My students this year struggled tremendously with simple addition and subtraction, place value, and using a number line properly. Next year, I want to be prepared with a few new small group centers/stations that we will be able to use throughout the school year.
I am not a worksheet and pencil type of teacher and I believe in hands-on, enjoyable, and meaningful learning.
All of my past and future students are always eager to learn and enjoy the types of activities we do in our classroom.
Our school is filled with a diverse population. My class this past school year had a variety of learners including English as a second language students and students that required additional hands-on attention and instruction.
My past and future students have always been strong and resilient. They love to work with hands-on mathematical pieces rather than a pencil and worksheet.
These interactive board games, task cards, and manipulatives will allow my students to strengthen their skills in small group instruction and in center activities with their classmates.
I am extremely excited about the 100's charts. These charts provide such a broad range of options for review of place value, subtraction, and addition.
Creating weekly hands-on centers based on difficult mathematical concepts allows my students to the opportunity to review and strengthen their skills.
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