Learn my approach to setting up Guided Math in your classroom. Instead of doing traditional rotations, I've developed a system that allows for maximum differentiation. Students will use a must do may do chart to guide them through their independent work and centers. This approach is great for guided math in second, third, fourth, and fifth grades. I even have resources you can use and a free download so you can sample guided math for your grade level.

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Doubles Facts Freebie- I like the real world connections- would help with understanding even/ odd, too!

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A great way to help your child master numbers 1 to 100 and number patterns is by playing a number math game. This FUN Hundreds Chart Battleship is a free printable, hands on hundreds chart game that uses a 100s chart! This is such fun counting to 100 game for your pre k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade student.

"Guess Who?: math games make math time so much more fun! These Guess Who? math games are great for math workshop, math centers, or guided math time. You can use any version including place value games and "Guess What Number?" These math games allow for differentiation during math workshop. They make awesome enrichment activities and early finisher activities. Pick from several versions including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and more!