Workshop References




Blackline Masters








Dr. Nicki Pinterest Word Problem Board


Kindergarten Exemplar

Cut and Paste



(Copy and paste url)

Greg Tang


Illustrative Mathematics


Inside Mathematics


Math Wire




South Dakota CGI



Thinking Blocks

Virtual Manipulatives

Virtual Math Bars

Virtual Rekenrek



Fluency Links: Remember that some of the links you have to copy and paste because many pdfs don’t link…



Fluency Routines



Don’t Steal the Struggle



Tools for Thinking: (blog-toolkits; pinterest-toolkits, sparklebox toolkits; Get2Math)


  1. Classroom as a Toolkit



  1. Student Toolkit


(cut and paste)







Smash It,

Beaded Number Line

Show it Many Ways

Which One Doesn’t Belong?

Goal Setting, Self-Evaluation




Gamifying Practice


Digitilizing Practice


Leveling Practice – The Continuums/The Sequence -



Daily Practice – 5 to 10 minutes a day



Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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Dr. Nicki:
It was great meeting you at NCTM in the Corwin booth! I have checked out your Website — and I must say that you are providing a gold mine of resources for math teachers! Kudos to you!!

And thanks again for your interest in the books I have authored, Strategies for Teaching Fractions and Strategies for Teaching Whole Number Computation. If you have any questions about those resources, please do not hesitate to contact me at In the meantime, I will mention your Website and blog to the teachers who attend my workshops in the Chicago area.

Best of luck to you — and keep up the super work.

David Spangler

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