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By Lainie Schuster

Making plans math guide is a hard point of educating. academics must have an total feel of the curriculum for the entire 12 months, of what will learn every month, and of what particularly to coach on a daily basis. This consultant makes it effortless to plot all 3. It deals necessary mathematical strands equipped month by means of month and protecting grade-relevant issues. instead to photocopying, the a hundred reproducibles during this ebook also are featured in PDF structure on an incorporated CD. simply pop right into a computing device, print, and use!

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Materials ■ none Sample Round Capture the outlaw in this set of numbers: 3, 4, 7, 12 Possible Solutions ■ The outlaw is 12, because 3, 4, and 7 constitute an addition/subtraction fact family. ■ The outlaw is 7, because 3, 4, and 12 constitute a multiplication/ division fact family. ■ The outlaw is 7, because it is the only two-syllable word. ■ The outlaw is 12, because it is the only two-digit number. Capture the outlaw in this set of numbers: 8, 18, 27, 90 Possible Solutions ■ The outlaw is 27, because it is odd.

Some games lack the mathematical rigor we want for our students; some games lack the engagement. When conducting back-to-school nights in September, I often present a math game to the parents. After we play the game, I ask the parents to brainstorm about the math skills necessary to play it. Would they stick with the same strategy if we played the game again? Why or why not? The follow-up conversation helps parents understand the merit and mathematical importance of playing games in math class.

Once time is called, I ask the children to do a gallery walk around the room to investigate the objects made by their classmates. Once settled back at their seats, the next phase of the investigation begins. The students at each table move around their table, filling in their record sheets. They look at each object, name the object, and make an estimate as to how many cubes are in that object. Before they begin, I ask the children to think about an estimation strategy that they could apply to all the objects in order to make their estimations more efficient and accurate.

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