Heads and Tails
Investigations in number, data, and space. 2nd ed. Glenview, Ill.: Pearson Scott Foresman,
2008. Print.(Grade 1)
Grade 1
Materials Needed:
8-12 pennies
Recording Sheet
Pencil
Before you begin the game with your students explain to them wha
Jack OLantern Activity.
Brook Fortenberry Rowland, Springfield Elementary, Stanley NC.
Kindergarten
Materials Needed:
Orange Construction Paper with a pumpkin outline.
Black Construction Paper cut in different shapes.
Scissors.
Glue.
Pencil.
For Halloween
Luis Perez
Math 2030, Article Reviews
Betty Long
September 18, 2014
Probability
Gallego, Christine, Dora Saldamando, Grace Tapia-Beltran, Karolyn Williams, and Thomas C.
Hoopingarner. "Probability." Teaching Children Mathematics Mar. 2009: 416-17. Web.
Fr
The Power of a Pattern.
Luis Perez, Appalachian State University.
Grades 1-2
Materials Needed:
Students
Different color vests
Recording sheet
Directions:
Chose different students to come up to the front of the classroom. Roughly 8-10 students.
Have differ
Is This Game Fair?
Investigations in number, data, and space. 2nd ed. Glenview, Ill.: Pearson Scott Foresman,
2008. Print.(Grade 5)
Grade 5
Materials Needed:
2 Circles (1 evenly divided by 6, 1 evenly divided by 5)
Clear Plastic Spinner
Recording sheet.
P
Beat the Calculator
Investigations in number, data, and space. 2nd ed. Glenview, Ill.: Pearson Scott Foresman,
2008. Print.(Grade 2)
Grade 2
Materials:
Calculator
Deck of Beat the Calculator cards.
(If you do not have a deck of these cards you can make th
Oki-Doku: Number Puzzles
Gomez, Cristna, and Dani Novak. "OKI-DOKU: NUMBER PUZZLES." Teaching Children
Mathmatics Mar. 2014: 436-42. Web. 22 Oct. 2014.
Grades 3-6
Materials:
Pencil
Number Puzzles
Directions:
Explain to your students that a new game from J
Valentines Day Bar Graph Activity.
Brook Fortenberry Rowland, Springfield Elementary, Stanley NC
3rd Grade
Materials Needed:
Crayons, colored pencils, or markers.
Heart Candies for each student.
Bar Graphs.
Each student is given a small bag of the candy h
Organizing and Representing Data
Investigations in number, data, and space. 2nd ed. Glenview, Ill.: Pearson Scott Foresman,
2008. Print.(Grade 4)
Grade 4
Mathematical Concept: Statistics
Materials Needed:
Students in the classroom
Recording Sheet
Pencil
D
Missing Numbers
Investigations in number, data, and space. 2nd ed. Glenview, Ill.: Pearson Scott Foresman,
2008. Print.(1st Grade)
Grade 1
Materials:
100 Chart
10 Pennies
Recording Sheet
Directions:
Play with a partner.
Player 1 covers five numbers on the
Red Bean, Brown Bean, Yellow Bean.
Luis Perez, Appalachian State University.
Kindergarten
Materials Needed:
Different types of dried beans.
Glue.
Construction paper.
Pencil.
Directions.
Pass out all the materials to all of the students.
Tell the students
Modeling Addition
Altieri, Mary Behr. Math Connects. Columbus, OH:
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, 2009. Print.
Kindergarten
Materials Needed:
Pencil
2 different color chips
Modeling addition worksheet
Directions:
Students will be handed a bag of 2 different color
Addition Dominoes
Jennifer Culberston, Chapel Grove Elementary, Gastonia, NC.
Grade 2-3
Materials Needed:
Dominoes
Recording sheet
Pencil
Directions:
This game is played by two students with dominoes. Place the dominoes face down. Each
player flips over a
Who Can Score the Most?
Jennifer Culberston, Chapel Grove Elementary, Gastonia, NC
Grades 2-3
Materials Needed:
Pencil
Die
Recording Sheet
Directions:
The players start the game by writing down how many times they will roll the number 3. The
players take
Luis Perez
Dr. Long
PTMA Write-up
November 11, 2014
For the PTMA meeting write-up I went to the meetings on August 27, 2014 to hear Dr.
Bosse talk about his topic a mathematics educators philosophical journey and I also attended
the October 22, 2014 meeti
Luis Perez
Math 2030, Article Reviews
Betty Long
September 18, 2014
How Long Can You Stand On One Foot?
Polly, Drew. "How Long Can You Stand On One Foot?" Teaching Children
Mathematics Aug. 2011: 16-19. Print.
With the article How Long Can You Stand On On