Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell

Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
Math Manipulative Mega Bundle by Kim Adsit and Michele Scannell
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  1. Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 20 color
  2. Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 21 linki
  3. Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you!So many of us have counting
  4. Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 19 geobo
  5. Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 19 patte
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Pattern Blocks

Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 19 pattern block centers including an “I Can…” card, recording pages, and detailed lesson plans including ways to differentiate.

So many of us have pattern blocks in our classroom, but are not sure what to do with them. This unit will provide you with the necessary knowledge and materials to help you make the most out of your pattern blocks. The purpose of this unit is to give you ideas for things that your students can do independently with these manipulatives. The minilessons in this unit will help your students gain independence through scaffolding. These lessons follow the traditional minilesson format, although the parts are labeled differently. You will demonstrate (I do), you will allow your students to try it on their own with your support (We do) and you will then allow them to try it on their own (You do). By providing this scaffold for you students you have given them the support they need in order to be more successful when they are working independently. After you teach the lessons and you feel your students are ready to work independently, place all the materials, the “I can” chart, and the recording sheets with the pattern blocks.

All of the lessons and activities provided in the unit do not have to be taught consecutively. Feel free to pick and choose the order of activities to meet your needs and the needs of your students. Each lesson stands on its own and is not dependent on material presented in previous lessons. The only exception to this is the Data lessons. The three lessons are dependent upon the lesson before and are sequenced.

Linking Cubes

Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 21 unifix cubes centers including an “I Can…” card, recording pages, and detailed lesson plans including ways to differentiate.

So many of us have unifix cubes in our classroom, but are not sure what to do with them. This unit will provide you with the necessary knowledge and materials to help you make the most out of your unifix cubes. The purpose of this unit is to give you ideas for things that your students can do independently with these manipulatives. The mini lessons in this unit will help your students gain independence through scaffolding. These lessons follow the traditional mini lesson format, although the parts are labeled differently. You will demonstrate (I do), you will allow your students to try it on their own with your support (We do), and you will then allow them to try it on their own (You do). By providing this scaffold for you students you have given them the support they need in order to be more successful when they are working independently. After you teach the lessons and you feel your students are ready to work independently, place all the materials, the “I can” chart, and the recording sheets with the unifix cubes.

All of the lessons and activities provided in the unit do not have to be taught consecutively. Feel free to pick and choose the order of activities to meet your needs and the needs of your students. Each lesson stands on its own and is not dependent on material presented in previous lessons.

Colored Tiles

Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 20 colored tiles centers including an “I Can…” card, recording pages, and detailed lesson plans including ways to differentiate.

So many of us have colored tiles in our classroom, but are not sure what to do with them. This unit will provide you with the necessary knowledge and materials to help you make the most out of your colored tiles. The purpose of this unit is to give you ideas for things that your students can do independently with these manipulatives. The mini lessons in this unit will help your students gain independence through scaffolding. These lessons follow the traditional mini lesson format, although the parts are labeled differently. You will demonstrate (I do), you will allow your students to try it on their own with your support (We do), and you will then allow them to try it on their own (You do). By providing this scaffold for you students you have given them the support they need in order to be more successful when they are working independently. After you teach the lessons and you feel your students are ready to work independently, place all the materials, the “I can” chart, and the recording sheets with the colored tiles.

All of the lessons and activities provided in the unit do not have to be taught consecutively. Feel free to pick and choose the order of activities to meet your needs and the needs of your students. Each lesson stands on its own and is not dependent on material presented in previous lessons.

Counting Bears

Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you!

So many of us have counting bears in our classroom, but are not sure what to do with them. This unit will provide you with the necessary knowledge and materials to help you make the most out of your counting bears. The purpose of this unit is to give you ideas for things that your students can do independently with these manipulatives. The minilessons in this unit will help your students gain independence through scaffolding. These lessons follow the traditional minilesson format, although the parts are labeled differently. You will demonstrate (I do), you will allow your students to try it on their own with your support (We do) and you will then allow them to try it on their own (You do). By providing this scaffold for you students you have given them the support they need in order to be more successful when they are working independently. After you teach the lessons and you feel your students are ready to work independently, place all the materials, the “I can” chart, and the recording sheets with the counting bears.

Geoboards

Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activities that will allow them to expand their mathematical thinking and grow in confidence as mathematicians? Well this is the unit for you! This unit includes 19 geoboard centers including an “I Can…” card, recording pages, and detailed lesson plans including ways to differentiate.

So many of us have geoboards in our classroom, but are not sure what to do with them. This unit will provide you with the necessary knowledge and materials to help you make the most out of your geoboards. The purpose of this unit is to give you ideas for things that your students can do independently with these manipulatives. The mini lessons in this unit will help your students gain independence through scaffolding. These lessons follow the traditional mini lesson format, although the parts are labeled differently. You will demonstrate (I do), you will allow your students to try it on their own with your support (We do), and you will then allow them to try it on their own (You do). By providing this scaffold for you students you have given them the support they need in order to be more successful when they are working independently. After you teach the lessons and you feel your students are ready to work independently, place all the materials, the “I can” chart, and the recording sheets with the geoboards.

All of the lessons and activities provided in the unit do not have to be taught consecutively. Feel free to pick and choose the order of activities to meet your needs and the needs of your students. Each lesson stands on its own and is not dependent on material presented in previous lessons.

All lessons and activities in this unit support the math standards for kindergarten and first grade. Activities for counting, shapes, addition, subtraction, decomposing and composing number, measurement and data are included. The common core state standards for each grade level are listed as well as the NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) standards for each group of lessons.

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