Are you using Engage New York / Eureka Math
? Then this resource of parent letters and print-and-play games or activities
will help you support your families while teaching First Grade Module 6
* A letter to parents for each topic A through G within module 6,
* Corresponding engaging games or activities to send home with the letter (send one or more or choose to use some in class) for students to practice skills taught in class within each topic - games require no fancy set up... students will need to be taught how to use a pencil and paper clip on the spinners. A paper clip is the only requirement for game play on some pages. Simply print and play! Scissors and/or glue are the only requirement for some of the activities.
Games/Activities are as follows:
Topic A - 3 choices
Topic B - 6 choices
Topic C - 5 choices
Topic D - 2 choices plus an Addition Strategies Handout for parents to keep as a reference
Topic E - 5 choices
Topic F - 3 choices
Topic G - 2 print outs to send home with the letter for game ideas/suggestions within the topic G letter. One is a Race to the Top paper and the other has number cards that can be cut out and used for a suggested subtraction game. The letter for topic F explains how to play 4 different games, 2 of which require nothing more than dice and paper. :)
This resource has been sent off to the Spanish
translator and will be updated as soon as possible (hopefully by the end of March!). Thank you!
Would you like a game for a different skill within Module 6?
E-mail me! My email address can be found on page 1. I am always happy to make any minor changes you need to make this resource useful for your needs.
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Thanks and have a GREAT school year! :)