Lesson Plan

Ch. 10 Helping Students Master the Basic Facts

Students mastering the basic facts.
Kelsey L.
Early childhood provider
Tennessee Technological University based at RSCC-OR
Oak Ridge, United States
My Grades Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3
My Subjects English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies
Objectives

Students will be able to... master the basic facts for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Subjects
Math

Sushi Monster:
Students feed the sushi monster two or three number that add to up the given sum.

There will be different types of addition and subtraction problems that the student must answer like using dice or addition and subtraction equations. The student must choose the right answer and slide it up onto the screen.

Students will be read a math problem (ex. 2+2) on the game. It provides the number fish of in the problem if they need a visual to help count with. They will pop the bubble with the correct number in it.

2 Virtual Manipulatives

Activity: Other — Online Tools

Building Houses Activity:

In this Virtual Manipulative, the students will build a house out of cuisenaire rods and will be asked the following questions:

1. How many bars did you use? On the house? On the roof? Add and compare them.

2. How do the lengths of the bars compare? Are they half as big; twice as big?

iTool for Counters:

In this virtual manipulative, the teacher will add different amounts of objects to both top and bottom boxes on the board.  The student with      then add the object to find the answer.  If correct, then the teacher can show family facts about the problems.