Friday, January 2, 2015

Tri-Bits

I'm excited to show you all my new baby...


Use Tri-Bits to help your students
 master their Common Core Math standards.

3 pieces to each puzzle
question….answer….additional knowledge
3 ways to use:
- scoot class assignment
- independent/paired activity for fast finishers
- assessment/intervention for small groups 
needing a reteaching moment.

3 educational strategies
- teach -engage -assess




I have completed about 16 sets... still creating many more.
Check here to see the posted Tri-Bits.
As I said, I have a list... but, I'd love to hear what standards you'd like to see.


Happy New Year!!

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22 comments:

Chelsea ONeal said...

These are so great!!! I am excited about the money one! I am never sure how to relate the dollar amount and the same amount in cents.

Great idea!!
Chelsea
Kickin It Whole Brain In Texas

Melissa Young said...

What a unique and engaging product! I especially like money, time, geometry...we just don't spend enough time on those areas.
Youngmel67@gmail.com

Lory's Page said...

Melissa,
Check your email.
Happy New Year!!
Lory

Chelsea send me your email ;)
evansfamily_248@msn.com

pippi said...

These look very interesting! I'd love to see more of the money one. Thanks, Lory!

Anonymous said...

I have been searching teacher blogs and TpT ove my "break" looking for new materials to help make the standards stick in a "fun" way. These look great! Thanks for all your work!

Suzy Q said...

Wow...you've been busy! While all of them look fantastic, I think the money set would be good for us, since the second graders often write 150¢. This would show the equivalent dollar amount.

Amanda said...

These look fun! I'd like to try bundle #1! anhudacek@gmail.com

Suzy Q said...

Oops...my email is tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

Kate Hardy said...

Oh.....so hard to choose between your amazing ideas! Thank you for always being willing to share your creations. Money is definitely a challenge for students...so I'd like to try Bundle #2! Do you have any bundles with time or measurement in them? nhardy@graniteschools.org

Anonymous said...

I need to assess skip counting after break. This looks like it would be a great way to do that.

brigette@tds.net

Anonymous said...

These are great because I can differentiate for all my learners! I like bundle one especially the place value. I hope you do more!

Thanks!
abutler01@yahoo.com

Marcy said...

I love this concept! I would like to try the geometry pack.
Thank you!
Marcy
marcy_sundling@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Oops! I left the 5th comment above and forgot to leave an email kay.hartman@fwcs.k12.in.us Would LOVE to give feedback on the first bundle! thanks!!

Sherry said...

How generous of you! I would love to try Bundle #2. I was just looking at my New Year's box and came across the math games that you shared last year. Just know that they will be used (happily) in a Gr. 2 class in Alberta, Canada next week!
sherrymatheson@gmail.com

Ashley said...

This is so sweet of you! It has to be counting money for my kiddos! We are hitting it hard when we go back! Thank you SO much, Lory! ashleyhenwood24@gmail.com

Jolene said...

These look great! So fun to use with my 2nd graders. I am trying to do lots of hands on games to help them develop a love for math. Thank you for sharing your talents and creativity. Bundle 2 looks good with counting money and place value.

leavitt.jolene@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lory! What a great idea. I would love to try the counting money.
You have been very busy over the holiday break.
Your friend Jack.

Anonymous said...

So very generous of you! I would love to try skip counting!
Thank you!
Lktk4harts @gmail.com

Cathy said...

These look amazing! I would love to try the money one. Thank you!
doodlesandlines@gmail.com

gscribner said...

"Value of a Digit" would be my choice. Thanks for your generosity in sharing this. Off to purchase one of your bundles.
gscribner@alpinedistrict.org

Katy said...

These look so fun! I'd love the missing numbers one. THANK YOU for your generosity!

- Katy
firstgradekate@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lory! I love all your work and this fits into that same category-awesome! Deniseyrichardson@gmail.com