My students need math games and activities to use during their math learning centers.
This project expired on May 17, 2015.
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Each day, after our math lesson, my students work independently or in pairs in math centers. They use this time to practice math skills they are currently learning and to review previously learned skills. Math centers is one of my students' favorite parts of the day.
I am the proud teacher of 21 lively and energetic first graders.
My students are inquisitive and love to learn! They enjoy working together with hands-on activities and are always excited to show what they have learned. Our school is located in a a very low socioeconomic area and often the resources I would like to provide for my students are simply unavailable.
My students will be able to use these math games and activities to work independently, in pairs, and in small groups to practice and reinforce the math skills they are acquiring. These resources will provide my students not only with tactile, hands-on practice in math skills but will also allow them to gain the social skills they will need to work together with others. As my students use these activities in their math centers, I will be able to conduct small group lessons with students to work on specific skills.
Donations to this project will give my students a variety of resources to choose from when they are at math centers.
They will have the opportunity to attain a deeper understanding of the math concepts they are learning and to gain invaluable social skills by working cooperatively with their peers.
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