Practice Books, Grades K-5 FREE Bridges Practice Books provide activities and worksheets for additional skill review, informal paper-and-pencil assessment, preparation for standardized testing, and differentiated instruction. Each volume also includes answer keys and a complete listing of the student pages grouped by skill. Although originally written to complement Bridges in Mathematics First Edition, these books may be used with any math program. Note: These materials were developed prior to the publication of the Common Core State Standards. Bridges Grade 5 Practice Book, 1st ed., pdf Click on image to zoom. Product Description: Skills: Multiplication and division facts, multi-digit addition, subtraction and multiplication, fractions and decimals, patterns and equations, area and perimeter, data analysis, and problem solving. Bridges Grade 4 Practice Book, 1st ed., pdf Bridges Grade 3 Practice Book, 1st ed., pdf Bridges Grade 2 Practice Book, 1st ed., pdf Bridges Grade 1 Practice Book, 1st ed., pdf
AIMS Puzzle Corner: Free Math Puzzles This week’s Puzzle Corner activity is a magic trick with a mathematical, as well as a slight-of-hand, component. I first came across this trick in one of Martin Gardner’s many books on recreational mathematics. I liked it so much that I have been stumping students, friends, and family members with it ever since. In order to make this trick work, you will need to practice it by yourself until the moves (illustrated at bottom) become automatic, before trying it out on someone else. Its success, like the success of many magic tricks, depends on diverting the audience’s in this case, your students’ attention. You can’t do this if you are uncertain of all the moves and take too much time making them. You will need at least three cups to perform this trick. Begin this trick by explaining that the goal is to get all three cups facing up after making exactly three moves. Next, invite one of the students who was watching to get all the cups facing up in three moves. Performing the trick: 1. 2.
Tips & Tricks SMART Training | Next Level Interactive PD This is our new 21st Century learner... wow! Tip #17 SMART Response- Student Log-In vs. Anonymous: When using SMART Response software, you are hopefully attempting to collect data that will drive your instruction. In order to collect this precious data you will need to have all students log-in using their specific student ID's. This will not work in anonymous mode. Tip #16 SMART Response- WHY? When downloading SMART Notebook software you are given the option of including the Response software too. Tip #15 Homework Calendar- Gallery Highlight: Have you gone searching for a calendar to place on your SMART Board? Tip #14 Modeling Writing the Alphabet- Elementary: Research says that children learn best by modeling. arrow. Tip #13 Scrolling Text Banner- LAT Highlight: In the Lesson Activity Toolkit there are some real "gems" that you may pass by. that will scroll across your screen while presenting in Notebook software. Tip #12 Tip #11 assessment during your lessons? Tip #10 - August 18
Free Math Resources | Math Learning Center | MLC The Math Learning Center offers a variety of free products for all grade levels. Unless otherwise noted, all of these resources can be used with any math curriculum. Lessons & Activities, Grades K-5 More than 130 activities sets and worksheets organized by grade level and topic. Each grade level includes a correlation chart for Common Core State Standards. Bridges Breakouts, Grades K-5 Theme-based replacement units, games, and activities that provide problem-solving opportunities, skills practice, and continual encounters with broader math concepts. Problem Solving with Story Boxes, Grades K-2 Supplemental program featuring full lessons plans with blacklines, instructions for preparing manipulatives, and assessment ideas. Opening Eyes, Grades 3-4 Two year’s worth of lessons that strengthen number sense while developing students' proficiency with numeration, fractions, measurement, geometry, probability, statistics, and data analysis. Practice Books, Grades K-5 Teacher and Family Resources
Visual Fractions - A Fraction Tutorial - Maggie's Earth Adventures Mathematics @ Herne Hill Primary School | for links to mental maths activities and interactive resources for direct instruction The Home of Speed Math and Smart Math