“Find Someone Who” is a great way to review math skills. All of your students are up and moving around, interacting with each other, and learning at the same time.
Each of these activities is Common Core aligned.
During “Find Someone Who”, one student answers the question, the other one records it, and they don’t record the answer unless they agree. The cooperative learning that goes on in that situation is fantastic. I love overhearing my kids coach or praise each other.
I use “Find Someone Who” in many ways in my classroom.
*As an activity while learning the concept
*As review before a test
*To “refresh” a concept at the beginning of a unit (something that was covered in a previous grade)
*Throughout the year, to keep topics “fresh” in students’ minds
It usually takes students 15-20 minutes to finish the page, depending on the concept.
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