Recently I got in a conversation with some teachers about use of exit tickets, which seem to be a relatively common instructional strategy. As we talked, we were surprised to realize several of us had made the same mistake when we first began using this idea. Basically, exit tickets work like this: Near the end […]
Grades 2-6 | RIT 161-230
Operations: Understand Place Value
– Three Levels of “Jeopardy”-style games
– For small groups or whole class
Pumpkin Day activities included a variety of math skills as well as a lot of small and large group collaboration and problem solving.
(Grade K-2, RIT 121-180)
Primary: Book Concepts
– Locate and identify parts of a book
(Grades K-2, RIT <111-190) - Algebra & Patterns - Repeating Patterns - Order puzzle-like pieces to make a pattern
Links to online quizzes and other math activities and resources
There are many ways – small and large – that a parent can help their child learn the skills he or she needs to be successful.
Graphic organizers are ways to organize information in a way that makes it more visible, more accessible, and easier to understand.
Grades 3-8, RIT <161-260 - Measure, convert fluid ounces, cups, pints, quarts, gallons
(Grade 3-6, RIT 161-230)
– Computation: Whole Number Multiplication
– Multiplication Fact Practice in a fun game
(Grades 5-10, RIT 211-260)
– Statistics: Mean, median, mode, range
-Students work with friends to collect data to calculate
My kids attended a Montessori preschool, which I loved for many reasons. Montessori has a strong emphasis on personal responsibility. The kids often choose what they want to be working on. It’s their job to get out the materials they need and to put them back when they are done. The older kids (4-6 year olds) […]