Over the years, we have collected MANY math websites that we believe are valuable to students. Teachers who use our Simple Solutions books have had access to them for several years. We are now offering these valuable resources to our Summer Solutions parents! Click on the desired grade level to see a list of websites, sorted by topics and […]
We have created two math activities to celebrate leap day, although this activity can be used any day of the year! The primary Counting On worksheet contains problems that are similar to what can be found in our first grade Standards-Based Simple Solutions and Summer Solutions books. To complete the problems, students start with the […]
Summer Solutions has a new book this summer: Summer Solutions Spanish Review for Level 4. The newest book to our Summer Solutions series is for elementary school students who have learned some Spanish at school or in an extracurricular program. This book is appropriate for students who have completed 3rd or 4th grade. social media […]
Snow is starting to fall in Northeast Ohio and to celebrate we’ve created a “Flurry of Math” to keep your students’ math skills sharp. The worksheet for each grade is coded with the Common Core State Standard that it reinforces. social media Follow Simple Solutions!
Kentucky Studies applies the Simple Solutions Approach to Kentucky’s 4th grade academic standards and incorporates the 5 big ideas: geography, history, government, economics, and culture.
Teachers who use Simple Solutions know that the S2TaR Center has some amazing features that are included when a class set of books is purchased. Not only will they find the Simple Solutions Teacher Editions, but supplemental Resources, a Worksheet Generator, and Digital Quizzes. Simple Solutions Digital Quizzes are an easy way for a […]
Download a lesson about the Wright Brothers from the Simple Solutions Ohio Studies book. Click on the image below to download the free lesson! Click here for an answer key.
We wrote about Bertie Bott’s Every-Flavour Beans1 which included such culinary delights as vomit, rotten egg, soap, and booger in Level 2 of our Reading Comprehension series. No surprise that the opening of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway has led Jelly Belly to re-release this popular treat which, for the faint of […]
Hey there, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade teachers! School starts soon, and if you’re like a lot of my friends, you’re looking for ways to “do more with less.” Okay, I’m not a fan of that euphemism either. Too often, teachers are told “there is no budget” for the high-quality instructional materials they need. Yet, […]
As my profile states, I am a Cleveland Indians fan. Inhabitants of Northeast Ohio understand what that means. You see, we have witnessed a lot of exciting baseball in our town, and we have come REALLY close to winning it ALL. But it’s been 71 years since we’ve won a World Series. My 89-year-old mother […]