Boosting important skills in math, literacy, and science can be turned into a fun (and effective) game all with the help of apps. Check out seven of our favorite math apps below and give them a try with your little learner. Montessori Numbers Designed in France, this app helps children grasp the association between quantities and numerals and even introduces decimals along with addition and subtraction.
L’Escapadou, $3. Park Math Children learn math concepts in a playground full of things to count. Duck Duck Moose, $3. Moose Math Featuring five different fun math activities, your child will practice counting, addition and subtraction all while completing tasks like making smoothies in the Moose Juice activity and sorting shapes and colors in the Lost & Found activity. Duck Duck Moose, $2. Math to the Rescue! Blue Bear, $2. Tick Bait’s Universe You University Apps, $5.
Math Doodles Carstens Studios, $3. eManipulatives Grade 1. Math Lesson Plans. In this section you will find Math lessons from kindergarten through high school. Lessons come with options for modifications and differentiation in order to help you cater to the needs of your studs. Many of the lessons are aligned to Common Core State Standards. With that said, these lessons can easily be integrated into an existing curriculum Math curriculum for any grade.
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Money. Clock/Telling Time. Counting. Fractions. Shapes. Base Ten. Place Value. Fact Fluency. Geometry. Multiplication. Game Websites. Hands-on Printables and Activities for Kids - Life Over Cs. HelpingWithMath.com: Math Worksheets, Tables, Charts & Tutoring Help. Print and Play Math Games! - Susan Jones. My first graders have always L-O-V-E-D games and so do I!
As a teacher, it is the perfect way to engage your learners in skill and have them practice, practice, practice. When students are highly engaged, not only are they learning but it gives you an opportunity to meet with students who may need a little more help or some enrichment in a particular area. I am a fan of a simple and engaging games that your students can play over and over and over so I created a line of games that I am over-the-moon excited about called:Print, Play, LEARN!
These are simple partner games that you just print out, the students play, and they are LEARNING the whole time. They are all black and white to save ink and to provide more simplicity in the prep department. Pencils crayons dice paperclips cubes! I will be creating 6 different partner games for each of the following math subjects: Addition Subtraction Number Sense Place Value Time Measurement Money 2D/3D shapes.
BrainPOP. Q&A: Effective Math Instruction Using Children's Literature. Carolyn Felux answered the following question about effective math instruction using children’s literature.
Q. I have an opportunity to work with my district’s language arts coordinator to help teachers use children’s literature in their mathematics instruction. Although I’ve witnessed a few remarkable math lessons using children’s books, my own experience with using literature to teach math is limited. I want to support teachers in providing thoughtful and effective math instruction using children’s literature. What advice can you give me? A. What is the value of spending instructional time in mathematics class using children’s books? We appreciate the opportunity to respond to your question. Early math 2nd grade. Bridging Literature and Mathematics by Visualizing Mathematical Concepts. Overview Featured Resources From Theory to Practice Math-related, informational books, like Steve Jenkins' Actual Size and David M.
Schwartz' If You Hopped Like a Frog, provide the focus for this lesson, which connects reading, writing, math, and science. By exploring the life-size images in Actual Size and the comparisons to familiar objects in both books, students visualize measurements and mathematical proportions, which, in turn, teaches ratio. Back to top Interactive Venn Diagram: Students use this online tool to compare and contrast the elements of two stories read in class. Multigenre Mapper: Students use this online tool to publish their writing, including a drawing and three written texts. Math Books for Kids: The Best Method for Using Them in the Classroom. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. View disclosure policy HERE. The ULTIMATE GUIDE to the BEST math books for kids in primary grades, K-2. Includes a FREE printable book guide you can download and use. Math, Numbers and Measuring: Fiction & nonfiction children's books and activities. Problem-Based Tasks in Math - Learn with Two Rivers. Standards Based Math Rubric. MANIPULATIVES by MATH CONCEPTS. BLOOMS TAXONOMY for MATH.