**by Amanda Peterson**

Tiffany Garcia

Veronica Torres

Tiffany Garcia

Veronica Torres

**TechNO to TechGO**

Contact Information

**Resources**

Amanda Peterson

E-Mail: apeterson@lcisd.org

Twitter: @agpeterson75

Tiffany Garcia

E-Mail: tgarcia@lcisd.org

Veronica Torres

E-Mail: vtorres@lcisd.org

Print a page of address labels

Each student gets to wear for the day. They no longer have a name. When a student wants to speak to someone, they must call them by their answer (e.g. 10)

http://teachmath.ca?

What is Your Number

Materials Needed:

Popcorn container

Ping pong balls

Flash cards

Directions:

In this center/station activity one person will hold the flash cards the rest will stand in line. The first person up will answer 5 flash cards for each correct answer he/she will toss one ping pong ball into the popcorn container. Once the first person is finished answering 5 cards he/she will switch places with the person holding the flash cards. This process continues until everyone has had a turn at answering or until it is time to switch.

Popcorn Math

Each Hershey Kiss has a math problem or an answer on the bottom. Pass out a kiss to each participant and have them find their partner.

Found on Pinterest

Hershey Kisses

Candy Bar Fractions

PassWord Game

Create a post with pictures or words that students will describe.

In groups of two: Put your backs together one partner looking at the board will describe. The partner not looking at the wall will guess what the word is by the descriptions he or she is given.

Describe the word to a partner without using the word in the description.

Mad Minutes with Activexpressions

Each student gets an Activexpression. After everyone turns on their Expression the teacher starts the Mad Minute Flipchart and math facts will appear on each Expression for students to answer.

Stackems

Cups are placed on each students desk. (Some students may get more than one cup.) Begin with the "Start" cup. The first person reads the question/statement on the inside of the cup, then walks around the room looking for the answer that matches. Once the answer is found, they stack their cup on the answer. Play continues until you reach the last cup.

Materials:

The Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Fraction Book by: Jerry Pallotta,

One Hershey’s candy bar for each student

One blank sheet of paper for each student

One Hershey’s sheet for each student

One overhead of the Hershey’s Fractions sheet and pencils and crayons.

iPad apps

Math Promethean Flipcharts

Regrouping with 3-digit numbers

http://sdrv.ms/11YCmCh

2Dx2D Multiplication

http://sdrv.ms/14KOGKt

2Dx1D Multiplication

http://sdrv.ms/14KOJpC

Flash Masters

Some of our Favorite Websites

Materials Needed:

Plastic cups

Question/Answer cards

Tape

www.mrnussbaum.com

www.fuelthebrain.com

www.multiplication.com

http://tutoring.sylvanlearning.com/newsletter/0704/math.cfm

http://www.mathplayground.com/

Lobster Diver HD

Division Wiz

Addition Wiz

Subtraction Wiz

Division ! !

Sushi Monster

Everyday Mathematics (Mc-Graw Hill)

Math Mago

Fractions (with Jungle Animals)

Factor Samurai

Divisibility Dash (McGraw-Hill)

Chicken Coop Fractions

The classroom DS for timed math facts practice!!!

Use: You can use them in the classroom as everyday facts practice. You can set the time limit, whether you want the facts in order or mixed.

You can use them for a quick 180 second daily time test to encourage them to study their facts. The Flash Master can be used in a station or when students complete their classwork, they can practice their facts.

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Instant results for the students to know what they still need to improve on or challenge themselves with

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http://www.flashmaster.com/

http://www.flashmaster.com/

www.prometheanplanet.com

icafe.lcisd.org

Fabulous Fractions by AIMS Education Foundation

http://www.tcea.org/ipad

Password

Digit

Sum

Plus

Product

Half

Subtract

Presentation Link

During the story and hands-on activity, observe the student’s

participation and their ability to display the correct fractional

parts. Use the fractions sheet to assess the student’s

knowledge of the lesson.

To instruct the student how to simplify the fractions that they

have created, and how to demonstrate equivalent fractions.

1. Begin by giving each student a Hershey’s candy bar.

2. Ask the students to how many candy bars our in the room.

3. Then have half of the class remove the outer brown wrapper. What

fraction would we write to show the number of candy bars that still

have brown wrappers? What is another way to we could write this

as a fraction?

4. Then have all the class remove their wrappers and break apart the pieces.

5. Introduce the story The Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Fraction Book.

6. When finished with the story, call out various fractions for the students

to show with their candy bar pieces. Have them write the fraction to

represent the amount they have shown.

7. Next, call out different fractional parts for the students to eat.

8. Pass out the Hershey’s Fractions sheet.

9. Using the overhead go over the sheet with the students.

10. Move around the room and assist students as they complete the sheet

Procedure:

Evaluation

Extension

I have.. Who has

Files

I have.. Who has.. questions

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I have.. Who has.. answers

http://sdrv.ms/XfWzAz

I have.. Who has.. questions

http://sdrv.ms/WGrN7t

I have.. Who has.. answers

http://sdrv.ms/WmC6hG

Long Division

http://sdrv.ms/14KOJpC

Mad Minutes

http://sdrv.ms/VDWEDT

Shopping Cart Math

http://sdrv.ms/VDWFHL

Math Jeopardy Review

http://sdrv.ms/VDWGeP

http://goo.gl/oSJHG

http://www.technopeterson.com

Fraction Apps

Candy Factory App

Jungle Fractions

QR Codes

Math Review

Math Scavenger Hunt

Math Websites

Math Homework

Self Checking

Buhler Math Videos

Buhler Math Videos can be found on YouTube

Search buhlermath

Ways to use the videos

Post to Edmodo for students to watch

Use with QR Code

Introduction of a new math concept

Reteach tool

Buhler Math Double Digit Addition

Buler Math Factor Video

AKW Factor Tree

Vocab Shirts

Factor Tree

Helps with multiplication, division, factors, GCD, LCM, finding all factor pairs. It gives immediate feedback for each step so that students can determine whether they are making arithmetic or conceptual errors.

tracks: question accuracy, step accuracy, answer speed, number questions. Feed back on progress.

Tutorial are provided for each exercise, so students can learn on their own or with the aid of their teacher or tutor. Tutorials are also provided on YouTube video lessons accessible from the app.

For students not ready for mental math, this app provides a scratchpad to work out calculations.

Factor Tree Video from YouTube

Math Dojo Part 1

Math Dojo Part 2

Math Dojo Part 3

Math Dojo Part 4

Thinking Blocks