Review number sense, word problems, and addition and subtraction skills with these no-prep pages that can be used for morning work, math rotations, homework, guided math, or whole group lessons.
This growing bundle includes all my Math Tune-Ups to date: January, February, March, April, May, August/Back-to-School, September, October, November, and December.
The following tune-ups have not been created yet, but will be added: Summer Review. As more packets are added, the price will increase. Grab the bundle now for extra savings!
Use these Math Tune-Ups to reinforce problem solving, number sense, and addition and subtraction skills. Each page features a story problem, an addition/subtraction strategy section, and a number sense review. These are Common Core aligned, but can be used with any first grade math standards. Check out my individual monthly math tune-ups
for a closer look at what these packets include.
These are a part of my daily math rotation, but can also be used for homework, assessment, independent practice, or small group math. Sometimes we solve one together to discuss different strategies as we go.
My students last year lacked many foundational skills entering first grade. I lacked a math curriculum or support from the district regarding pacing and assessment. I created these to help keep my students on track for end of the year, Common Core-aligned expectations. I took into account word problem types, number sense, formative assessment methods, important strategies, and everything I knew I wanted my kids to be able to do. Working through these daily, in addition to multiple, hands-on lessons, helped accelerate my students' progress and gave me the information I needed to differentiate instruction. Even on a crazy day when we've had an assembly, fire drill, and birthday party I know my kids have had practice with important number sense skills because they did their math tune-up!
: These packets sell for $3.50 each. Bundled, you will save 20%!
Click here for my "Strategy Shark" packet, which introduces addition and subtraction strategies and relevant math vocabulary.
Do you use guided math in your classroom? Click here for a set of math mats that can make math groups and independent practice easy to prepare while giving students a way to organize their thinking.