These Number and Operations in Base Ten project-based activities are a way to enrich your high-achieving students through independent work study, while you are able to focus on providing instruction and support to your on level and approaching level students.
activities were created based on the first grade Common Core State Standards. They come in both color and black and white copies, so you can chose which you’d like to use. They can be used by any students or teachers who teach skills related to Number & Operations in Base Ten.
While the first six activities are based on the first grade CCSS, the last two activities are based on the second grade CCSS for your students who are really ready for a challenge. They are written using Bloom’s Taxonomy
vocabulary (bold words on each activity sheet) and left without any specific directions on HOW to complete the activity (on purpose), to meet those higher-level, critical thinking skills. These activities may be completed in one academic period (by your quick thinking, fast working students), but were written with the goal of truly being a project-based learning experience, that may take several days to complete.
This is a bundle
of all five of the CCSS Domain- Number & Operations in Base Ten resources that I have. Click to see each of them individually:
Math Project-Based Learning & Enrichment- Counting and Number Patterns
Math Project-Based Learning & Enrichment- Tens and Ones
Math Project-Based Learning & Enrichment- Comparing and Ordering Numbers
Math Project-Based Learning & Enrichment- Adding Tens and Ones
Math Project-Based Learning & Enrichment- Subtracting Tens and Ones
Also included is a guide on how to successfully incorporate these enrichment activities into your daily schedule. It includes:
♦ How to assess who is ready for enrichment
♦ How to get started
♦ Management strategies
♦ Encouraging enrichment for all students
In my classroom, the students who work on these enrichment activities varies lesson to lesson. I base my decision on whether or not that student needs whole group instruction, or if they are able to complete the lesson without any prior instruction. If a student can demonstrate to me that they can complete the math activity, before I have even given any instruction, they are ready for an enrichment activity.
These activities can also be used by your students as a math center or during PBL time.
You may also be interested in the other CCSS domain sets:
Operations & Algebraic Thinking Bundle
Measurement & Data Bundle
All CCSS MEGA Bundle