Close this search box.
Ready to LEARN more about Math Workshop?

Category: Teaching

Using Math Stations in the Middle School classroom can be daunting but when you have tried and tested materials created and used by other teachers you know that they can and will work in your classroom while also engaging your students. Math may not be fun for all but these centers are perfect for you sixth, seventh and eighth grader math students.

More Math Stations That Work!

This week I just wanted to post about some amazing work stations that I had once again in my class! I’m thinking this might become a weekly post to share the greatness that is out there! First up, my kiddos played with Hooting Rounding Decimals Dominoes by Bayside Teacher. I

Read More »

Decimal Shopping Spree Project

Last week as a wrap-up to our unit on Adding and Subtracting Decimals I had my student’s participate in a real life project to test their skills. I added in a twist of some financial literacy (Texas added this to our TEKS in K-8th Grade for Math) to keep track

Read More »

Finally Flipping!

Some of you may know that over the past few months I have been working day in and day out on a huge Flippable Template Pack. Well, I finally set myself a deadline and have it ready to go! This mega pack is filled with a total of 29 templates

Read More »

Favorite Things…

One of my favorite things as a teacher is being able to take part in a giveaway for other teachers! I joined up with The Wise Owl to be a part of her 100 Follower Giveaway that ends this weekend. For her giveaway, I have donated my Place Value Task

Read More »

More Work Station Magic!

This week for work stations my students were reviewing skills with decimals. I pulled out a game that I had created “Retro Ordering Decimal War” and another game that I found on TpT from the amazing Jennifer Findley called “Decimal Place Value Spooky Sort“. The groups that started at Decimal

Read More »

Organization is Empowering!

This week on a visit to Wal-Mart, I was on a mission to see if they had marked down the Back to School $0.88 items and sure enough, they were now down to $0.30 each. I was on the hunt for more stickers for my classroom as that is working

Read More »

Currently…, a Winner and a Freebie!

Yes, I wanted to do more than just a currently today but alas it is 5:17pm and I need to go home. 🙂 I do have a winner from the giveaway posted for the FREE Flippables! And the winner is………..   And, on top of that, I have a FREEBIE for everyone!

Read More »

Work Stations Work!

Many of you know that I began teaching Resource Math this year for the first time along with my 7th grade math and Newspaper classes. I am absolutely head over heels in love with these two classes that I have. My 7th Grade Resource Math has a total of 10

Read More »

It’s Already October?

Oh my goodness, where has the time gone? I have been using all of my spare moments working on things for my classroom that I truly didn’t realize that it was already October! Where have I been? Like I said, it has been a crazy busy time and I’m working

Read More »

Equations are Everything!

As a result of trying to continue to pre-plan, this weekend I knew that I was going to be introducing expressions and equations to my 7th graders. As a review for next week, I wanted to extend their thinking on how to find equations within a word problem and be

Read More »

Teach Me About Math Workshop!

Looking for all the latest about using Math Workshop in the Middle Grades? Join today and grab the FREE Editable Math Workshop Sheets and all of the great emails to come your way!