Are your students having trouble retaining the math skills they need to be successful? I created this resource as a supplement to the math program adopted by my district. By the end of the year my students were more confident math learners and performed much better on state-wide testing. An added plus – This product requires no copying or prep on your part! All students need is a composition notebook to record their answers.
Second nine weeks skills:
Weeks 10 - 13 – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: Practice with numbers within 70-89. Students are given a number, write that number in words, determine if it is even or odd, and write the 5 numbers that come after and before it. Students will add and subtract 10 and determine how many tens and ones in the number. Tuesday and Thursday: Time to the hour and half hour and coin identification/values (counting mixed coins)
Week 14 – Monday: Practice with numbers within 90 – 99. Students continue with skills above but also begin with greater than, less than and equal to; Tuesday: Time to the hour and half hour, coin identification/values, reading graphs; Wednesday: identifying shapes, sides and vertices; Thursday: Algebraic numbers and operations – Fact families, patterning, and word problems; Friday – Quick check assessment
Weeks 15-18 – Monday: Practice with numbers over 100. Students determine the number of the day with base 10 blocks. Students continue with skills above but also begin with completing number patterns; Tuesday: Time to the hour and half hour, coin identification/values, reading graphs, measurement; Wednesday: identifying 2D and 3D shapes, sides/faces, vertices, equal parts and fractions; Thursday: Algebraic numbers and operations – Fact families (missing numbers), patterning, and word problems; Friday – Quick check assessment
Also included with this resource is a Number Words sheet for students to refer to when writing the numbers in words. (I copy this for each student and tape on their desk.)
This resource is also available in a PowerPoint Edition for those who do not have SmartBoards in their classrooms.
Be sure to look for the first, third, and fourth nine week units in my TPT store!