Math


Here are some popular posts I've written to show fun, hands on ways to teach the following math concepts:
Number Sense
Place Value
Fractions
Telling Time
Adding 3 Numbers
Fact Fluency
Making 10 to Add
Arrays
Halloween Math
Money
Composing Shapes
Graphing and Data Analysis


I believe that for math instruction to be effective, it needs to be FUN, differentiated, and targeted.

My math units have been extremely popular (I feel so blessed!) on TpT because they provide all of those components. They are differentiated and filled with fun math stations and activities.

Each unit is typically 4-5 concepts and each concept has: "I Can" and "Students will be able to" posters, differentiated worksheets in 3 levels (below level, on level, and advanced level), at least 1 math station (including all materials, recording sheet(s), teacher directions, and kid-friendly student directions), and at least 1 cut and paste activity.

I plan on writing a blog post about each as I go as well so, like I said, keep checking back!

 
                           First Grade Math Unit 1                           First Grade Math Unit 2  
Read the blog post about it {HERE}!                                                                     
                       In Spanish: Sentido Númerico


First Grade Math Unit 3                           First Grade Math Unit 4 


First Grade Math Unit 5                           First Grade Math Unit 6 


                            First Grade Math Unit 7                           First Grade Math Unit 8

Read the blog post about this unit {HERE}!!!
In Spanish: Valor Posicional

You can save a BUNCH by getting First Grade Math Units 1-9 in a huge bundle!
Click {HERE} to check them out! 


I also have a bundle for Units 10-18!
You can get that bundle {HERE}!

 
First Grade Math Unit 10                              First Grade Math Unit 11
           Read blog posts about it {HERE} & {HERE}! 


 
First Grade Math Unit 12                              First Grade Math Unit 13
                   Read the blog post about it HERE!
                    In Spanish: Sumando 3 Números                   


   1st grade telling time worksheets games and activities that are so much fun and differentiated for first grade including time to the hour, time to the half hour, and concepts of time
                              First Grade Math Unit 14                          First Grade Math Unit 15
                                                                        Read the blog post about it HERE!
                                                                       In Spanish: ¿Qué hora es?


1st grade graphing and data analysis worksheets games and activities that are so much fun and differentiated for first grade including bar graphs, tally charts, picture graphs, pie charts, and concepts of graphingGeometry 2D and 3D shapes worksheets games and activities that are so much fun and differentiated for first grade including composing shapes
First Grade Math Unit 16                           First Grade Math Unit 17
                    Read the blog post about it HERE!  


Fractions worksheets games and activities that are so much fun and differentiated for first grade
Read the blog post about it {HERE}!


I also have a big money unit now as well!

HUGE money unit with so many money and counting coins activities worksheets and games
Read the blog post about it {HERE}!


This is also available for other countries' currencies:
UK coins money unit with so many money and counting coins activities for GBP coins  Australian coins money unit with so many money and counting coins activities for Australian coins
                            UK Coins Money Unit                            Australian Coins Money Unit


Canadian coins money unit with so many money and counting coins activities for Canadian coins


I am now also working on 2nd grade math units! So far I have:

3 comments:

Miss Mona said...

I am fascinated with your blog in general and especially the first grade math part. I love math now--but didn't when I was in school! Your games and centers could really inspire a love of math right from the start, and isn't that better? I think so!

Elysse Doswell said...

Thank you for sharing all these great ideas! I am trying to revamp my math centers to be more productive (for lack of a better word). Your ideas for each domain is so helpful!!!

Lorie Irland said...

I would love to know- is there a blog post that tells how you store your math games- when in use and when not working on the unit? I struggle with this!

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