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Digital Content Curation-TEKS. Kindergarten Activity 1.
This resource is designed for Kindergarten and relates to the TEKS because students will use this worksheet as a method of practice to read, write and represent whole numbers from 0-20 by filling in the missing numbers in order from 1-20. I would use this in my own classroom as a bell ringer. – mebryan
Kindergarten Activity 2.
This resource is also designed for Kindergarten and relates to the TEKS because students will use these number line templates as a way to read, write and represent whole numbers from 0-20. In my own classroom, I would probably have these on a wall for easy access, and would frequently reference them during class time. – mebryan
1st Grade Activity 1.
Students will roll 2 dice, writing down the number that shows on the faces. Then they will count up (or down) practicing the use of objects with the dice, and standard form by filling out the worksheet as they play, which falls in line with the TEKS. I would use this activity during stations in my own classroom. – mebryan
1st Grade Activity 2.
The 120’s chart is also a great tool for practicing number sense, place value, and expanded form, relating to the TEKS. This would be another station in my math rotations. – mebryan
2nd Grade Activity 1.
2nd graders will enjoy this colorful activity which is in line with the TEKS: representing numbers up to 1,200. They'll also have practice recognizing even and odd 3-4 digit numbers. This could be a station, a bell ringer or a wrap up assessment in my future classroom. – mebryan
2nd Grade Activity 2.
This game is tailored to 2nd graders because of the level of interest students will take in it, the motor skills required and the content. TEKS: Students will use multiple forms to represent numbers up to 1,200. In my future classroom, this activity will be a perfect wrap up after talking about place value of numbers up to 1,200. – mebryan
3rd Grade Activity 1.
3rd Graders will practice finding the relationships between the base-10 place value system and the hundred thousands place by using this fun game, in line with the TEKS. In my classroom, this would be utilized during guided practice, prior to independent work. – mebryan
3rd Grade Activity 2.
This is my favorite activity to teach place value. Using a dry erase marker, students will write on blocks similar to the ones show in the picture. This activity is a hands-on way of learning exactly what the TEKS want: "describe the mathematical relationships found in the base-10 place value system through the hundred thousands place". This would be implemented into one of my future lessons. – mebryan
4th Grade Activity 1.
Moving into 4th grade means less colorful worksheets and bigger, harder math problems. This activity helps students "represent the value of the digit in whole numbers...and decimals to the hundredths using expanded notation and numerals" (TEKS). It still makes learning fun and relate-able, because students will enjoy learning about place value using money as the manipulative. This would be integrated into my lesson and transition into guided practice. – mebryan
4th Grade Activity 2.
As a part of guided practice, i would bring out the dry erase markers, and we would work through place value on this activity sheet in a page protector. Students will be in line with the TEKS by representing the value of the digit in whole numbers through 1,000,000,000 and decimals to the hundredths using expanded notation and numerals. – mebryan
5th Grade Activity 1.
I haven't seen a 5th grade classroom, but I would hope that if i were a 5th grade math teacher i would still make time for stations. This game would be for a lower tiered student who needed practice with place value. This activity, used during stations, would follow the TEKS by allowing the student practice at representing the value of the digit through the thousandths using numerals. – mebryan
5th Grade Activity 2.
Time to pull the dry erase markers out again-this activity is a perfect match to the TEKS: represent the value of the digit in decimals through the thousandths using expanded notation and numerals. During guided practice, students will represent the value of the digit using decimals through the thousandths using expanded notation AND numerals. – mebryan