Kindergarten HCTM Problem of The Month Winner for January!
Congratulations to the Kindergarten winner of the Problem of the Month competition for January! The winner is Dylan from Mrs. Mohammed’s classroom at Turner/Bartels K-8.
2nd grade HCTM Problem of The Month Winner for January!
Congratulations to the 2nd grade winner of the Problem of the Month competition for January! The winner is Abhijay from Mrs. Park’s classroom at Turner/Bartels K-8 School.
Free Book Preview – Beyond Answers
Stenhouse Publishing is offering a free preview of the new book, Beyond Answers by Mike Flynn. About the Book: The Standards for Mathematical Practice are written in clear, concise language. …
Math Makes Money
We are all familiar with the term “reading first” and you can’t argue that literacy is important. However, when it comes to kids making more money later in life, more …
Counting to 100
According to the standard, MAFS.K.CC.1.1, students are required to, “Count to 100 by ones and by tens.” During the school day, there are many opportunities for students to practice rote …
1st Grade HCTM Problem of The Month Winner for December
Congratulations to the 1st grade winner of the Problem of the Month competition for December! The winner is Sagnik from Ms. Gordon’s classroom at Deer Park Elementary.
Are your students still struggling with counting objects?
Are your students still struggling with counting objects? Check out this quick video!
Are your students still struggling with Thinking Addition to Subtract?
If your students are struggling with using Think Addition to subtract, check out this video!
Where is the Math?
What math do you see in this picture? According to the Standards for Mathematical Practices, “Mathematically proficient students make sense of quantities and their relationships in problem situations.” How might …
Resetting expectations while reinforcing Math after Winter Break
Ahhh you had two weeks off for Winter Break and you are returning refreshed and ready to kick off the 2017 school year! Pretty soon 18 little minds will reenter …
Still struggling with counting?
Are your students still struggling with One to one correspondence? Check out this quick Origo One video! https://youtu.be/dvyLUpE6o7A
Hack Your Teaching
Do your students look like they are filming a “mannequin challenge” when it comes to math interaction and discourse? Research has shown that children engaged and interacting with deep, purposeful …
Lots and lots of lights!
As I was driving home the other night I noticed this beautiful display of lights and it got me thinking about…Math! Math is all around us….especially this time of year, …
Making connections across domains
How can the concepts found in the Measurement and Data domain be used as an application of other domains? One of the critical areas in Kindergarten is representing and comparing …
Sorting with candy…Say What?
In Kindergarten, students are required to classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count. Organizing data into categories should …
Problem of the Month First Grade Edition December
Please send completed problem with students name, teacher’s name, and school through school mail to Ivette Pichardo at James Elementary Route 7 for a chance to win a prize.