Georgia Common Core lessons Engage NY Common Core lessons (This is the 4th grade page. Other grades are linked on the left side of this page.) Bridges Supplements This is the 3rd grade page, but the other grades are linked on the left side of this page. The supplemental activities are downloadable as PDFs.

Illuminations Activities from NCTM

Let's Count To Ten, a set of lessons that helps children learn to count objects. In Lesson 1, students make groups of zero to 5 objects, connect number names to the groups, compose and decompose numbers, and use numerals to record the size of a group. Visual, auditory, and kinesthetic activities are used to help students begin to acquire a sense of number. By Lesson 8, students are creating, decomposing, and comparing sets of zero to 10 objects and writing the cardinal number for each set.

Frogs on a Log: Students learn their first basic addition facts as they make the connection between counting and finding one more than a number. Students will manipulate frogs on a number line to represent adding 1 to a number.

Do It With Dominoes, a set of lessons that helps children develop a rich conceptual schema for addition by exploring four models of addition, counting, number lines, sets and balanced equations. The "sets" model uses dot cards or dominoes, as does the lesson on "Seeing Doubles." The concept of missing addends is explored in the last lesson.

How Many More Fish?This unit focuses on comparative subtraction. The students use fish-shaped crackers to explore five meanings for the operations of subtraction (counting, sets, number line, balance, and inverse of addition). Comparative subtraction extends the students early understandings about counting, addition, and subtraction in the take-away mode. In this unit, the students investigate properties of subtraction, represent subtraction in objects and pictures, and record subtraction in both vertical notation and equations. They create and solve problems involving comparative subtraction. Students answer such questions as "How many more?" and "How many less?" Missing addend activities provide students with an experience in algebraic thinking.

Sum Search During this lesson, students practice addition facts (with sums of 5, 6, 7, and 8) in a concentration-game format using dominoes. Then they generate sums to given numbers using a calculator and record them on a hundreds chart and look for patterns.

Take Away This lesson introduces elementary students to subtraction through solving and creating story problems involving taking away. The objective is to create a link between students' experiences and mathematics. This lesson was adapted from "Helping Students Understand Subtraction" by Anita Page, which appeared in the November 1994 Teaching Children Mathematics, Vol. 1, No. 3.

Coming to Know Number: A Mathematics Activity Resource
for Elementary School Teachers, by Grayson H. Wheatley.
Published by Mathematics Learning, Tallahassee, Florida, 1999.

Developing Number Concepts by Kathy Richardson.
This book is a companion to the Assessing Math Concepts
booklets listed below.

Also, if you go to Amazon.com and search for Daily 5 Math you'll find some interesting books about math centers and daily math practice, including Math Work Stations: Independent Learning You Can Count On, K-2, by Debbie Diller, published by Stenhouse Publishers, 2011.

A simple pathway game board is helpful for counting. Roll a dice or turn over a card and move your piece (a dry bean, button, some other small object) that number of steps in the pathway. Children who count well can use two dice and try to determine the total number of steps before moving their piece. If two people play, the game is to see who gets to the end first.

## Kindergarten - 1st grade resources - games, activities, web pages

If you would like to contribute items, please email them to me. Include any attachments that you'd like to share. -Rob## Guided MAth Trainings

Click here for bit.ly resources for Core Lessons, Assessing Resources, Online Interactive Games, Fact Fluency Activities, and Center/Game Ideas

PowerPoint on early number concepts, counting, more/less and number relationships

PowerPoint on addition, subtraction and early place value

PowerPoint on geometry, measurement and data

Georgia Common Core lessons

Engage NY Common Core lessons (This is the 4th grade page. Other grades are linked on the left side of this page.)

Bridges Supplements This is the 3rd grade page, but the other grades are linked on the left side of this page. The supplemental activities are downloadable as PDFs.

## Illuminations Activities from NCTM

Let's Count To Ten, a set of lessons that helps children learn to count objects. In Lesson 1, students make groups of zero to 5 objects, connect number names to the groups, compose and decompose numbers, and use numerals to record the size of a group. Visual, auditory, and kinesthetic activities are used to help students begin to acquire a sense of number. By Lesson 8, students are creating, decomposing, and comparing sets of zero to 10 objects and writing the cardinal number for each set.Frogs on a Log: Students learn their first basic addition factsas they make the connection between counting and finding one more

than a number. Students will manipulate frogs on a number line

to represent adding 1 to a number.

