## 184 Playfully Use Hands, Voices, Feet, and Brains to Learn Math Agnes AzzolinoGrade Band Audience: PreK to 2Key Ballroom 7 (Hilton)Friday, October 18, 2013 12:30 PM-2:00 PM

 Intro       Introduce, reinforce, and review pre-K–grade 2 math in a playful yet sophisticated manner. Be kinesthetic, auditory, visual,and symbolic. Play card and other games to teach number families, computation, and vocabulary. Use the hundred board for numeric literacy and computation. Listen to a math fairy tale. Leave singing. Intro The Hundreds Board for Representation & Computation Group Bingo Game for Two Players Sum Thing Else Done Find the Circle Books on a Shelf Fraction Game The Three Times Tables to the Tune of "Frére Jacques" Debrief and Closing I Want You to Draw"

The Hundreds Board for Representation & Computation The Hundreds Board Book

• "100s board" digital manipulative (tokens)
for naming numbers, bingo, counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division

COUNT:
• How many would you like?
• Fill to 20
• How many till get to 20?
• Fill to 100

24
+ 3
24
+ 7
24
+ 10
24
+ 15
24
+ 42
56
+ 23

SUBTRACT
54
- 3
54
- 7
54
- 10
54
- 15
54
- 42
54
- 23

More on Multiples
Dilation & Multiples
Boards
0 to 99 board (0 on left)
negative-positve board (0 on right)
negative-positve board (0 on left)

 MULTIPLY using Multiples 3x 2 3x 4 3x 7 3x 22

 DIVIDE by 3 Using Multiples: 24 ÷ 3 is 18 ÷ 3 is 19 ÷ 3 is 25 ÷ 3 is

•  Normal & Group Bingo

 Game for Two Players       Digital manipulative A number family rummy game: Deal 5 cards. Draw to make family. Put family or families on table if possible, then discard. Reshuffle deck after 1st person is out. Play till "500" -- 5 or 6 -- points are earned.

 Sum Thing Else       Digital manipulative concentration-like: find match, find other number of pair

 "I Want You to Draw"

 Done "Done" Draw a card from deck to play.Discard families only! Say "done" when done and play passes to next person. Game ends when winner has discarded all his/her cards.

 Find the Circle

 Books on a Shelf Decimal Bakery

 Fill It, the Fraction Game

 The Three Times Tables to the Tune of "Frére Jacques" suggested by GRACE BURTON - U. of N. Carolina

 Debrief and Closing Discuss This With Your Partner is the most valuable strategy!   Introduce in the Most Concrete  Debrief in the Most Abstract   Regularly Require Translation from One Language to Another   Good Stories Are Worth Retelling.   Think kinesthetic, auditory, visual, and symbolic and retell your mathematical stories in as many languages as possible.  Thanks.

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