We don't have a Jamba Juice here either, but I just want to say I love your ideas and reading all that you do! You are an inspiration to me!!
June 28, 2011 6:16 PM
How do you build addition and subtraction fluency?
Getting Started with Math Work Stations... chapter 3
I do much better when things are organized. Planned, prepared and thought ahead of time...seem to save me time and energy in the long run ... so...as I think about 12 math stations in my classroom for next year... AND the new common core... I'd like to merge the 2 together as smoothly and easily as possible.
A quick question for the pros out there... what would the possibility be of assigning a station to each the standards so once things were up and running we'd have a bit of everything being covered during math stations... I do a spiral review each day in the form of a worksheet, however, I thought the hands-on approach in the form of a spiral review would be so much more benefical and enjoyable for the kiddos. Please share your thoughts and advice :)
The download is the 2nd grade common core list and then a planning chart for the 12 stations... the final planning chart is labeled with the standards.