By Lainie Schuster
Making plans math guide is a tough element of educating. lecturers should have an total experience of the curriculum for the full 12 months, of what is going to learn every month, and of what particularly to educate every day. This advisor makes it effortless to devise all 3. It deals precious mathematical strands equipped month by means of month and protecting grade-relevant issues. instead to photocopying, the a hundred reproducibles during this ebook also are featured in PDF layout on an incorporated CD. simply pop right into a desktop, print, and use!
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Literature Display I have recently acquired a book display rack that sits on the corner of the math counter. For years, my math picture books were on a bookshelf too high for the children to reach. But when the library was discarding several book racks, I commandeered one for my classroom. Now the math picture books are available for student use at all times. I often find children under my desk or huddled together at a table sharing a book in their free time. I love the fact that some of the books are tattered and well worn.
Rich discussions can occur as to the importance of being able to quickly assess the holes in the collected data. Once we have agreed on what they are being asked to do, the children set off to collect and represent their data. Before all the children have finished collecting their data, I ask for their attention, and we discuss the written part of the task. I ask the children to write two summarizing statements about their data collection on their sheet of newsprint. What do they notice? Is there a pattern of any kind?
This gives students a sense of accomplishment because they can view the previous journal as a finished product. Completed journals are filed in portfolios. Organization of Student Work Each child has a math portfolio. There are numerous options for this practice. Currently, I am using hanging folders—one for each child—that are housed in one of my two lateral filing cabinets. Crates and individual filing boxes also work just fine. My system does place a constraint on easy access, but it reduces clutter.
A Month-to-Month Guide: Fourth-Grade Math by Lainie Schuster