Presents 178 suggestions to help first, second, and third grade teachers maximize their effectiveness in small classes and 151 tips to aid them in coping with and succeeding in large classrooms. Drawn from the experiences of current and former teachers, the suggestions are categorized by section: language arts, mathematics, science/social studies, continuing activities, media, school resources, teacher work time, classroom space, classroom management, child development, special help, and family involvement. Original.The first graders read the directions and learned about fractions from measuring cups and spoons. ... math games, and folder worksheets that covered patterns, money, connect- the-dots, addition, subtraction, and other areas of the math curriculum. (Carlton Candler) ac Kathya#39;s second graders worked in table groups (or as partners within a group) to solve math word problems which she made up.
|Title||:||How Big is Your Class?|
|Publisher||:||Adams Pomeroy Press - 2004|