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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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Polya’s Problem-Solving Steps: Finding Unknowns Elementary and Middle School

In this article, we'll explore how a focus on finding “unknowns” in math will lead to active problem-solving strategies for Kindergarten to Grade 8...

Jeff Todd

[FREE] March Madness Math Worksheets, Grades 1–6

Let students get in on the bracket battle fun with this March Madness math game! Students will use knowledge of place value to compare numbers, and...

Jeff Todd

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...

Jeff Todd

Gingerbread House STEAM Activity– Math Connections for Grades 1–8

If you are like me, you are wracking your brain for a holiday-themed STEAM activity for your class. There are several possibilities for non-religious...

Jeff Todd

Free Thanksgiving Math Activities, Grades 1–6

Holiday math activities are always popular with students. It can seem hard to connect mathematics with Thanksgiving, so I’m happy here to share with...

Jeff Todd

Word Problem Solving Strategies for Students in  Grades K–4 [Free Templates]

Strategies for solving math word problems should begin as early as Kindergarten or Grade One! As nonfiction reading has seen a stronger emphasis in...

Jeff Todd

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