There are 20 days worth of daily math spiral review pages included.
The concepts covered are:
- Place value (base-10, standard form, expanded notation, and word form)
- Compare and order numbers/equations
- Naming points on a number line
- Naming equal parts as fractions
- Finding the unknowns (addition/subtraction)
- Problem solving (addition/subtraction)
- Counting coins
- 10 more, 10 less, 100 more, 100 less
- 2-dimensional shapes
- 3-dimensional shapes
- Telling time
Daily Math Review Suggestions for Use:
I spiral review daily in my class. It has proven to be extremely beneficial on our state and district assessments. It helps build on concepts already taught and keeps those concepts fresh in the students’ minds.
These daily spiral review sheets could be gone over whole group or used as a Bellringer. I use them as part of our morning routine. As a way to conserve paper, I cut notebook paper in half and have it in a basket by the door. When students enter, they get a paper, fold it in half 3 times and trace over the folds to create 8 boxes. I display the daily math review with my projector. They “show their work” and write the answers in the boxes on their papers and then we go over them.
These would also work great run off in advance and placed on student desks as they walk in or in a specified spot for them to get.
They could also be used as homework assignments.
January Math Spiral Review
January Addition and Subtraction Scavenger Hunt
January Addition and Subtraction Computation Practice