"decomposing" 1. Start kids with 2 colors of cubes ( 5 each) and indiv white boards and markers. Have them make a stick of 5 purple, 0 green. show how to write the equation. Decompose the number 5 with cubes and show ALL equations with sums of 5 with kids. 2. practice next day. 3. Day 3-give them cubes and this sheet (5) and paper squares as well. Kindergarten Math, Sticky Note, Number Bonds, Numbers Bond, Common Cores, Decomposing Numbers, Number Sense, Anchors Charts, 1St Grade
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FREE - This product includes creative ideas for using plastic Easter eggs in your classroom. The product also includes a printable recording sheet for students to use! This will increase accountability if using the activity at work stations or math tubs.
Math Workshop Question Posters and bookmarks...general questions to ask... for common core math standards...
From DEB THOMAS - FREE This math unit is used for "Greater Than and Less Than" centers. I use the "Math Daily 5" in my classroom and I use games like this for "Math by Myself" and "Math with Someone". The instructions on how to play are included as well as a reproducible student page for the game. This product is "Teacher Created" and "Kid Approved"!!!
decomposing numbers WITH SUBTRACTION in Kindergarten. Great activity for Common Core K.OA.3. Perfect for a math center!
This is a set of I have who has cards for numbers 1-20 using number words, ten frames, dice, base ten, digits. The link comes with a free download of this entire set. According to Marzano's research, this would be a nonlinguistic represeantion game. Each card uses different visuals, including ten frames, tally marks, dice, blocks, and the written numbers. It also would be cooperative learning because students play this game as a class. Listening and seeing everyone's cards.