Saturday, December 3, 2011

janvier - bricolage de math

Jazzy Journals originated (for me) with Kinder by Kim.  I use the provincial resource and follow their suggested scope an sequence.  I've only taught grade 1 in Alberta for one year so I find it easier to start from somewhere so that I know that I am getting to all (most!) of those outcomes.  Student math journals are bound together in a book at the end of the year.  A student-made document they can read.

This one was tricky.  We used the cut out mittens first to show the double, put your four pairs (for example)  in front of you, how many left handed mittens do you have?  How many right?  Write the double math sentence on your white board.  This was the culminating doubles lesson.

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