Presentation on theme: "Move It! Shake It! Manipulate It! Make and Take Grades K – 2 Jenna Bahre, Kara Zdrojeski, Patricia Allen."— Presentation transcript:
Move It! Shake It! Manipulate It! Make and Take Grades K – 2 Jenna Bahre, Kara Zdrojeski, Patricia Allen
What Todays Is About What we are sharing today has been borrowed, stolen, or thought of in the shower or at 2 a.m.! You have probably heard of some of them, used some of them, hated some of them, and maybe loved some of them. We hope you can take away at least one idea you may want to try or recreate to use in your classroom.
Making It Mean Something Mathematics is not just computation and getting the right solution. Mathematics involves problem solving, reasoning, communication, and making connections. This comes through application and practice. Rich, independent activities students can be completing while you are meeting with small groups…not busy work!
Setting the Stage Set norms/expectations as a class for task time. Teach routines where to get materials how to clean up before leaving a task what to do when you finish early Practice transitions Use a signal Explicit directions
Takes Bullwinkle Math Bizz-Buzz or Sparkle Up with Numbers Buddy Hand Summer Flash Cards 12 Card Draw Shut the Box or Sum What Face Off!
More Takes Math Talk Picture Cards Fact Card Sorts Pastures Collections Balances and Tables
Make Stations Learning tasks are organized by CCSSM domain. Take what you like, leave what you dont (no hard feelings) If you have other ideas, please share on the chart paper. We will distribute to everyone after the workshop.
Tips for Management You come in Monday morning and realize you didnt plan for your math workshop time. Some materials you need on hand for a quick center: Sheet protectors Dry Erase Markers Whiteboards Playing Cards Dice Counters Hundreds Charts Index Cards Card Stock