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  1. Math Night2013 – 2014 Mrs. McClendon– 2nd Grade Mrs. Alexander – 1st Grade Mrs. Young–Kindergarten

  2. Workshop Model • Opening: • Review • New concept mini-lesson • Word Period: • Partner work • Group work • Independent work • Closing: • Reflection • Sharing • Fluency Block • Basic facts • Number Sense

  3. Solo Time Last Sunday an accident caused a traffic jam 12 miles long on a straight stretch of a two lane freeway. How many cars do you think were in the traffic jam?

  4. What does that mean? • Solo Time • Stand and Command • Reasonable Statement or Statement of Reasonableness

  5. What do the problems look like? 2nd Grade Kindergarten 1st Grade • Maggie, Shannon and Abby have eight cookies to share among themselves. They decide that they do not need to receive the same number of cookies BUT each person should get at least one. If they do not break any of the cookies, in how many different ways can they share the cookies? • Maggie, Shannon and Abby have eight cookies to share among themselves. They decide that they do not need to receive the same number of cookies BUT each person should get at least one. If they do not break any of the cookies, in how many different ways can they share the cookies? • Maggie, Shannon and Abby have eight cookies to share among themselves. They decide that they do not need to receive the same number of cookies BUT each person should get at least one. If they do not break any of the cookies, in how many different ways can they share the cookies?

  6. What’s Important? • Vocabulary – Can students tell you in their own words? • Fact Fluency • Explain thinking • Pictures and words • Written • Verbal • Problem Solving • Attempt the problem – work it through • Struggle won’t happen all the time, when it does, it’s okay Most Importantly…. • Your child! • Building confidence, problem solving and communication skills

  7. Q & A