Add like numbers to win this one. You need to know your times tables FAST the book is to explain the math this game.
Run your own coffee shop in this business game. Great arithmetic practice while you get to shoot stuff. Solve as many problems as you can in 60 seconds! Perform brave feats to escape the dungeon! Create color combos on all four sides. Play Chess against the computer or your friends! The classic game of moving and jumping.
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Mathematics is commonly called Math in the US and Maths in the UK. Please forward this error screen to 216. What are QR Codes and How Can I Use them in my Classroom? Last week we began our Procedural Writing Unit. We began the unit immersing the students with different procedural books.
Genius hour is an amazing concept that children respond to because they get to learn about any topic they choose. The Primary Blogging Community is currently accepting classes that blog for the October rotation. Our current math unit is measurement. This past year, I really focused on explicitly teaching comprehension strategies to my students. Math in my classroom may look a little different in my room than other classrooms. At first Glance, it looks a bit chaotic and messy.
You may not see me at first glance, I might be playing a math game with a student, or working with a small group on the carpet, or going over the math concept that we are currently working on with a group that needs a little extra help at the guided reading table. I teach 75 minutes of math everyday. They write their score on the back page of their math book each day and try to beat their score from the previous day. I then teach a mini lesson to the whole group on the carpet. We then do some sort of activity to reinforce the concept.
I usually work with a group that is having difficulty with the concept at this time. When students are finished the activity they go to a math station. Students are partnered up with the same student each day and usually do one station that is preassigned. All of the math stations are concepts that have already been taught in class.
The math stations reinforce the skills the students already have. When creating a math station, I want students to be accountable, however I don’t want copious amounts of paper to look at. I also work with students to assess their knowledge of the math concepts during math stations and use this one on one or small group time to get a clearer picture of where they are and what they need assistance with. This has led me to create many stations that incorporate the Explain Everything App. Students use this app to explain and show their thinking.
Here are a few new math stations I have created and a few old favorites. Feel free to download them and use them in your class if you wish. On a side note, my students upload their Explain Everything’s to their blogs. Having an authentic audience and getting feedback from others is a big engagement piece for my students. They also like tweeting our their EE creations to our class Twitter feed. This can be done easily with Explain Everything. One last tidbit to think about, if you have a great student example, upload the example to your Youtube channel, create a QR code that links to the completed explain everything and attach the QR code to the back of the task card.