Professional Development

January 27, 2013

Sweet Numbers and Giveaway!

I hope you all have been enjoying this BEAUTIFUL Sunday!! At least here in Texas it’s gorgeous outside! I have been working on this for the last 3 hours so I am completely ready to just keep it short and close my computer for the day and go enjoy the weather!!

Here is a peak at my new unit Sweet Numbers.  It is a 5 day teaching unit that teaches about identifying and comparing numbers 50-80.  It also teaches using 4 different number models, or ways to represent numbers. It’s aligned with TEKS and CSCOPE, of course.

**click the picture to check it out in my TpT store and see the preview

I’m going to give it away to 2 lucky winners, too! Enter below! a Rafflecopter giveaway

Happy Teaching,


FREE Subitizing Cards

Make math FUN with this subitizing game. It includes numbers one through ten, and students play it similarly to War. Just download, print, laminate, and you’ll be totally set. Grab it today and boost your students’ math skills!

Hi, I'm Amanda

I’m a K-1 teacher who is passionate about making lessons your students love and that are easy to implement for teachers.  Helping teachers like you navigate their way through their literacy block brings me great joy. I am a lifelong learner who loves staying on top of current literacy learning and practices. Here, you’ll find the tools you need to move your K-2 students forward!


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  1. SO glad I found your blog! I’m a first grade teacher in Texas and our district just told us they are adopting CSCOPE for us to use next year. My team had a training last week and we are sooo overwhelmed!! I’m hoping it’s not as bad (so much to read and go through) as it seems!!!

    With all that said, I would love to win your packet!!

    For the Love of First Grade

    1. HANG ON!! It’s a wild ride and many things do not make sense at all. Example: We taught MLK back in October. WHAT?!?! Crazy, I know! Math is good, but A LOT to work through. ELAR is okay, but definitely not my favorite. I have taught for the last 3 years with a balanced literacy model approach. CSCOPE doesn’t have all of those pieces. This is my second year with CSCOPE and this is better than the first, but I’m still not a big fan of it. Sad news, I know….

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