Guided Math & Math Stations {Part 2} - Simply Skilled in Second

Guided Math & Math Stations {Part 2}


Hi Friends.... I hope this post finds you all well.  Back in March, I did a blog post about how I implemented Guided Math and Math Stations in my classroom.  Which you can check out by clicking the picture below.  My previous post explains exactly how I implement my guided math program.  So check that out first before downloading the freebies at the bottom :)



I was soooooooooooo happy that I received so many e-mails thanking me for sharing my post.  However, I also received many requests for the resources that I use during my math stations and some of my organizational tools.  So, I decided to create a FREEBIE just for Y.O.U.


Click this image below to download the freebie that contains my Math Stations Recording Sheet, my 10-drawer circle labels, my math log labels and links to the resources that I utilize for my Math Stations.  I hope you enjoy using them in your classroom!


UPDATE:  I have no idea how to make an editable PDF so I am adding my Math Log Labels here in a PPT File so that you can add text boxes to add your students' names.


Thanks  so much for stopping by!

Hugs,

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11 comments

  1. Thanks, ,can't wait to use these!

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  2. I read your previous post on guided math and it was very informative! I need to start implementing guided math in my classroom. Thanks for the amazing freebie. It has saved me tons of time!

    Shelly
    Smiling and Shining in Second Grade

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  3. This is great!! Thank you! Have you read Guided Math by Laney Sammons?? I am in a blog book linky about it you should check it out! (Your not in that gout are you? ) OH and I love your flip books!! I used several last year.

    Chelsea
    Kickin It Whole Brain In Texas

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  4. OK question: How do you deal with the changing out of your station drawer activities? Do you use similar act. all year?? Also, how do you introduce the actives if they are new?
    <3
    Chelsea
    Kickin It Whole Brain In Texas

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  5. I'm trying to work myself up to trying out Guided Math! This is a very useful download! Thank you! =)

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  6. Thank you for the free download! Love the labels for your drawer circle labels. I bought a set of these drawers for around $30 from Sam's Club. Also Michael's usually has them on sale and you can use your teacher discount.

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    1. You can also get them from big lots for about 23 dollars when they put out their back to school stuff

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  7. Thank you so much for this wonderful view into your classroom! I have been wanting to implement Guided Math into my classroom since last year. You have given me the confidence to implement it this year even if it is not perfect. Thank you for the free downloads too! I was wondering if you would be willing to offer the anchor chart also as a free download as I too have the same set of Daily 5 Anchor Charts in my room. I would love the continuity but certainly understand if you prefer not to offer it. Again, thank you so much!

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  8. You are so sweet for sharing!! Thank you I will be putting these to good use :-)
    Karen

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  9. May I ask how your husband cut the notebooks?

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  10. I just found this post and it is a LIFESAVER! There is a huge push for differentiating instruction in my building this year, and your tips and resources are going to make it so much easier for me! Thank you for sharing! I bought your exit slip pack as well!
    Gratefully,
    ~Jennifer

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