My students need math materials, such as geoboards, flash cards and games, to increase their ability to travel through the required math standards.
This project expired on January 17, 2012.
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Learning math is more fun when you have the right tools. Pattern blocks, hundred number charts, and blank flash cards, oh my!
I teach in a small Title I Georgia elementary school with less than 450 students.
My students are from a diverse population and have different academic needs. They are a wonderful group of students who work hard to learn, but some have issues and need additional materials to support their academic successes.
Adding these math tools to my students' daily math work stations and independent practice will assist them in progressing through the standards.
Blank flash cards save me time while providing my students the opportunity to create their own flash cards for the math facts that are difficult for them. Creating their own flash cards helps them remember the facts by having to write them correctly the first time. The geoboards and rubber bands will help the students to create the geometric shapes as we study them. The pattern blocks will show the students what the shapes look like and give them the opportunity to explore the sides and angles of the shapes. Hundred number charts help students to develop skills in how numbers relate to each other.
Your thoughtful gift to my project will impact the positive math growth of my current and future students.
I appreciate you for the time you have taken to look through my project. Thank you.
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