1. Proportions and Ratios summary. Group Tracking Sheets. 3. Expectation Grid 2010. Basic Facts worksheets by stages- GOOD. Basic facts practise sheets in Stages Ensure your child is on the Stage that they are working on at school.

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You are only moments away from a VERY POWERFUL, highly interactive number sense strategy that can be used at any grade level! This post includes 50 (fifty!) Free, downloadable PowerPoint math lessons! Watch the video, download some (or all) of the lessons, and experience what happens when you unleash this resource in your classroom! I’ve been excited to click the Publish button on this post for several weeks! UPDATE: The Fraction Splat! Splat Through 10How many dots are under the Splat? Splat 1.1 Splat 1.2 Splat 1.3 Splat 1.4 Splat 1.5 Splat Through 20How many dots are under the Splat? Splat 2.1 Splat 2.2 Splat 2.3 Splat 2.4 Splat 2.5 Multiple Splats(Note: Splats that are the same color must cover the same number.) Splat 3.1 Splat 3.2 Splat 3.3 Splat 3.4 Splat 3.5 Instant Multiple Splat(Note: An additional feature of this level is the opportunity to ask, “What could the total be?”) Splat 4.1Splat 4.2Splat 4.3Splat 4.4Splat 4.5. Basic%20facts%20kit%20copy.

Google Sheets - create and edit spreadsheets online, for free. NZ Maths Scope and Sequence (Year 3 and 4) Week of Inspirational Math. Learning About Shapes: A 2 week unit of lesson plans on 2D and 3D shapes for F/1/2Australian Curriculum Lessons. This document is designed to expand on and broaden student’s knowledge of two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes.

The lessons are designed for students to not only learn shape names, but the features of shapes with a lot of the lessons emphasizing on the following feature concepts; sides, corners and edges. This fits seamlessly into the Australian Curriculum where the aim is for students to be provided with educational opportunities to describe shapes and objects using everyday words such as ‘corners’, ‘edges’ and ‘faces’. Overall the aim is for students to recognise and classify familiar two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects using obvious features. The lessons throughout this document cater for Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences as they are diverse in nature and cater for many different learning styles. Mult%20Div%20Planning%20Sheet.

Maths Weekly Plan Template. Math Teachers Should Encourage Their Students to Count Using Their Fingers in Class. A few weeks ago I (Jo Boaler) was working in my Stanford office when the silence of the room was interrupted by a phone call.

A mother called me to report that her 5-year-old daughter had come home from school crying because her teacher had not allowed her to count on her fingers. This is not an isolated event—schools across the country regularly ban finger use in classrooms or communicate to students that they are babyish. This is despite a compelling and rather surprising branch of neuroscience that shows the importance of an area of our brain that “sees” fingers, well beyond the time and age that people use their fingers to count. In a study published last year, the researchers Ilaria Berteletti and James R.

Booth analyzed a specific region of our brain that is dedicated to the perception and representation of fingers known as the somatosensory finger area. Finger%20Activities%20vF. Dynamically Created Math Worksheets. Dynamically Created Math Worksheets. Dynamically Created Math Worksheets. 21funmathgames. Phonics Worksheets (Advanced) Teaching Financial Literacy to Children! Stage%200%20Learning%20Intentions%20%20 %20Number,%20Stratergies,%20Strand%202013. Mathsleadteachers - Pick Up Workshop 1. MathsgroupsplansStages1 6 Generic template. Number Lesson Starters and Online Activities. Number Starters: A Very Strange Game: Four different actions depending on the number which appears.

Abundant Buses: A game based around the concept of abundant numbers. Add 'em: Add up a sequence of consecutive numbers. Can you find a quick way to do it? All The Nines: Add up all the numbers in the nine times table. Dice addition. Minecraft Multiplication Practice - Christy's Houseful of Chaos. Are you looking for ways to convince your children to practice their multiplication facts?

