- Materials used by the teacher first, then placed in the
station: Most of the
time J (I work with a
group and my assistant works with a group and I am guilty of putting new
materials there.)
- Materials do not change weekly, but rather changed to
reflect the students learning objectives: Whoops…I repeat some of the
same activities but I do change most of my stations each week.
- All students go to stations daily: Yes.
- Materials are differentiated: Sometimes.
- The teacher observes work or meets with
differentiated math groups: Yes.

1.
How do you (or will you)
differentiate your math stations? {I added this from the bookmark...sorry}

Varying
the number range. With story problems,
for example, I may include problems for one group that do not require
regrouping, another group may have two-digit numbers that do require
regrouping, and another group may have three-digit numbers that require
regrouping.

2.
How and where do you keep your math stations? I post a rotation chart at the front of the room and
have five plastic tubs under the chart.
Students take their tub to a spot in the room (three groups meet at
different tables, one group at the carpet, and one group works at the computers).

3.
How do you keep your math materials organized.? This is where I want to work right now! I have tubs
filled with manipulatives that work well for students to grab. But the games are in several different
places. I am hoping to get everything
organized into totes according to topics.

Here is a Combinations of 20 activity for your kids that need a challenge. Students match up the dogs and bowls (number sentences).

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

I will try to figure out how to post all the pages into one document!

You have to download the files to see the number sentences on the bowls.

I could not find any number sentences - all of the dog bowls have the number 2 on the right hand side - did I miss something?

ReplyDeleteYes, you have to download the files and then you should see it.

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