My first grade students students are amazing, curious, and brave! We are the largest district in the state of NH. My classroom is a community of learners that come from many different economic and ethnic backgrounds, many of whom come from high poverty areas. Our school is a Title I school and 65% of our school's population receive free or reduced-price lunch.
They enter class every day with a smile and a positive attitude, and are always ready to learn.
We work together to create a caring and kind place for all students to grow, play, and learn. As we build this community, we learn about what we have in common and celebrate our differences. This is true whether we are in the classroom or learning remotely.
In our classroom we work hard to provide hands on learning opportunities for our students. With this project you will be giving my Firstie Mathematicians materials and resources to build math skills in a fun and engaging way. Students will use the calendar math chart, place value chart, and number of the day, to start our day off to get our brain juices going.
It is crucial that students are able to learn hands on and explore.
Students will use the magnetic coins, ten frames, number bonds, and clock when we do whole class instruction, and they can come to the board and show off their knowledge. They will use wipe off boards in small group or when they are in their centers being independent learners. Throughout this project, you will be providing hands on opportunities for grow and learn.
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