Do It With Dominoes, a set of lessons that helps children develop a rich conceptual schema for addition by exploring four models of addition, counting, number lines, sets and balanced equations. The "sets" model uses dot cards or dominoes, as does the lesson on "Seeing Doubles." The concept of missing addends is explored in the last lesson.How Many More Fish?This unit focuses on comparative subtraction. The students use fish-shaped crackers to explore five meanings for the operations of subtraction (counting, sets, number line, balance, and inverse of addition). Comparative subtraction extends the students early understandings about counting, addition, and subtraction in the take-away mode. In this unit, the students investigate properties of subtraction, represent subtraction in objects and pictures, and record subtraction in both vertical notation and equations. They create and solve problems involving comparative subtraction. Students answer such questions as "How many more?" and "How many less?" Missing addend activities provide students with an experience in algebraic thinking.Sum SearchDuring this lesson, students practice addition facts (with sums of 5, 6, 7, and 8) in a concentration-game format using dominoes. Then they generate sums to given numbers using a calculator and record them on a hundreds chart and look for patterns.Take AwayThis lesson introduces elementary students to subtraction through solving and creating story problems involving taking away. The objective is to create a link between students' experiences and mathematics. This lesson was adapted from "Helping Students Understand Subtraction" by Anita Page, which appeared in the November 1994Teaching Children Mathematics, Vol. 1, No. 3.## the teaching channel videos

Let's Count! Learning Numbers in Multiple Ways (pre-K and K)Quick Images: Visualizing Number Combinations

Skip Counting with Counting Collections

Popsicle Stick Math: Making 10

Beyond Fingers: Place Value and the Numbers 11-19

All About Numbers (Explorations with fact families and adding three or four numbers within 20; developing even/odd)

Counting Collections to 100

Leprechaun Traps: Addition Within 100 (A Teaching Channel Video)

## activities for early number sense

by John A. Van de Walle and Louann H. Lovin.

Published by Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, 2006.

Make sets of more/less/same - activity directions

Teacher website with more/less/same activities

for Elementary School Teachers, by Grayson H. Wheatley.

Published by Mathematics Learning, Tallahassee, Florida, 1999.

This book is a companion to the Assessing Math Concepts

booklets listed below.

## rekenreks

Buyrekenrekshere: class set of 25 with teacher board for $62.75 or intervention group set of 6 with teacher board for $20Rekenrek activities and directions for making your own (pdf)

Additional rekenrek activities (pdf)

## Ten Frame Activities

Download the packet of ten frame activities, with black-line masters you can use to make your own ten frame cards, dot cards etc.These You Tube videos show how they can be used: How to Teach a Child Math, Pt. 1 and How to Teach a Child Math, Pt. 2.

It Makes Sense!: Using Ten-frames to Build Number Sense,Grades K-2, by Melissa ConklinAvailable at Amazon

## number talks

Number Talks: Helping Children Build Mental Mathand Computation Strategies, Grades K-5, by Sherry ParrishIncludes DVD

Available at Amazon

and Math Perspectives Teacher Development Center

The distinction between lessons and number talks (PDF)

## assessments

Ingham ISD Number sense assessment for K and 1, to supplement AIMSweb screeningto accompany Assessing Math Concepts Order here

## cognitively guided instruction

Children's Mathematics: Cognitively Guided Instruction,by Carpenter, Fennema, et. al. 1999, Heinemann

Available at Amazon

CGI Problem Sets for thematic units (fill in the blanks)

Game Boards from Pinterest (and other places) - to download, print and laminate

## Daily 5 for Math

There are some interesting websites and books that might help you if you're setting up a "Daily 5" routine in your classroom, or just want to include more centers. If you find others, let me know.Introducing Math Daily 3 Math by Myself, Math Writing, Math with Someone

BUILD for Math Daily 5 - Buddy games, Using manipulatives, Independent math, Learning about numbers, Doing math

Adventures in Teaching with a BUILD section

Daily 5 math ideas on Pinterest

Exploring Daily 5 Math in Kindergarten (Mrs. Grochocki's Daily 5 Math)

Delightful Daily 5 Cafe - Math Daily 5 (Laura Komos' blog)

you'll find some interesting books about math centers and

daily math practice, including

Math Work Stations: Independent Learning You Can Count On, K-2,

by Debbie Diller, published by Stenhouse Publishers, 2011.

Lots of games on this Numeracy website.

A simple pathway game board is helpful for counting. Roll a dice or turn over a card and move your piece (a dry bean, button, some other small object) that number of steps in the pathway. Children who count well can use two dice and try to determine the total number of steps before moving their piece. If two people play, the game is to see who gets to the end first.

## Geometry and Measurement Resources

Georgia Common Core Standards Activities for 1st grade geometry (All Georgia Common Core lesson plan documents, by grade - the overview document gives the topics for each unit)

YouTube video: Learn Shapes with Clever Car - Cartoon 3: Kite

The Greedy Triangle, written by Marilyn Burns, read on School Tube, on Anna Brantley's blog Crazy for First Grade

Shape Helper - found on Peace, Love and First Grade, graphics by Ashley Hughes

Shapes to color and count

Make a bar graph with shapes

2-D and 3-D Shapes with similar attributes

Fun video to learn 3-D shapes (sphere, cylinder, cube, cone) with real-life examples

Interactive applets about shapes

Peace, Love and First Grade, a blog by "Laura"

Ashley Hughes' Teachers Pay Teachers Store

Four Pinterest sites about shapes:

Online pattern blocks

NLVM (National Library of Virtual Manipulatives home page)

MathPlayground.com

NCTM Illuminations (Patch Tool)