Make fun stand-up manipulatives from cardboard cut-outs. Write numbers or draw pictures on them, or trim their edges to make people, animals, or objects.
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How we do the mental math Question is projected for students to see as they walk in. When tardy bell rings, I set the timer for 1 to 3 minutes, depending on the question. Students estimate the answer via all mental math — no calculators, no talking, no air writing.
When timer goes off, I set the timer again for 1 minute for students to talk with their neighbors. I scribe as these students share. Everyone writes with me on their own notebook paper.
Then I ask the class if anyone used a different strategy than what the 3 students just shared. I've started a doc where you can take from and add to some mental math prompts.
You can use just about any problem for this, including word problems.
When tardy bell rings, I set the timer for 2 to 5 minutes, depending on the pattern. When timer goes off, I set it again for 1 minute for students to talk with their neighbors.
Look back at our math talks for this week. Was there something else you wanted to share on those days but didn't? Whose strategy was new to you that you really like?
Why or why not?
You have 5 minutes to write. Keep that pencil moving the whole time. Pass forward your papers. I look forward to reading your reflections this weekend. Nor do I want to scan a room of 40 students to see where their thumbs are.
I tried this, and it only confirmed my suspicion that many kids simply go to the same side that Linda Smartypants goes to. Stuff I often say during math talks Thank you for sharing.
I'm only rephrasing when I have trouble hearing the student. Your sharing of how you arrived at the incorrect answer is really important — I think we learn a lot from our mistakes, and as you can see, you weren't the only one who thought about it that way. Did you change your mind or question your strategy after you talk with your neighbor?
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