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Lesson 8 Bundle

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All material from Lesson 8 Part 1 Addition of Three or More Whole Numbers (Regroup Strategy).
1. A PowerPoint lesson containing 37 slides and 3 different activities that imitate what you would normally write on the board.
2. An activities worksheet to go along with the PowerPoint.
3. A homework assignment geared to help students master the concept.
4. A note to parents to help them understand the reasons behind the lesson.

All material from Lesson 8 Part 2 Addition of Three or More Whole Numbers (Lattice Strategy).
1. A PowerPoint lesson containing 10 slides and 2 different activities that imitate what you would normally write on the board.
2. An activities worksheet to go along with the PowerPoint.
3. A homework assignment geared to help students master the concept.
4. A note to parents to help them understand the reasons behind the lesson.

All material from Lesson 8 Part 3 Addition of Three or More Whole Numbers (Scratch Strategy).
1. A PowerPoint lesson containing 17 slides and 2 different activities that imitate what you would normally write on the board.
2. An activities worksheet to go along with the PowerPoint.
3. A homework assignment geared to help students master the concept.
4. A note to parents to help them understand the reasons behind the lesson.

This bundle contains three different strategies that may be used for adding three or more whole numbers. I suggest you introduce your students to all three different strategies and practice each one. But in the end, students should be given the opportunity to choose the strategy they like best. Even better, they need to understand that they do not need to use the same strategy on every problem and different strategies work better on different problems. The goal of using a multi-dimensional approach to math is to develop the student’s ability to analyze a situation, make a decision on a strategy to use, and solve the problem. This multi-dimensional approach will help create problem solvers and not just robots that can only do what they are told.
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