Help me give my students this math kit to develop fluency through number strings and math talks.
This project expired on February 26, 2019.
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My students are amazing! Every day, my 5 year olds walk in the classroom ready to learn. At Flag Assembly, our principal asks the students if they are ready to learn today.
You immediately hear 26 five year olds shout out, "Yes, we are!" My students are very eager to learn.
Some of my students have special needs, are English language learners, and/or come from a low socioeconomic background with limited resources available. We are a Title I school, where many parents work two jobs and are struggling to support the family. Though their environment may not be conducive to learning, my students have an insatiable love of learning!
I know that if we provide them with the right support, resources, and opportunities, they can experience success.
This ETA Hand2Mind Daily Math Fluency Kit for Kindergarten will be perfect to provide my students the extra guidance and instruction they need to develop fluency.
Every day, we spend a few minutes of our math time developing number sense through math talks and number strings.
This fluency kit provides short daily lessons on subitizing, counting strategies, making fives and tens, and using doubles. There are visuals and manipulatives that are large enough for a whole group to use and see.
All of these mini lessons will help my kindergartners build their foundation of number sense. Kindergarten math is where the building blocks begin. Without a great foundation, my students may struggle in math throughout their school years.
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