This activity can be used with Kindergartners and 1st graders.
For K, students can work through numbers 6-10, represent those numbers with cubes, then draw a representation of those numbers using a 5 group. They can also write an equation ( 5 + ___
This document walks students through a step by step process for solving the multiple subtype problems identified by the Progressions. This helps teach students about the types of problems there are as well as to identify the part-whole relationship
This organizer supports students with writing a beginning sentence that adds a feeling and a detail about the setting. The organizer is color coded to match each component to the beginning sentence. There is also a cut and paste activity in case
A visual organizer to help students work through summary of an event or main lesson to a story.
For younger students have them start with picture drawing box, and then move on to the writing components.
This poster provides students with a starting point when thinking about solving adding and subtracting problems. It can also be used as a reference to build independence with students who constantly say "I don't know what to do."
This organizer supports planning and writing about the gyst of a story over time. This organizer structures the retelling of a story with important events as well as how the character approached, felt, and solve the events.
Students can use this organizer to support a small moment narrative. The organizer supports students in using transition words through their big ideas, as well as targets their senses to enhance the details in their writing.