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Blog for math teachers. The Sadlier Math Blog is a K-8 resource to support deep comprehension of math skills and concepts.

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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...

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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...

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5 Ways to Update Your Methods and Strategies In Teaching Mathematics

If you are feeling like your methods and strategies in teaching mathematics have gotten a little stale, it is time to breath new life into your...

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How to Create Rubrics That Will Enhance STEAM Projects in the Math Classroom

A few years ago, we wanted to start a robotics club in our school. When I say we, I mean the school’s students, parents, and administration. While all...

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How the Number Line Should Be Used 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. With the advent of the...

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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...

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