A gallery walk is a fantastic way to get students up and moving around the classroom, while completing curriculum-related tasks that will reinforce their knowledge.
During a gallery walk, cards are posted around the room, each containing a task for students to complete. Students move around the room, completing the tasks on their recording sheet.
I love gallery walks because they integrate movement into a lesson that reinforces essential knowledge. Kinesthetic learners are engaged, and classroom management issues become minimal. Gallery walks are a great idea for formal observations by your administration, as you are integrating other intelligences into your math lesson.
This gallery walk includes 25 cards in all and focuses addition and subtraction fact families using ten frames. Two levels are included with this gallery walk: sums to 20 and sums to 100. This will allow you to differentiate based on your own unique classroom. Please see the free preview for full details.