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Students will use snack foods to create one-step math stories, number sentences, and number bonds. Class will begin with a short discussion on Math vocabulary: whole, part, join, and separate. Learners will begin with a random handful (usually about 20 pieces) of snacks placed on their plates. Students will count and record the total number they have, and then with teacher guidance, students will manipulate their snacks and write math stories, number sentences and number bonds to represent...
Using concrete, pictorial, and abstract learning approaches, students will understand what it means to join or separate numbers and be able to write math stories through real life experience. Students will demonstrate the ability to explain their learning.
Math is all around us. Students gain a much deeper understanding of concepts when lessons are combined with real life experiences. By using snacks as manipulatives, I am able to show learners exactly what it means to join and separate (add and subtract) numbers. Acting out the operations, one step at a time, gives the students the ability to explain their learning with pictures, numerals, and words.
No homework assigned, but snack time is always a great time to practice counting, skip counting, adding, subtracting, and comparing.
Snack foods such as: goldfish, pretzel bites, mini cookies, dried cherries, almonds, cereal, etc. Wide ruled notebook paper Pencil
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Observations Sharing math stories
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Bonnie SchweinsbergReady to Go! Ready to GROW!
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Hi Kids! My name is Mrs. Schweinsberg. That's a long name, so call me Ms. Bonnie if you like. I am so happy to meet you! My favorite subjects are READING and WRITING, but I love learning and teaching about all different subjects. The...