Addition 4s and 5s practice Google Classroom Friendly Practice (Free)

One of the resources I’ve been asked for the most lately is student practice that is Google Classroom-friendly. So I’ve shared below practice that anyone can use with their students. Please follow the steps below: 
  1. Click on the picture and make a copy of the practice page. 
  2. Go to Google Classroom and create an assignment. 
  3. Click add and find the practice page you made a copy of. 
  4. Be sure to select make a copy for each student. 
Now students will be able to type in the text boxes and turn it in.  If you’d rather the directions in a video click here
Google Friendly Addition Practice Free

Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly

Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly
Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly
Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly

What Google Classroom-friendly practice would you like to see next? Comment below any subject or skill you’d like to see next on the blog. 

Updated: Grab several more addition worksheets for Google Classroom by clicking on the title below: 


Cooperative Learning Freebies

I have who has math and ela centers

This page is dedicated to the skills cooperative learning sets I am creating to be used during our schools “Intervention/Enrichment Time.” During the intervention/enrichment time, students receive either enrichment or intervention instruction.  A lot of the sets are created to limit the amount of ink needed, so I print these on colored paper. This page was last updated on 3/30/20.

Vocabulary Cube Sets with Matching Cards: 

ELA Sets:

Math Sets: 

I Have…Who Has Sets: 

ELA Sets: 

Dominoes Sets: 

ELA Sets: 

Comparing Fractions Practice

A blog subscriber reached out and requested a quick practice for comparing fractions. Click on the image below to download. Also, please feel free to reach out with resource requests. 
Free comparing fractions worksheets
Click on the image to download


Build your students factoring skills by having students practice finding two numbers that would produce a certain product and a certain sum.

Math worksheets for teachers
Click here for the free download

Teachers who have used the worksheets say they have made a difference in students’ confidence and competence with factoring. You can find the first worksheet I created here and the second set here.  All sets have student worksheets and answer keys. 

Let me know in the comments what you are working on with your students! I’d love to create something for you to use in your classroom. 


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Tennessee Teacher Resources

This page will provide Tennessee educators with resources and information about our standards and TN Ready. If you have resources you would like added, please contact me. I am often updating, so be sure to stop by often. Updated on 1/19/20 

TN State Standards One Page Reference Sheets 

ELA(Print front and back, download for the best print) 

Constructed Response Collection:

Constructed Response Resources: 

Fiction and Nonfiction Unit Plans 

Interactive Practice: 

Websites to Find Free Articles:

Typing Practice Websites: 

Helpful Websites

TN Ready Writing Assessment Rubrics:

2nd-4th Grade Fluency Practice 

TN Ready Assessment Information: 


Where to Find Articles for Article of the Week (AoW)

Article of the week AOL

I have searched the Internet looking for great resources for teachers to use to find an article to use in their classroom to update a post from 2014. I found the following pages that have articles, and some sites also have questions and prompt to go along with the articles. Please let me know if you know of another resource I should add.  

  • Read Works: ReadWorks provides research-based units, lessons, and authentic, leveled non-fiction and literary passages directly to educators online, for free! K-8
  • TweenTribuneA Free K-12 Resource for Teachers to find daily AP news articles with self-scoring quizzes customized by Lexile® level.
  • Kelly Gallagher: You will find the articles Kelly assigned this year (2019-2020) to his students for free
  • Vale Middle: Article of the Week handouts and articles for 19-20.


Day in the Life of a Central Office Supervisor On a County-Wide Sick Day

Day in the life of a central office supervisor on a county-wide sick day
Have you ever wondered what a central office supervisor does on a snow day or sick day when the schools are closed? I kept a running record of my actions and tasks today and shared them below. Comment below if it is anything like you thought it would be. Also, would you be interested in a my day on a regular school day? Let me know! 
  • 6:45 a.m.  Woke up and got ready for work. Shower, makeup, clothes…..
  • 7:55 a.m. Arrive at the office and unload my vehicle from the last PD I conducted and put it all up in the office closet (which needs cleaned) 
  • 8:15 a.m. Check emails and responded as needed 
  • 8:30 a.m. Prepare any last minute notes for the Principals’ Meeting 
  • 8:40 a.m. Answer parent call 
  • 8:45 a.m. Copies for ELA Teachers PD 
  • 8:55 a.m. Send out an email to SS teacher with a great  freeTN SS resources (Click here to see it) 
  • 9:00 a.m. Principals Meeting 
  • 10:00 a.m. Individual chats with principals
  • 10:30 am Answer parent call
  • 10:45 am Answer vendor call 
  • 10:50 a.m Find judges for Science Fair 
  • 11:00 a.m. Answer parent call 
  • 11:05 a.m. Complete travel forms for upcoming training 
  • 11:20 a.m. Create agenda for my next meeting and type up notes from the previous meeting 
  • 12:00 p.m. Meeting 
  • 1:00 p.m. Grab a late lunch while editing pictures for district Facebook page 
  • 1:30 p.m. Upload pictures and create a post on District Facebook and Twitter accounts
  • 1:40 p.m. Create a list of rocking-chair reads versus high quality read alouds for K-2 
  • 2:15 p.m. Answer parent call
  • 2:20 p.m. Compare 2018 Study Island winter results to 2019 Study Island winter results and create charts for principals and teachers. 
  • 3:00 p.m. Answer parent call
  • 3:05 p.m. Answer a vendor call 
  • 3:10 p.m. Create a resource requested by a teacher
  • 3:45 p.m. Answer a admin call 
  • 4:00 p.m. Sign field trip requests, make copies, and send signed copies to principals and to the board 
  • 4:10 p.m. Submit Teachers of the Year, Principal of the Year, and Supervisor of the year to the Core office (Fingers crossed for our people, I know they are great) 
  • 4:20 p.m. Send the Teachers of the Year, Principal of the Year, and Supervisor of the year an email with their Core office applications and tips for competition. 
  • 4:30 p.m. Attempt to clean up my desk and change my status to out to training in Knoxville. 
  • 4:35 p.m. Turn out my lights, lock up, and head to a community meeting. 
Typing it wore me out! Let me know your thoughts on my day! 


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