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Kelli Gann
Kelli Gann • 2 years ago

A way to partner students (and secretly keep the not-so-good partners from partnering!)

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great way of assigning partners

Use "cell phones" to have students pick partners. Have each student pick out a partner for each number (easiest to have students pick a partner for #1, so they match up. Then pick out a partner for #2, and so forth). Call out to students to find their speed dial #5 partner.

Partner Picking Cards! This will be a fun 30 second activity that helps put students into random partner groups.

Free Partner Response Cards-Fiction

Partner Wheel~ Write the names of all the children who you do not want to be together on the smaller circle. All the other students go on the outer wheel. when it's time for students to work with a partner or in small groups, just spin the wheel. Great idea from Fabulous Fourth Grade!

Partner Power activities are nice because each student solves a different set of problems and must do his/her own work, but when the partners compare answers they should be the same. This helps students build confidence as they verify correct solutions, identify errors, and correct their work. Discussions between partners are often great learning opportunities! This lesson focuses on solving one step equations involving addition and subtraction of positive integers.