Have you ever tried working with a child and wished you had a manipulative, reference card, or some other type of resource to help that child?
This year long math bundle has all types of resources to help remediate, and accelerate students, as well as resources simply to add to your lesson or interactive notebook.
Regular classroom teachers, Inclusion teachers, special education resource teachers, and RTI teachers will have a ready resource, for example, to help the child that is having trouble subtracting 3 digits from 3 digits. Just pull out a number line, or a reference card to help the student.
What’s in the Math Resource Bundle?
This resource bundle contains all types of mini-anchor charts,
reference cards, math tools / manipulatives, and graphic organizers.
It contains items for Common core standards, Grades 2-5.
Many of the items included are compatible with interactive notebooks. There are some graphic organizers that are too large for the interactive notebooks, however most items will fit a spiral interactive notebook. (There are some organizers that will still fit if you turn them sideways.)
The Math Resource Bundle does not include answer keys. These resources are specifically to aid a children in achieving the standards that have been taught in the classroom.
These resources may help not only with remediation, but also with acceleration. If a child can already multiply 2 x 2 digits, why not let
the student practice 2 x 3 digits on an appropriate multiplication grid.
I placed my pages in a 3-ring binder so that
I have the resources I need with me at all times.
I have included pictures of how I set up my own 3-ring binder.
I take my math seriously and I believe this will be a valuable resource
you can use in your classroom for years to come!
This is a terrific price and all be a valuable tool in the classroom!
Resource Items Included in this Math Resource Bundle
Photos of how I set up a Math Resource Binder
Binder Cover & Spines (colored and b/w version)
Misc. Resources (12 pages, including various sizes of grids, 2-sided counters, counting beans, graphic organizers...)
Problem Solving (9 pages, including graphic organizers, and reference cards which include problem solving strategies, operation key words...)
Operations and Algebraic Thinking (19 pages - including Venn Diagrams for LCM and GCF, multiplication tables, and reference cards which include input/out robot and function table, common multiples, LCM, factors, GCF, prime/composite, Order of Operations (PEMDAS), Parentheses/Braces/Brackets, and various types of coordinate grids (Positive and Positive/Negative)
Numbers and Operations
Place Value (16 pages, including addition charts, number bonds, popsicle sticks and bundles, various place value grids (1 each: through thousands, millions, billions), place value blocks, including a thousand's block, greater than/less than symbols, place value mat through 100's, ways to write a number,and reference cards which include even/odd, and a rounding rap.
Addition/Subtraction (21 pages, including various number lines, (positive and positive/negative), addition tables, number bonds, addition and subtraction grids for practicing and lining numbers up evenly, and reference cards which include properties of addition, and when to borrow.
Multiplication / Division (34 pages, including multiplication tables, arrays, grids for standard algorithms and partial products and partial quotients, area models, and reference cards, including the rules of divisibility, the steps of division...)
Fractions / Decimals - (27 pages, including fraction charts, (labeled and unlabeled), large fraction pieces, fraction models, blank circles and rectangles, decimal squares, decimal square mats, decimal place value chart, and reference cards which include the shortcut version of comparing numbers, equivalent fractions, proper/improper/mixed number explanation, the two parts of a fraction...)
Measurement/Data (62 pages, includes measurement charts, how to convert chart, rulers, ( 1in / 1/2 in / 1/4 in rulers - These rulers are to scale, however they only go to 9 inches since regular paper is not long enough.), measuring cups and beakers in different units, graduated cylinders, Gallon Man, the large G with the liquid measures inside, line plots (4 types), telling time clocks, elapsed time clocks, graphs, circle measurement, angle measurement, circles, money (1 dollar through 100 dollars / pennies through half dollars, and reference cards which include area, perimeter, volume, protractor, additive angle, Pi, circle diameter, circle circumference...)
Geometry - (40 pages which include prefixes of shapes, solid and nets, pattern blocks, blank circles and rectangles, symmetry foldables, tangrams, and reference cards which include parts of a 3-D solid, shapes/polygons, classifying quadrilaterals, types of triangles...)
A few of the items are in the bundle under different standards for convenience, since some standards overlap. I did not include these items twice in the descriptions or number of pages listed above.
Click on the link below to visit my blog and see some helpful hints for organizing a notebook or hanging file folder:
Mrs. C's Classroom -Helpful Hints/Organizing Notebook or Hanging File
Links to other math products:
INTERACTIVE MATH NOTEBOOK - MEGA BUNDLE - ALL 4th GRADE COMMON CORE
HANDS-ON MATH STATION BOOKLET BUNDLE (4th Grade)