base ten math cards audrey Math Ten Pins - Couldn't link to directives for this activity but there are some great ORGANIZATION ideas on this site! LOVE THE BASE TEN BLOCKS IN A DIVIDED LUNCH CONTAINER!! Neatly organized Apps for Making Ten - Math Coach's Corner I walked into a 2nd grade classroom Thursday to find the students busily engaged in math workshop. Several students were working with iPads and playing what looked to be an addictive math game. I sat myself down and asked them to show it to me. Matériel en base 10 Overview Number Pieces helps students develop a deeper understanding of place value while building their computation skills with multi-digit numbers. Students can: Use number pieces to represent multi-digit numbers, regroup, add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Use edge pieces to display the dimensions of arrays created with number pieces.
Ice Cream Combinations Shine + Write | Transum Software A different version of this activity is here. This is a visual aid designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole class exposition. It does not need to be an interactive whiteboard though of course that will make the resource more dynamic. The title "Shine+Write" suggests that the teacher or student can write on the whiteboard to enhance this visual aid. Do you have any comments?
Daily 5 Math & a FREEBIE! After jumping head first into Daily 5 for my literacy time at the start of school, I decided I would take the plunge with math as well. Using Daily 5 for my reading and writing time has had it's kinks, but has been the very best thing I could have done to create a classroom culture grounded in literacy and reading. Until I starting using the Daily 5 structure for my math time about two weeks, my math block went a little like this...I would teach a WHOLE GROUP LESSON or activity for about 20-25 minutes. Then students would all complete the same worksheet or activity at the same time and when they were finished they would go to either me or my assistant and have their work checked. If they needed to correct any, they would go do so. If they got them all correct, they would go do an early finisher activity that was not necessarily related to the concept being practiced at the moment.
Suzie's Home Education Ideas: Printable Place Value Slider On previous blog posts, I have shared some ideas on learning about numbers and place value as well as sharing my printable place value game to show some different ways we have used to learn about two and three digit numbers. I have since adapted one of my earlier resources, the Place Value Slider, to include four digit numbers. I originally got the idea of making a place value slider from here and made a three digit place value slider (pictured below). I can honestly say that it has helped my son really understand two and three digit numbers. To make our four digit slider, we used our printable template and cut out the number strips and place value card then glued it onto some cardboard (picture below).
Modeling Addition and Subtraction Structures - Math Coach's Corner I am finishing out the school year with my first and second graders by trying to give them a solid foundation with the different structures for addition and subtraction problems. I’ve been using a marvelous free resource called Thinking Blocks. They offer a variety of free iPad apps, but I’ve been using the web version on my interactive white board because I wanted to bring in some concrete learning. The Thinking Blocks program allows you to choose the type of problem to work with, and we began with part/whole problems with two parts. I made part/whole mats for the kiddos to use (on the back side is a part/whole mat with three parts), because I wanted them to be able to act out the models. My first graders used cubes while my second graders used base-10 blocks to find their solutions.
Droite numérique How To Use Number Line Working with Jumps Scrolling the Number Line More Toolbar Items Overview Number Line helps students visualize number sequences and demonstrate strategies for counting, comparing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers. Math Lesson Plan - Popsicle Stick Regrouping Fun Place toothpicks showing 40 + 3 to begin the question. Objectives: Learning and practising regroupingPrint examples of regrouping in student math journalsLearn term names: minuend take away subtrahend equals difference/answer (for subtraction) and addend plus addend equals sum/answer (for addition) Materials for each group of 4-6 students: twenty groups of 10 popsicle sticks or toothpicks gathered with an elastic, plus 10-20 loose popsicle sticks (students can count out sets of 10 on their desks and you can help them wrap the elastics around them)index cards with numerals 0-9 on them, one number on each card, as well as cards printed with “+” , “-”, “Ones”, “Tens”, and “Hundreds”, PLUS SOME BLANK INDEX CARDS (for the answers).math journals for each studentpencils and erasers for each studentChalkboard or Chartboard showing an example of one addition question plus one subtraction question, heading up the columns with “Hundreds”, “Tens” and “Ones”.
Daily 5 Math- Paper and Pencil Activities****FREEBIES**** (as always) Hello All, So I have an amazing student teacher this trimester and last week and this week are her take over weeks. She basically has been taking over since week 3 or so, but for these two weeks I am not supposed to be in the room! So what is a teacher to do??? Well I have stationed myself in Mrs. O'Neill's room.
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Climbing a Mountain of Addition [game] Games. Games. Games. I have figured out that I can get my son to do practically anything if I turn it into a game.