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Post-it Challenge

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Model: open number line

Strategies: splitting & jumping to, from or by a landmark

Big Idea: associativity

Storytelling with Bill 1/22/18

Ask your child, “Why brown bears have short tails?

Ask your child to share their story/drawing with you!

 

Post-it Challenge two ways!

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Model: open number line

Strategies: splitting & jumping to, from or by a landmark

 

Click here! (bottom of the page)

Model: open number line

Strategy: taking leaps of ten and adjusting

Big idea: Equivalence

 

Reading Buddies! 1/18/18

Ask your child how they helped their kindergarten buddies with their butterfly books!

Ask your child… 1/17/18

~about Matilda

~what they did in Art

~about the math routine “Nearest Difference”

~to share the specific, constructive feedback for a post-it challenge

~about the books in their book baggy

~to share the beginnings of their non-fiction book

~how they spent Quiet Time

~what the rose of their day is

Subtraction Facts

It’s not just important to “know” your subtraction facts – APPLYING that knowledge when problem solving is everything! It will help to efficiently and accurately split subtrahends and addends when problem solving. Check the “Pictures” folder too!

For instance:

9-7=2 can help you solve 157-89 (today’s post-it challenge)

Gia & Francesca volunteered to showcase their problem solving skills: