Posts tagged as: K-2

Growing Mathematical Ideas in Kindergarten

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, May 05th, 2017

Kindergarten is an important beginning. It can be the positive start of a child’s lifelong exploration of mathematical ideas or it can lay the first stones in what can become an impenetrable wall between “real math” and “school math.” In Growing Mathematical Ideas in Kindergarten, Linda and Rebeka present their vision of a kindergarten classroom…

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Lessons from the Classroom

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, June 04th, 2015

K–2 Lesson: How many fingers?
from About Teaching Mathematics: A K–8 Resource, Fourth Edition, Marilyn Burns

3–5 Lesson: Using the Rods to show how ½, 2/4, and, 4/8
From Beyond Pizzas & Pies: 10 Essential Strategies for Supporting Fraction Sense, Grades 3–5, Second Edition, Julie McNamara and Meghan M. Shaughnessy

3–6 Lesson: Placing ½ on the number line
From Beyond Invert and Multiply: Making Sense of Fraction Computation, Grades 3–6, Julie McNamara

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