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National Program
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Common Core
New York
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Critical Thinking for Active Math Minds
Grades 3–6
Preparing for Standards Based Assessments
Grades 7–8
Vocabulary
Vocabulary Workshop, Tools for Comprehension Grades 1–5
Print Program
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Vocabulary Workshop Achieve Grades 6–12+
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Vocabulary Workshop, Tools for Excellence Grades 6–12+
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Interactive Edition
Vocabulary for Success
Grades 6–10
Building an Enriched Vocabulary
Grades 9–12
English Language Arts
Progress English Language Arts Grades K–8
National Program
New York
Grammar & Writing
Grammar Workshop, Tools for Writing
Grades 3–5
Grammar for Writing
Grades 6–12
Writing a Research Paper
Grades 6–12
Writing Workshop
Grades 6–12
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Grades 9–12
Reading
Close Reading of Complex Texts Grades 3–8
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Sadlier Phonics
Grades K–3
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Grades K–3

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A K–8 resource to support deep comprehension of math skills and concepts

Fun DIY Whiteboard Math Warmups for Grades K–6

Student engagement seems to be the name of the game in education. It’s what our supervisors are often looking for when they observe our classes. A great way to create...
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Celebrate Math Achievements– 6 Free Printable Awards for Students

Some of the best days in my math class are when I’m able to see past the everyday challenges of teaching and celebrate successes with my students. Especially with students...
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Hybrid and Distance Learning Math Teaching Strategies

Despite the hectic and ever-changing landscape of education right now, we want to help teachers rise to the occasion, support their students, and help them find success....
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5 Ways to Update Methods & Strategies In Teaching Mathematics

Moving from onsite instruction to remote instruction (or a blend) has forced teachers to assess their methods and strategies in teaching mathematics. Teachers can use this...
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23 Printables for Learning Math While School is Closed

With schools closed across the country, we are witnessing the formation of a new education landscape. During these uncertain times, teachers and parents can continue to make...
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How to Teach Number Lines at Each Grade Level to Support Coherence in Mathematics

Using number lines is one of those topics that are often taken for granted in the elementary and middle school curriculum. Number lines, as a form of representation, help...
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FUN Music and Math Lesson Plan for Grades 1–6

Having a degree in music and being a certified math teacher, I’m often asked, “What is the relationship between math and music?” While some of the relationships between math...
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Three Ways to Use Appropriate Tools Strategically (Mathematical Practice 5)

There is a great deal to say about how to use appropriate tools strategically, which is Mathematical Practice 5 from the Common Core State Standards. It is simple to say that...
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How to Create Rubrics That Will Enhance STEAM Projects in the Math Classroom

STEAM projects are interdisciplinary units. Like any good unit, they should use backwards design principles. When we are clear about the outcomes of the unit, we can plan...
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How to Create Mathematical Discourse That Improves Reasoning, Grades 1–8

“How am I going to get my students reasoning about math in my class?” If you are just getting started in this area or even if you have been at it for a few years, you will...
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How to Use the Standards for Mathematical Practice in K– Grade 2

One way to help students achieve high levels of mathematical proficiency is to use the Standards for Mathematical Practice in addition to content standards. When we are able...
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How to Express Regularity in Repeated Reasoning with Fact Families At the Middle School Level

I have been seeing the usefulness of teaching fact families at the middle school level. As a result, I have been thinking about how students look for and express regularity...
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