Summer is still a litte way off, and Spring break is either just starting or getting over. We aren't thinking about summer slide quite yet, but there are activities and practice pages in this packet that can help your review the material you are teaching this year, or preview what is to come next year.
This packet was designed based on my personal experience tutoring students throughout the last 2 years. These are the topics and skills they struggled with the most. I used the Common Core Standards as a backbone to design each set of activities to be sure my students, and yours, get the most out every practice!
This Workbook Includes:
*Parent Guide with summer schedule, progress monitoring, and completion awards
*4 interactive & reusable activities to build numeracy
*2 Engaging games kids will love to play again and again
*40+ engaging and interactive daily practice sheets
The Standards Addressed:
Numbers & Operations in Base Ten
K: Students will work with the numbers 11-19 to gain a firm foundation for place value.
1: Students will use their understanding of place value to add and subtract.
Preparing for 2: Students will extend their place value understanding to include hundreds.
Operations & Algebraic Thinking
K: Students will use number bonds to explore addition and subtraction. Within 10.
1: Students will use visual aids to solve word problems involving addition and subtraction within 20.
Preparing for 2: Students will explore skip counting, adding equal groups of objects, to build a firm foundation for multiplication.
The Kinds of Activities Included:
*Space Bonds (Number Bonds game, as enjoyable as Candy Land!)
* Bot Bonds Fact Families, Missing Parts, and Missing Sums
*Race themed counting on and back
*Race themed counting on a number line (Problem solving with addition and subtraction)
*Introducing Skip COunting with Soccer Ball COunter Activity
*Using a 120 Chart to see Counting Patterns
*Breaking Down Place Value
*The Ants Go Marching Place Value Game
*Adding Ones, Adding Tens, Adding Hundreds
*Introduction to Regrouping
*Writing 2-digit & 3-digit numbers in Expanded Form
You Also Receive:
*Suggestions for scheduling
*Charts to keep record of students' progress over summer
*Achievement/Completion Awards for each Skill Area