Anchor Charts in Action: Why Play Math Games?

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2nd - 5th, Adult Education, Staff
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  1. Congratulations! You are well on your way to using math games to work more fun into your math block! Math games are one fantastic way to engage students AND teach math concepts. Want a little more background about using games in your math class? CLICKHERE to watch a short video with some ideas and
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Using anchor charts is a key part of many teachers' planning and instruction routines. Sometimes the anchor chart alone isn't enough--and we need to examine the "why"...the STORY behind the anchor chart!

This free video series takes specifics anchor charts and explains the teaching practices behind them, gives suggestions for use, and other notes of interest for teachers wanting to improve their instruction.

Each video will have an accompanying guide with the images of key slides from the video to track your thinking and to serve as a reminder of the content covered. I hope you enjoy this fun and meaningful way to enrich your teaching and professional development!

This video focuses on the reasons we play math games. It is perfect for people using a math workshop or guided math approach to help their students understand the reasons we play games… that games are fun, but they are much much more than that! Pull up a chair, grab a snack, and spend the next 10 minutes with some food for thought about how to help make your math game time more meaningful for everyone!

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