Building Multiplication Fluency and Creating Memory Books
My students need multiplication fact cards to learn, practice, and review their multiplications and blank hardcover books to create memory books.
This project expired on June 14, 2018.
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I work with eight to nine year old third grade scholars. I am the ELD (English Language Development) teacher which means I work with English Language Learners. I teach in a Title One school, with ninety-seven percent of students qualifying for the free or reduced price lunch program in our urban neighborhood.
My students are amazing thinkers with great potential and an eagerness to learn.
They motivate me to become a better educator everyday. We work together in our learning community to become strong lifelong learners.
My students need these multiplication fact cards in order to learn, practice, and review their multiplication facts. They need more resources than arrays, and skip counting. We will use the cards to work on multiplication fluency. My students know which strategies to use to solve multiplication problems but with your help they can work on memorizing their facts to help speed up the process. They will become faster and brighter.
These great group of kids also need a place to put all of their third grade memories in.
We need blank hard cover books to make third grade memory books. These books will hold all of their great achievements along with student work samples and pictures. With your help this group of kids will have a wonderful project to store all third grade memories in and to look at for many years to come.
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