Math
Math Games
This approach to problem solving is based on a KWL chart for reading. The students really grasp this concept and it is beneficial for organizing their thoughts. Here is a more indepth look at this problem solving chart:
K What do you know?  W What is your strategy?  C Carry out your plan  L Look back and explain 
I know...  My strategy is... To solve this problem, I will...  Show all of your work here.  This is how I solved the problem... First... Next... Last... 
Students write down that they know about the problem. Most of the information written in this section comes directly from the problem itself.  In this section, students write down their strategy for solving the problem. Some strategies include, but are not limited to the following:
 In this section, students show all of their work. This helps in demonstrating the student's understanding.  Students look back at their work and answer to make sure it makes sense. 
These blackline masters come from a companion website to John Van de Walle's series of books Teaching StudentCentered Mathematics. The links below will open a pdf file with the blackline master designated that can be downloaded and printed.
Try out these fun mathlearning sites!!!
Snakes and Ladders: Number Sense
Mend the Number: Number sense
Cyber Pattern Player : Sound Patterns
Watch Addem: Lost Babies : Adding Movie
Count the Money: Challenging
Funny Fingers: counting fingers
Save the Whale: Basic Addition
Calculator: simple calculator
Days of the Week: Put day in order
Months of the Year: Put months in order
Word Problem Practice
Online Math Games
Tips For Math This wonderful site came from Mrs. Hayes
Place Value Games for Online Activities
Math Stations
Lesson Plans for Mathematics
Math Their Way Math Tubs
Print and Learn
Marcy Cook
Measurement
Graphing
'Concept' units for your student's Math JournalZero the Hero near end of page, More Zero the Hero
Measuring Record near end of page
Marcia's Math Tubs
Super Links...lots of math tub ideas
Don't just look at those for your grade level. Often one idea inspires another that will work "just right"!
First/Second/Third Grade  Early Learning Math Tubs 
Math Tubs from the School Bell  
Mathamaticians at Work  Math Tubs and Thematic Ideas 
Classroom Connections  Mat Tubs with pictures 
The Teacher's Corner (look for more ideas on the index)  Mathamaticians at Work 
Math Station Contract  Virtual Vine Math 
Ideas for ImplementationMath Stations  Number stations 
Coins and Money  Kelly's Math Activities 
Math Skills  
Room 108 Telling Time  An interactive clock to help your child master telling time. Connect the Dots  Practice counting by 1, 2, 5, and 10's. You can print a picture to color when you're finished. Math Maven Mysteries  Calling all math detectives! Mysteries are popping all over town, and our chief sleuth needs your help to crack each case. Teacher's guide included. Learning to Use Money  The purpose of this lesson is for you to learn about the different kinds of money and how to use coins and bills to pay for things. Illuminations has 90 online activities available.  Max's Math Adventure  Make a bar graph to compare the hair colors of students in your class. Real Scientific Calculator  This calculator does it all. Even graph your results. Mainly for older kids but young ones can eperiement. Room 108 Number OrderA great place to work on math concepts. Children are asked to place three numbers from least to most. I Know That  A great website filled with mathematic games sorted by grade level. 
First Grade Skill Builders  Interactive Sites 
Copyright 2000  2006 Susan Brooks and Bill Byles
Mathematics Skills  
Emanipulatives  money, counters, number line, pattern cubes and more. Math Lingo  For each term or definition, click on the matching piece on the game board. This site gives the user audio directions.  
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