Saturday, July 7, 2012

Daily Math Complete!!


Daily Math is complete!!!   
 The whole year is uploaded and ready to copy :)
I hope you enjoy!!!

I was asked about paper usage because each of these takes a page a day... YES!  My district has asked us to decrease the amount of paper we use in our classroom, too. 
I believe in a daily, spiral  math review... I have personally seen the improvement and self confidence rise in my little kiddos... therefore I choose to have this as one of my assignments that I run off... The Daily Math is the activity my students do first thing in the morning, following AR testing.  To do my part in the paper shortage struggle... I always run my assignments back to back.  On the back of each Daily Math is a phonogram page to complete.  I feel just as strongly about their phonograms.
Many activities we do require 0 paper so... I feel okay with my decision.



Isn't it crazy... next thing we know we'll be asked to limit the students to  2 pencils a year. ...share a box a crayons... split the glue stick in half... hee! hee!
Enjoy!

11 comments:

Olivia said...

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A Teacher Without a Class said...

Looks like a lot of fun! In our district we provide our own glue sticks and pencils--and we pay 100 registration fee per child.

Lisa R. said...

Our district hasn't asked us to limit paper yet, but has cut down our school supply list & what we can ask for. Tissues are now optional. Your math packs look great!!
Lisa
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Suzanne said...

I love your Daily math sheets. Have you thought of doing a set for 1st grade???? Suzanne. Smoss7@cox.net

Mare said...

Love your math sheets just bought the first two yesterday have to go get the next two. At my school we are given $400 for supplies a year and 100 from the union. Which I use to buy paper and any thing else I need for my class. Once that is gone I have to buy it myself so I try to use it wisely.

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Lory said...

Thank you so much for the comments ladies...it's a gods thing we love our job and don't mind supplementing some of our paycheck to the kiddos :)

Lory said...

Thank you so much for the comments ladies...it's a gods thing we love our job and don't mind supplementing some of our paycheck to the kiddos :)

have2teach said...

Lory,
I purchased all 4 terms of your daily math and look forward to using it this year, but I was wondering about term 4 131-140. The number line at the bottom of each page is blank but all of the other pages have numbers for the children to fill in. Do you intend to just give the children numbers to write in on those pages?

Jayne said...

Lory, Simply stated.....You Rock! When I was reassigned to 2nd last year, your blog was one of the first I found. I have used so many of your ideas in my classroom. I love "Pig" Math! I plan on purchasing your Debbie Diller Style Math Stations for 2nd grade as well as your Daily Math. Actually I have a whole list of your wonderful items on my wish list. I know you receive awards all of the time, but I have left you the Versatile Blogger Award as a thank you for all of the wonderful ideas that you share on your fantastic blog. Please visit mrsrhodesscholars.blogspot.com to accept your award. Thank you for all you do!

Anonymous said...

Oh I love these! I wish you were a third grade teacher.