My students are creative, thoughtful, and full of questions! They come to school each day ready to try new things and take brave chances in order to grow both personally and academically.
They absolutely love hands-on, active, engaging projects and challenges that allow them to think outside the box to find solutions!
My students come from a low income neighborhood and many Spanish speaking families. We encourage our students to embrace the core values of our district. Together we work to become Nurturing, Empowering, and Collaborative.
They are truly an incredible group, and I am so lucky and thankful to have a new group of learners that are excited and ready to learn each year!
The exciting math products that I have selected will help my students by giving them extra practice on math skills in math centers.
The Math Equivalency Puzzles will help my students with fact fluency.
When students are fluent with their facts, they have more confidence in solving equations.
The Giant Number Sense Stamp set will help me quickly give a model on his or her paper with the stamps. I have included stamp pads with scents to help motivate students. They love the smells!
The students will use Building Math Skills Write Wipe Boards with dry erase makers to help model and use while counting to 120. The activities will provide positive feedback, show correct answers and is perfect for individual practice or for 2 - 5 students working in a center.
Students will also use the Hundreds board activity to practice a variety of skills. They will be able to work individually or with a partner. They can work on addition or subtraction skills and can also practice skip counting.
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