I have a passion for creating engaging, meaningful, real world task of math for kids 6 7 for my students to complete. My math projects and activities are often designed as enrichment and opportunities for teachers to differentiate their curriculum. I hope you love them, too.
I already own all but one of these projects. They are what help me do the math routine that I think helps my students the most. The kids really love working on the projects. As they are working on the projects I am able to work with small groups of students or even one on one.
By the time the whole class is done with I project I have worked with each student in a small setting. I have bought three of your projects for my extremely high third graders, and I have to say, they LOVE them! I extended the project so they can use technology, but they are fabulous, and I appreciate you making them! They finished the resort project, movie project, and are now working on the bakery project!
All math results are logged and graded and we show how they are improving through real-time feedback. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator. I have been working with 3rd graders who are struggling with multiplication in an after school program. This would be a great fun activity for them, however, we are only working on multiplication using multiples of 10. Is there any way that I could buy an editable copy from you so that I can change some of the numbers to be multiples of 10? I really love your Math projects!
I was wondering if you sell a Math projects bundle that includes all of your fabulous projects? I would love to get all of them at once! I have used 3 of these projects and plan on using the rest. Some parents have commented on how they like their child working on these rather than worksheets or out of the book. Thank you for creating such awesome projects. I’ll send teaching tips, free resources, and more! Now check your email to confirm your subscription.
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