Back to School Math Resources
Even though this back to school season is not exactly “normal,” we have some new resources to support your teaching! Whether you are back to in-person learning, teaching remotely, homeschooling, or a mix…we’ve got you covered!
As a bonus, these items and more will ALL be on sale at Teachers Pay Teachers August 31- and September 1!
Back to School Review Units in Math (Grades 1-5)
Each of our two-week units come complete with printables, digital student visual support, comprehensive lesson plans, and engaging activities that will help your students start the year with a math-packed review of previous year standards. For older students, most practice pages also come in a self-graded Google Form format just in case you have to do something remotely. It is also a fantastic set of lessons to use for intervention!
Check it out here:
Back to School Math Fun!
This is a perfect way to start the year with math! Included are two blackline master versions of a math poster to show students how numbers and math are all around us. Great for primary and upper grades! As a bonus, we’ve included a Back to School Math Survey to help you understand your students’ mindset towards math AND help each student set a math goal!
Get it on Teachers Pay Teachers!
Number of the Day (Grades 2-5)
This set of Number of the Day templates comes with a set of student blackline printables and PDF Google Slides! Each Number of the Day is open-ended and can be used with any number that fits student needs and what you’re teaching in math. Templates grow change in complexity as the year goes on and students are more confident working with numbers!
These templates are also found in our Daily Brain Boosts, 180 days of Spiral Math Review for the whole year (see below!)
Check out the Numbers of the Day here: Grades 2-3 | Grades 4-5
180 Days of Spiral Math Review (Grades 2-5)
These sets contain 180 days of engaging, standards-aligned spiral reviews for math. Each day has its own blackline master for students AND corresponding Google Slides. The year starts with a review of previous standards, and then progresses into a spiral review all year long of the current grade’s math skills and concepts.
Don’t just use our daily spiral reviews for math warmups: they are also great as an intervention tool, for formative assessment, centers work, games, and so much more!
Get our Daily Brain Boosts here:
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We hope you have a wonderful 2021-22 school year, however you are teaching!