Okay. This post is a random mess. Just warning you! So, we started double-digit subtraction the week before last. Every year, I think they are never going to get it! It is such a tedious process to teach this skill; therefore, I dread introducing it every year. But they are finally getting it! I have made them repeat a subtraction rhyme so much that they are probably dreaming about it at night! I took some pics of what we have been doing to learn the process, but I forgot my camera at school! I created a little packet with some posters, a song, and a rhyme to reinforce double-digit subtraction with and without regrouping if you want to check it out below. I cannot take credit for the rhyme or song. I just had to make some visuals to post for my kiddos.
I have some for double-digit addition with and without regrouping, too.
Next week, we will be ready for the story Nutik, the Wolf Pup. We will be working on variant vowels au and aw. I made a word work packet for my classroom, just because I don't think Treasures word work is too kid-friendly. Plus, the class I have this year needs extra support in spelling and phonics. More so, than any group I have ever had. You can find it below. There is a free word sort in the preview file if you want to pick that up.
I have mentioned before that our school is a Positive Behavior Support school. We were asked to display posters with pictures that go along with each rule. We have three school rules: be respectful, be responsible, and be prepared. You can grab those below for FREE if you are interested.
Have a great rest of the weekend from the Lemonade Stand Teachers!