June 1

Another Great Website… www.sanchezclass.com












math_reference_3 www.sanchezclass.com

This is the site where I found this PDF of this awesome reference sheet that I have copied and pasted into this post today. I thought that I would share this site with readers today because this teacher has REALLY taken the time to put together, one of the most resourceful sites, I have found to date.



has awesome resources that you should check out if you teach intermediate grades!!

 It has numerous downloadable math, reading, writing, language arts  activities, technology projects geared towards grades 3 through 6 and I would venture to say they could even be used in Middle School as well.

If you teach a primary grade- then I highly suggest that you check out her recommended “teacher sites” which will give you links to tons of Pre-K through 2nd grade, along with 3rd through 5th for those looking to check out other recommended websites.

There are also links for PARENTS, STUDENTS, and upcoming projects such as “How to build a website”… “Bulletin Board Ideas” and much more.  Check out her site and tell me what you think! If you have a site that you think is great… please let me know and I will highlight it here!

Here is the downloadable pdf for the Math Reference Sheet – 


Posted June 1, 2010 by susanna127 in category Uncategorized

About the Author

Educator of 15 years, mother of 2 beautiful and bright girls and a wonderfully family! I love working with children, I am certified to teach elementary education k-6, ESE K-12, ESL K-12, my current interest is teaching reading through content areas, incorporating technology into classroom instruction, and infusing literature into mathematics block. I hold the following certifications and degrees: NBPTS (McGen), M.Ed, almost finished with Ed.Tech EdS- currently working on PhD in reading/curriculum and instruction...would love your input as to how you incorporate nonfiction texts into your literacy block!! Please share any ideas you have on how you use stations/centers to integrate science, math, and social studies into your classroom routine. Thanks for stopping by!

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