Intro to Division With Candy: Introductory (Level 1)
In this one time introduction class, students will have fun while learning how to make concrete representations and solve basic division facts using candy manipulatives and equal groups. (ex. 10/2=5)
Megan Jordan, MAEd
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In this class, learners will be introduced to division through the use of candy manipulatives and equal groups. Using a slideshow for visual learners, we will first complete an ice breaker game to get to know one another, then we will discuss the meaning of division. After our discussion, I will model how to build a visual representation of a division problem and solve it, we will build and solve a few together, then students will build their own and show it/explain their answer to the class...
Students will learn how to model and solve division facts using equal groups (10/2=5).
No homework is required for this course.
*Individually wrapped fruit chew candies (or another small item that is easy to manipulate and work with: Goldfish, M&Ms, Skittles, pennies, etc). You will need approximately 20 in a bag or container so they don't fall on the floor easily. *A dark writing utensil that can easily be seen on camera (marker or pen) *Division recording sheet (available to print in class files upon registration)
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I will observe the progress and understanding of each learner throughout the guided practice through formative assessment and discussion questions. Learners will build their own candy groups to solve a division problem at the end of class.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Megan Jordan, MAEdMrs. Megan, MAEd
35 total reviews
27 completed classes
Hello learners and parents! My name is Megan and I have nearly 10 years of professional education experience. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Special Education and Elementary Education (all subjects) and a Master's degree as a K12 Reading...