November morning math builds upon the October product. Content from October is reviewed along with new material. Students continue to work almost daily on developing the ability to make sense of word problems and explain how they arrived at a solution. Increasingly difficult place value concepts are also introduced and reviewed during this month's edition of morning math. Students have opportunities to develop number sense. Students are asked to work with numbers up to 100 and determine what comes just before and just after. November morning math will also require students to think about how numbers are made and the significance of each digit.
Students will have multiple problems requiring use of a ruler, this ruler is simply cut out of the paper and used to measure the problem presented requiring no extra prep on the classroom teacher. In the area of graphing and data analysis, students will be coloring turkeys and bears based on a label. Then they will use the data generated from the coloring to develop a bar graph and answer related questions. Lastly students will continue to review 2-D geometric shape, number bonds, picto-graphs, tally marks, and ten frames.
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