crafts. Have students write about: Thanksgiving Went […]

## The Ultimate Guide on I Have Who Has Games

Are you looking for a fun way to add games into your lessons? Or maybe you are already interested in trying I Have, Who Have Games, but you are not sure where to start. Either way, you are in the right place. This guide to I Have, Who Has games has everything you need to […]