By Lainie Schuster
Making plans math guide is a hard element of training. academics must have an total experience of the curriculum for the entire 12 months, of what will learn every month, and of what particularly to educate every day. This consultant makes it effortless to plot all 3. It deals necessary mathematical strands equipped month via month and overlaying grade-relevant issues. instead to photocopying, the a hundred reproducibles during this publication also are featured in PDF layout on an incorporated CD. simply pop right into a laptop, print, and use!
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Emily came up to me begging for help; the group just could not keep all the information straight even though they knew exactly what they needed to do. As I sat with them, I asked them what the difficulty was in solving this puzzle. ” they all cried. I asked the children to think of how they could make the problem smaller. Asking them to redirect their approach seemed to open up a new possibility for solving the problem. Emily began to make three smaller matrixes—one for towel color, one for shoe type, and one for shoe color.
Qxd 36 8/8/08 12:21 PM Page 36 A Month-to-Month Guide: Fourth-Grade Math When representing their number sentences, students can be encouraged to begin with the target number: 12 ϭ (10 ϫ 2) Ϫ 8 12 ϭ (4 ϫ 5) Ϫ (10 Ϫ 2) Students can be uncomfortable representing number sentences in this manner. Some have yet to understand the meaning of the equals sign. For many fourth graders, the symbol is synonymous with “the answer is . ” when, in fact, the equals sign represents a relationship, not an operation.
This investigation offers students opportunities to: ■ ■ ■ ■ collect, represent, and analyze data write about the collected data create words out of randomly chosen letters work in pairs Materials ■ Martha Blah Blah, by Susan Meddaugh ■ 1 sheet of writing prompts for Martha Blah Blah, per student (see Blackline Masters) ■ 1 sheet of newsprint per pair of students ■ 25 pieces of alphabet pasta per pair of students ■ 1 small paper cup per pair of students ■ 1 9-by-12-inch piece of construction paper per pair of students Following the reading of Martha Blah Blah, we have a class discussion about letter distribution in words.
A Month-to-Month Guide: Fourth-Grade Math by Lainie Schuster