Math is a very important part of our day.  I am very passionate about teaching math because it is a skill that we use in our everyday lives.  I always relate math to things that the students are familiar with so that they gain a better understanding of each mathematical concept and its importance.  I frequently have the students play math games to reinforce concepts that were taught during instruction.  These games and hands-on activities keep the students engaged in the learning process. The math program that is used in class is called enVisionMATH.  It is a math program that balances skill instruction with instruction that develops conceptual understanding through problem based interactive and visual learning. 

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enVisionMATH Program Philosophy
Key focal points:
Conceptual Development- Interactive Learning + Visual Learning
Ongoing assessment, diagnosis, and intervention
Differentiated instruction

  Print this useful Math Reference Guide!!

Print this useful Multiplication Chart!!

enVisionMATH Online

To access enVisionMATH online please visit

Once you are on the site, please have your child login.  Your children have all been given their login information in class.  You child's login information, in most cases, is there last name and the first letter of their first name.  It should be all lowercase letters with no spaces.  For example:  If your child's name is John Smith, he should login as smithj

The password for every student is: student.

*Some students in the class will have to use their last name and the first two letters of their first name. *

Parents:  If you would like to learn more about the enVisionMATH program, click here to view a YouTube video.

The math units that we cover throughout the year are:


Adding Whole Numbers

Subtraction Number Sense

Subtracting Whole Numbers to Solve Problems

Multiplication Meanings and Facts

Multiplication Fact Strategies:  Use Known Facts

Division Meanings

Division Facts

Solids and Shapes

Understanding Fractions

Customary Measurement

Metric Measurement

Perimeter, Area, and Volume

Time and Temperature

Multiplying Greater Numbers

Dividing with 1-Digit Numbers

Data, Graphs, and Probability


  Math Fact Practice


Math Problem of the Week

Miss Small has 17 notebooks.  Mrs. Scala has 19 notebooks.  How many notebooks do they have in all?