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On Target! is perfect for practice for any concept, with estimation and strategy thrown in for good measure. In this variation, played with a class of 4th graders, the target was 2500. Players select 4 cards from the deck (1o’s … Continue reading
Yup, my 5th grade advanced students had the chance to partake in another engaging activity presented by Jane Felling at NCTM Baltimore. In this game, players select a given number of cards from a deck and arrange them to form … Continue reading
One of the games I learned from Jane Felling’s Power Play session at NCTM Baltimore was called “Rock and Roll.” This game, perfect for those few extra minutes, practices naming numbers, place value and comparing numbers. Players shake and roll out … Continue reading
Since I am a bit rushed, here is the short version of my day. Learned about using number lines in the classroom. Rocked and rolled (literally, as the zumba music in the room below shook the ballroom) with a great … Continue reading
My day can be summed up in four words. Boxcars and One-Eyed Jacks. One of the best pieces of advice I received about attending the NCTM Regional Conference was that if a session does not meet your needs, don’t waste … Continue reading
Last October I attended my first NCTM Regional Conference. It was incredible! Presenters passionately and enthusiastically shared their ideas. My favorite aspect was the Gallery Workshops. They were interactive and engaging, providing hands-on activities that could be implemented immediately in … Continue reading