Website-Summer Fluency and Problem Solving Math Practice .doc

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S u m m e r   M a t h   P r a c t i c e   -   W e b s i t e s ! Illuminations Ten Frame Click to Visit Thinking about numbers using frames of 10 can be a helpful way to learn ba- sic number facts. The four games that can be played with this applet help to develop counting and addition skills. This interactive board was developed for students of all ages by Illuminations. It is also available as a five frame activity along with many other free math resources for children at . How Many Under the Shell? Click to Visit After Okta hides some bubbles under a shell, he then either adds more bub- bles or takes some away. Students have to determine how many bubbles are left under the shell. This game was developed for students of all ages by Illuminations. Many other free math resources for children are available online at . Grouping and Grazing Click to Visit! Help the alien spaceship move cows into corrals by counting, adding, and subtracting. This activity helps children learn grouping, tally marks, and place value. As they master counting, they can move on to adding and subtracting two-digit numbers. This game was developed for students of all ages by Illuminations. Many other free math resources for children are available online at . Thinking Blocks Addition & Subtraction Click to Visit! Thinking Blocks is a suite of learning tools designed to help students solve math word problems accurately and efficiently. Using brightly colored blocks, students model mathematical relationships and identify known and unknown quantities. The model provides students with a powerful image that organizes information and simplifies the problem solving process. By modeling increas- ingly complex word problems, students develop strong reasoning skills which will facilitate the transition from arithmetic to algebra. Thinking Blocks Sup- ports the Common Core State Standards
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S u m m e r   M a t h   P r a c t i c e   -   W e b s i t e s ! Monster School Bus Click to Visit! Combine little monsters to make as few trips as possible as you drive around the neighborhood on your monster school bus! Monster School Bus addresses number and operations standards as well as the mathematical practices. It supports students in visualizing numbers as sets and quantities and building new mathematical knowledge through prob- lem solving.
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  • Addition, Illuminations

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