There are many places to get minecraft flashcards with random minecraft pictures and random multiplication facts, but I wanted a way in which to give my seven year old more practice with the multiplication that is integral to minecraft itself. I decided to work on just the multiples of four and six and I devised both some instructions for him to work through on the computer and a set of cards to play with at the kitchen table. Download the cards here: minecraftmemorymatchcards The sets are as follows: set for multiples of four – shown through the woodplanks in multiples of four plus the logs which can be used to craft them.set for multiples of six – shown through the woodplanks in multiples of six plus the stairs which can be crafted from them.

Memorymatchcards.pdf. Blacklines, templates - get2MATH K-5. JulyFREEBIEInteractiveHundredsChart. One is a snail, ten is a crab: A counting feet book. You clever monkey: One is a Snail, Ten is a Crab. I've used the picture book One Is a Snail, Ten is a Crab: A Counting by Feet Book (affiliate link) a few different ways now.

It's such a great book with beautifully bright illustrations, many different number uses and a sense of humour making it a great read aloud book for all ages. I love using books in lots of different areas other than English and this one is perfect for Maths. This term I used it to help support number sense in the classroom. I knew that both year levels had done some work around skip counting (counting by 2s and 5s) last term so I used this text early in the first week of term as a review. We began by reading the book aloud and talking about the numbers as we went along. I encouraged the children to predict the numbers or characters that might come next. The follow-on activity involved making flip books. The Yr1s counted by 2s The Yr2 counted by 5s. We used an A3 template that I had made and photocopied. One is a snail, ten is a crab.

File_download. File_download. Math and English: free printable math materials in English for mative students and ESL math students. Times Tales- The fast and easy way to learn the upper times tables! Maths Centre - The NZ Centre of Mathematics. Mathematics Assessment. Using the IKAN: Knowledge Assessment for Numeracy. Game-MathsTag. File_download. Truck-pattern-cards-pack-encrypted1. Free, printable. Snoopymathsmat. Free Resources - Maths Resource, Mathematical Language Free Display Posters. ChevronNumberPosters. Rkboard Connections: 5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play.

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It's Leigh from The Applicious Teacher! I am super excited to be blogging at Corkboard Connections today. I'm sharing a practice that I use to help increase my students' engagement and number sense during my math block. Do you play games in your classroom? Wait... what?! As a third grade teacher, I know how limited our time can be, so I am here to share with you 5 math games you should take the time to play this year! This game can be played in a k-5 classroom. Here's how to play...

The idea is simple, but can be modified for your students. Other Variations Students sit down on a certain multiples (like the multiples of 7) Students don't say the multiple. This paper and pencil game works well in second to fifth grade classrooms and can be played by teams of students (like boys against girls) or in pairs. To play, students take turns rolling the dice. Home. The Mathematics Shed - Mathematics Shed. Bobbie maths overview. Holiday-math-st-patrick-day. Millennium Mathematics Project. Super Teacher Worksheets. E-ako maths. Google Docs - create and edit documents online, for free.

Mathematics. The Common Core State Standards call for students to engage in rigorous content work, developing both conceptual and procedural understandings of mathematics and applying their understanding to solve authentic problems.

In order for all students to develop this in-depth knowledge of mathematics, teachers must teach ambitiously. Our vision of ambitious mathematics instruction is guided by a set of principles about children and the work of teaching. These include viewing children as sense-makers and knowing students as individuals and learners. Teachers must provide all students with equitable access to rigorous academic work and be responsive to the requirements of the school environment while at the same time working to improve schools as institutions in a democracy. Developing a vision of ambitious teaching and putting it into practice is complex work. Hilary's Blog. NZC Mathematics Standards for years 1 8 poster.

Number. Statistics. Measurement. Gloss Tests. Place Value. Probability. Geometry. Fractions. General math resources. Pearson - Home. Maths-I-Cans-By-Stage. Math-problem-solving.