Saturday, June 25, 2011

Math Stations - Chapter 6


I've taken a lot of notes and I've been typing and creating, however, I must be slow... because it is not all ready to go... so chapter 6 might be in a couple of posts.






Ms. A did a fabulous job posting the detail of Debbie Diller's place value views and activities. Place value is something that I believe students need to have a solid foundation of much of math. In second grade we master numbers up to 999. My kiddos find great success with place value blocks and tons of hands on opportunities. A few weeks ago I shared an inexpensive find that has helped manipulation management greatly... please feel free to check it out.



As far as my freebies today they are ideas from MWS, just created... so we can print, pass out and participate in the place value fun ;)


100 Day Book Station
















I'll continue working... promise!

7 comments:

Down Under Teacher said...

Thanks for your 3 excellent items. I'm very happy they are in black and white because I am seriously running our of color ink! I particularly like the 100 Day Book station, that will come in handy when I go back to school in two weeks.

http://downunderteacher.blogspot.com/

Mrs. McHaffie said...

I love everything that you come up with!!! You are a total inspiration! Thank you for all the goodies. They are going to be put to such great use!!

Kelly
Beg, Borrow, Steal
www.mchaffiek.blogspot.com

The Stroufs said...

Love it, and love the font of Rounding Bingo, what is it?

Oceans of First Grade Fun said...

I love the 100 Day book! You have such creative ideas! I love stalking your blog. Thanks for the shout out!
Ms.A

Jenn Bates said...

Wow, Lory, you make GREAT stuff! So glad I found your blog.
Jenn
http://finallyinfirst.blogspot.com/

Jayne said...

Thank you Lory! As always your ideas will be put to good use in my classroom. Thanks for all you do.
http://kindergartenrhode.blogspot.com

Brooke said...

Hi Lory,
I just stumbled onto your site and I am loving all of your great ideas and Freebies! As a new first grade teacher, I am finding so many things that will help me next year.
I am curious though, is the math program your school uses "Saxon Math"? We adopted it last year and some of your posts (esp. re. calendar) seem very similar.
Thanks again!
Brooke