Resource Shares for the #TeacherFriends Twitter Chat
April 5, 2016
Thanks for joining us to talk more about Math Strategies and Solutions during the #TeacherFriends Twitter Chat! We’ve created this document to be a “living resource”. Please add any ideas or activities you’d like to share with others. We love learning and adding to our instructional tool boxes!
If you have any questions about the Global Math Task Twitter Challenge (#gmttc), please feel free to tweet us! We’d love to help you join in connecting your students to break down the walls of your classroom.
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2nd Grade 4th Grade
Favorite Math Snippet from Bored Shorts TV
A1: “Go To” Math Strategies:
*Count by multiples as we line up, as we wait for people to get papers ready, as a game of “Sparkle, Zap Math” to help understand multiplication for each number.
Free Download: https://goo.gl/2zXXym
*Line up by Prime or Composite numbers
*Draw diagrams/models for math tasks- use Visualization of what the problem is asking using:
*Problem Solving Strategies
*Using arrays to help see composite and prime numbers
*Open number line
* One of the best web resources I’ve found for ideas and activities for Math
*Howard County has some fabulous resources wikis for each of the grade levels in math.
* LearnZillion has dozens of instructional videos on both math and language arts topics.
* Math Worksheets Land provides free lessons and worksheets for many math concepts.
* Common Core Sheets has premade worksheets for many math concepts that can be printed out or completed online.
* Mathwire.com has wonderful activities and ideas for each grade level
*Heidi created a math share blog with resources for Number Talks
Many of their videos are available on YouTube also.
Hardest Math Topics to Find Resources for…
Elapsed Time Rulers:
Looking for resources that are research-based for RTI? Here’s a website with tons of shares…
* Biggest project this year has been participation in the Global Math Task Twitter Challenge
* If you’re an iPad owner or have iPads in your classroom, Kami Butterfield it “da bomb” at sharing engaging and effective apps to use in your classroom for both math and language arts.
You can catch her periscopes on Saturday mornings at 10 or replays on katch.me.
Here’s her “ecard”...
Math Speed Drill
Need to create various types of graphs? Try Create a Graph
The Math Learning Center has several free apps that can be used on different devices.