**1. How do you organize the curriculum?**

**2. What does a typical lesson look like?**

- Fluency practice (5 mins) *more on this later in the post.
- New concept introduction mini-lesson (5 mins)
- Whole group explore (10 mins)
- Student application (5-10 mins)
- Share (5 mins)

**3. Is it aligned to the standards?**

**4. How do you display your math vocabulary wall?**

**5. How do you address fluency?**

**6. How do you pick partners?**

**7. Do the units have to be taught in order?**

**8. How do you fit it all in?**

**9. Do you do math centers too?**

**10. Do you have homework too?**

**BONUS Question: Do you teach math in a small group setting?**

We sure do! Some students need to revisit skills or they need to be taught in a smaller setting. Some students are ready to go beyond the skills taught in the mini-lesson. I am happy to report that Deedee Wills and I are working on these mini-lessons and activities RIGHT NOW! They will be available in May 2017!In the meantime, these are the math resources we currently have available.

SolaCola says

May 10 at 5:04 pmHello,

I have used and loved your Kindergarten Math Bundle. I will be teaching the second grade this coming year. Do you have any suggestions for a second grade Math supplement? Thank you!!!