By Sarah K. Morgan Major
Previously released by way of Zephyr PressThis hands-on instructing reduction presents blackline masters, exams, and overheads to aid scholars examine addition and subtraction via visible and kinesthetic concepts.
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This attitude is foundational to success in teaching all children. Without this attitude, it is possible to use methods that don’t help the child, then to blame the child when learning does not occur. 32 Assessment Practices That Work Respecting our students and assuming responsibility for their learning causes a significant shift in our view and use of assessments. Rather than being an end in themselves, assessments become a tool to aid us in our quest for learning for all our students. The ideas in this chapter will help you successfully use assessments to support learning.
Sample directions follow, or you can make up your own, as long as each number is marked in a unique way, each direction involves only one number, and you do not call out the numbers in sequence. • • • • • Put a circle around the three. Color the nine yellow. Put an X on the five. Draw a line under the seven. Make a box around the eight. • • • • • Color the four red. Color the two blue. Color the one green. Color the six orange. Color the ten pink. Counting to Ten Listen to each child count from one to ten.
2a–b. Bingo: Photocopy the dot card bingo boards. ) Give each child a board and a set of chips. One child calls out the numbers while the others place chips on their boards. Memory: Using two sets of dot cards, shuffle the cards and arrange them face down. ) A pair or small group of students can play memory. Each player turns over two cards in an attempt to find the two with the same number. ) If the cards have different numbers, the child must turn over both cards and the next player takes a turn.
Addition & Subtraction (Kid-Friendly Computation) by Sarah K. Morgan Major