This resource has 20 pages of Spring-themed open math problems. It has problems from each of the five strands: Number Sense and Numeration, Measurement, Geometry, Patterning, and Data Managment and Probability.
These open math problems were created using the Ontario Kindergarten Curriculum as a guideline. However, it can be useful for Grade 1 students and students with IEPs (Individual Education Plans).
Open Math Problems are useful for differentiation and make excellent three-part math lessons as a variety of possible answers lead to rich sharing sessions.
Number Sense concepts include: one-to-one correspondence, numerals and quantities to ten, as well as basic addition and subtraction.
Measurement includes nonstandard measurement and choices of units to measure small/large objects.
Patterning includes creating and naming/labelling basic patterns.
Geometry includes using two-dimensional shapes to create a symmetrical design.
Data Management includes using one-to-one correspondence to create simple bar graphs.
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I use this resource in guided math and individual conferencing.
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