Whether you’re brand new to math workshop and don’t know where to start, or you’ve been using a workshop model in your classroom for years, we hope find something you can use to take your math workshop to the next level for the next school year!
Audience – K-5 Posts
An abacus is so much more than just a “simple device” for counting or adding, with applications that extend into much higher level operations and concepts.
An abacus can actually help students learn and practice many mathematical concepts in a very developmentally appropriate way for students in elementary school. Students can practice subitizing, conservation to a number, addition, subtraction, place value, multiplication, division, fractions, and even decimals!
How do you know if that child has the flexibility and skills to be able to solve problems multiple ways? Announcing a new resource that can help!
“Why can’t we just do it the way we learned it?” T-Pops understands that building number sense and the ability to communicate thinking is much more important!
Place value is a fairly abstract concept for kids. They often have a hard time manipulating and seeing the different parts of the numbers. The Value Pak can help!
This week, allow me to introduce Abracus! The second of our Math Mights featured in the Math Mights 8-in-1 Flip Chart: Addition Strategies, Abracus holds a magic wand and uses the strategy of compensation. Many times people confuse the strategies of...
Over the next few weeks, to celebrate the launch of our Math Mights 8-in-1 Flip Chart for Addition Strategies, we want to take some time to introduce you to our four main characters: D.C., Abracus, Value Pak, and T-Pops!