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Rainbow Arrays: Using Repeated Addition in a Colorful Way
In this one time class, students will use colorful candy and paint to create arrays and discuss repeated addition.
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In this one time class, learners will be introduced to repeated addition through arrays. We will use colorful candy like Skittles as a manipulative to create visual representations of arrays. This class will help learners understand the very basics of multiplication. This class will be fun, allow students to be creative and sweet when they enjoy eating their manipulatives after our lesson is complete! Skills taught in this class: - definition of array and creation by student of arrays of...
- definition of array and creation by student of arrays of different sizes - skip counting by twos, threes, and fives - identifying how many sets are shown and transferring that information to writing a number sentence For example: I see 8 sets of 3. 3+3+3+3+3+3+3+3=24 - listening to word problems and solving using an array with assistance from the instructor - identifying real world examples of arrays
-Learners will read a story problem and color an array themselves to solve. There will be an attached worksheet for them to do this. This should take approximately 15 minutes outside of class and may require parental support.
2 files available upon enrollmentAt least 30 pieces of colorful candy (I will be using Skittles, but you could also use M&Ms, gummy bears, cereal or fruit snacks) 8 small bowls or cups or a muffin tin with 12 spaces (I will be using a muffin tin) Paper and pencil or marker and white board Q-tips Paint in several colors (washable may be best in case of accidents) Attached file printed before class to paint on
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I will informally assess learning as I observe their individual arrays and comments.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Morgan NelsonFormer early childhood teacher, ASL fluent, and math instructor!
191 total reviews
164 completed classes
Hello! My name is Miss Morgan and I am so excited to meet your learner! I am passionate about early childhood education and math for all ages! I am a child of a Deaf adult and have taken 2 years of formal ASL instruction. I have a Bachelors degree...