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MATH IN ACTION (redirected from Math in Action - Family Math)

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Math in Action 2014

You are welcome to use these materials for use in your classroom.

Contact Jillayne Wallaker

Common Core State Standards Initiative

 

A1 (PreK-2) Student Coaches - Peer and Cross Grade: Utilizing student coaches within their own classroom, peer classrooms, or prior grade classrooms to assist with independently generated content practice.

         ShowMe: cards/rings (numbers 1-10)                                 

        ShowMe: Comparing Numbers, Symbol Use (use cards or dice to generate the digits of each number)

          ShowMe: Design your own problems to practice regr. 1 ten as 10 ones

          ShowMe: 10/100 more/less

 

B3 (3-5) Student Coaches - Peer and Cross Grade: Utilizing student coaches within their own classroom, peer classrooms, or prior grade classrooms to assist with independently generated content practice in geometry, measurement, and data.

         ShowMe: Rounding to the nearest ten (use playing cards to generate the numbers)        ShowMe: Designing Elapsed Time Problems

 

CCSS Instructional Practice Guide

CCSS Where to Focus Kindergarten Mathematics

CCSS Where to Focus Grade 1 Mathematics

CCSS Where to Focus Grade 2 Mathematics

CCSS Where to Focus Grade 3 Mathematics

CCSS Where to Focus Grade 4 Mathematics

CCSS Where to Focus Grade 5 Mathematics

 

Math resources for developing Math Tasks and Assessments

website: Tasks, Units & Student Work (K-2) NYC Dept of Ed

Dan Meyer's Three-Act Math Tasks

Yummy Math (3rd +)

Math Pickle

 

Math Examples for Depth of Knowledge levels

 

Mrs. Witters' Zebra Room site

 

 

You are welcome to make copies of these pages for use in your classroom.

Jillayne Prince Wallaker 2012

 

 

The following handouts may be copied for classroom use.

 

For kindergarten and first grade:

*Family Math Activities for K-1: one page handout with mutiple activities  Family Math Activities for K-1.doc

       *Family Math Activities - Spanish version FamilyMathActivities_Spanish.doc

*Parent activity directions for K-1: suggested ideas for using number rings, place value mat, beans or small objects, playing cards Parent Activity Directions for K-1.doc

          When working with kindergarten and first graders, remember:

                                   TOUCH it,

                                   DO it,

                                   SEE it,

                                   SAY it,

                                   HEAR it,

                    REPEAT it . . . over. . . and over. . . and over again !

*base 10 cut-outs - 3 sets per page  base 10 cut-outs.doc

*tens-ones mat with 10 frame  Tens-Ones mat with 10 frame.doc

     *mat - Spanish version  PV chart, Spanish.pdf

 

For second and third grade:

*Playing card and dice activities - two pages to run back to back, cut in half for two students (one one copy for a home and one for a school packet)  Playing Card and Dice Activities.doc

*Alternate form of general activities - two pages Family Math Activities earlier version.doc

*Directions for the game Shut the Box - one sheet, cut in two Shut the Box - directions for copying.doc

 

Link to the State of Michigan page with the crosswalks and Common Core document (very bottom of the page)

 

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