Monday Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started! - The Teacher Studio
Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?". Love using open ended questions.
The Value of Open-Ended Math Questions (And a freebie, too!)
UPDATE Summer 2018: All Open-Ended packets have been updated, added lots of pages AND if you buy the bundle, not only do you save a lot of money, you also get the questions organized by UNITS! My truly fabo math supervisor held an in-service to address using open-ended questions in the younger grades. During the first five minutes, she asked us to share some journal entries we were currently using. One I shared: I have 10 cookies. 7 are chocolate chip. How many are sugar? I thought it was…
Back Into It
Most teacher sin my state of Australia go back into the classroom tomorrow after a 2 week Autumn break - we call our breaks from school 'holidays'. I have made this proforma for planning a 'holiday recount'. Students can plan their ideas on it before they write. I have provided a nice worksheet for writing the good copy! \ You can grab both for FREE HERE - from google drive! I plan writing lines, so that students write in the solid lines and use the dotted lines for top/tail guides. I have…
The Answer Is...What's The Question? Math Task Cards
28 numbered cards that leave the level of difficulty and specific math skill to be assessed up to you! Some students may only do basic operations, while other students may be required to do more advanced skills and give more details for their answers. 2 Student Response Options also included!!
FREEBIE! December Open-Ended Math Question for Journals or Do-Nows (First Grade)
Challenge your students with open-ended math questions for journals and do-nows with this June packet for first and second graders. Open-ended journal prompts: why are they important?Over the last few years, I've made the switch to ALL Open-Ended Journal prompts. Why? Because it allows the kids to d...