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Calling all Numberblocks fans! Join me for this fun and interactive course where students will learn early subtraction skills using numbers 0-10. We will begin class with introductions and students will get to see my Numberblocks friends 1-10! We will briefly practice counting and identifying numbers, making amounts to match numbers, etc. Then, using the "I do, We do, You do" method of teaching, I will model how to subtract using two numbers and objects (blocks, M&Ms or other candy, Cheerios,...
Student will practice counting. Students will learn early subtraction skills using numbers 0-10.
I have taught kindergarten-first grade math skills for over 10 years, but I have many years of experience teaching/tutoring a variety of ages in the area of math. I also have taken many professional development courses to continue my craft in providing effective instruction that helps students achieve goals and become successful learners. More than anything, I am just a person who cares and wants children to feel successful and accomplished.
Handouts will be provided after class to allow students to continue practicing early subtraction skills at home.
4 files available upon enrollmentDry erase boards/markers are very helpful in practicing math skills and make it easy for students to erase and continue practicing but not required. Handouts will be provided upon enrollment. If students do not have a printer, that is ok. They will still be able to practice with the class. pencil paper eraser crayons objects for counting- math cubes, cheerios, counters, circle or square cut-outs, etc. (Numberblock cubes are not required.) Play-doh is also great to use when completing subtraction problems as we can smash to "take away".
Informal assessment will take place during the course.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hello! My name is Casey, and I have been an educator for 15 years, but I have over 20 years of experience working with children. Much of my experience is teaching Pre-K and Kindergarten skills, but I also have experience in higher grade levels and...