More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
$167 still needed
1+1 = Fun!
Help me give my students addition games that will improve their math fluency.
The students in my class are excited and eager to learn. My students are joyful, energetic, creative and always so much fun to be around! They come from a variety of backgrounds and have a wide range of educational experiences. Most of my students come from low-income homes where they have had limited exposure to reading. Some students have experienced some form of previous education while others do not know how to hold a book. All of my students are capable of growing and learning inside the classroom.
My students have so much to learn whether they need to learn how to tie their shoes, letter sounds, adding or writing.
My students have the potential to do amazing things and I loving being able to help them grow.
These materials will make a difference in my students learning because it will give them fun hands-on activities that will improve their addition skills. These materials will be great for centers and I know my students are going to be so excited to use them. It is important that students are exposed to different ways to practice addition and I think these materials will do a great job of that while making it so much fun!
These materials will be great because it will feel like they're playing a game but with so much learning!
Materials such as Build a Number House, Pop Add to 12 Game and Snap Simple Addition Center will be great for helping students visualize the two different groups that come together as one. These games are also hands-on and are so much fun for students! The Addition Machine will be a great tool to practice their fact fluency. I love that they are able to check their own answers to promote independence and ownership of their learning! My students will be so excited to use these materials to help them improve their addition fluency and I can't wait to see all the fun they're going to have while doing it!
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