This program contains:
--- Workbook (71 pages) with ideas for
- Concept Development
- Consolidation (Games and activities)
- Generalisation (Activities)
--- Answer Book (72 pages)
- Tutor notes
- Resources (Thousands Place Value Mat, Poison Game, Banker Game)
This program has been in the making for a very long time and I am happy to put it up in my store ready to go. I have been refining it for over 20 years.
I am now semi-retired so I have revised it to be a stand-alone intervention package that you can hand to a teaching assistant or tutor. It is designed for students in Grade 4 or late Grade 3 who have not mastered the basic concepts at Year 3 level. The screening test I have developed is available separately as a freebie and will identify Grade 2, 3 and 4 skills that need intervention of some kind.
The program includes concept development, consolidation exercises and ideas for generalising, 60 Task Cards and some basic resources to get you started. Extra resources are linked in case you need them.
The Answer Book includes all answers so your teaching assistant or tutor can target specific skills and check for accuracy as your students progress. You won't have to check a thing unless there is a major hurdle, and at this level, there shouldn't be.
The program is linked to the Australian Curriculum and ACARA references are provided if you need accountability in this area.
You can use the program as a stand-alone and it is ideal for Home-schooling used this way, or for groups who have similar needs. There are worksheets and Task Cards that can be used for a whole class.
The games that I use have been developed specifically for this level and have been hyperlinked against the skills they target so you can use them to consolidate if you wish. Adding these games to a Maths Centre after your intervention group have learned to play would be a great way to be inclusive.