"I love the math menus! Your tips on making this work are very thoughtful. I may use some of the menus for center work and I may use some options on the menus for performance tasks." --SandyPaul
Looking for a simple way to enrich your students' understanding in math? These math menus are all you need! This resource includes:
--Math menus for each of the fourth grade common core standards
--Math menus are differentiated by level of understanding to support all of your learners
--Tips on how to make this work in your classroom
--A blank math menu for you or your students to add their own projects
--A simple self-assessment for students to reflect on their work
This resource is less than 50 cents a page and will provide all the enrichment you need for your math workshop! If you like this resource, check out these math menus for grades three and five as well.
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I just downloaded the Math Menus for fourth grade and am very excited to implement in my classroom. That being said, I was wondering if you have any suggestions for introducing menus to the whole class. My kids this year are HORRIBLE at reading directions so this isn't something I am just going to be able to distribute. I was thinking of doing a kind of jigsaw activity so that we can hit a lot of information at once, but I would love to hear your thoughts or advice. Thanks in advance, Newbie Teacher!
I usually introduce the math menus after teaching a concept, usually the day after the assessment. I return the assessment to the kids so they can get a clearer picture of their level of understanding. I will say something like "If you scored mostly 3s on your assessment then you are probably at a level 3 and this column is probably most appropriate for you." Then I review all of the tasks and show students the materials. I give them a lot of time on the first day to begin a project. After that, this becomes a rotation in my math workshop (that can be explained in math workshop management pack). Hope this helps!!
October 8, 2012
i would really like to read a sample but cant see it?