Support mathematical understanding in your instructional program through this rich collection of easy-to-use teaching resources. Each book focuses on a specific arithmetic topic and offers a series of classroom-tested lessons addressing the three important aspects of arithmetic instruction--computation, number sense, and problem solving. The lessons include step-by-step directions, amount of time needed, materials required, classroom vignettes, samples of student work, reproducibles, and a discussion of the math underlying the lesson.Also make counters available for small groups of children to share, using only one color counter for each small group. 3. Read the ... of the other. Reread the book, stopping after each page so they can each hold up one of the squares to indicate whether the action is addition or subtraction. ... The story continues as the cat comes home and wakes the dog, which startles the turtle, who jumps into the pond.
|Title||:||Lessons for First Grade|
|Publisher||:||Math Solutions - 2001|