Teaching math in the upper grades doesn’t have to be difficult. In these articles, you will find resources to help you get started with math centers, activities to engage your students, and strategies and tools to give you the confidence you need to teach all of your students.

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  • Get (and keep) your guided math instruction organized and running efficiently with these FREE guided math binder forms!
  • This post breaks down how one teacher teaches math in 5th grade and how her weekly math instruction is structured, including the math resources needed.
  • Do you want your guided math centers running smoothly from the start of the year to the end of the year? *raises hand*. Then, you need a strong launch. This post looks at important guidelines to follow when you launch guided math centers in your classroom AND links to example sequences for launching as well as FREE starter packs for grades 3-5.
  • Guided math allows teachers to meet the needs of all of their learners. This collection of posts and resources will help you implement guided math in your classroom!
  • FREE Launching Math Centers Starter Pack for 3rd-5th Grade. Use these FREE guided math centers to get math centers up in running at the beginning of the school year.
  • FREE math partner games for multiplication and division facts. These partner games are super low-prep and engaging. They work great for math centers, math partner games, and even early finishers.

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Welcome friends! I’m Jennifer Findley: a teacher, mother, and avid reader. I believe that with the right resources, mindset, and strategies, all students can achieve at high levels and learn to love learning. My goal is to provide resources and strategies to inspire you and help make this belief a reality for your students. Learn more about me.