Three Digit Addition with Regrouping
Read the book Math for all Seasons by Greg Tang and Harry Briggs. This book encourages creative problem solving.
Students will discuss creative ways problems were solved in the book and give examples of how they have solved addition problems.
Listen to the story Math for all Seasons. Turn and talk with your partner and discuss examples of how problems were solved in the story. Give examples of how you have solved addition problems.
Students can share some examples whole class.
2 Direct Instruction
Review prior knowledge : 3 digit addition without regrouping.
Students will watch the BrainPop Jr. video on addition with regrouping. Students wil turn and talk with a partner to share what they learned from the video.
Encourage students to compare/contrast 3 digit adition with two digit addition. Create a graphic organizer whole group to record responses using the Venn Diagram app
Students will share in the discussion about 3 digit addition without regrouping.
Students will watch the BrainPop Jr. video and turn and talk with their partner to share observations.
Students will help create a Venn Diagram to compare/contrast 3 digit addition with and without regrouping.
3 Guided Practice
Students will complete the BrainPop Jr. online quiz for addition with regrouping (easy or hard). Students will write their answers on a whiteboard. Check answers whole group.
Complete the BrainPop Jr. online quiz for addition with regrouping. Write your answer on a whiteboard. Discuss answers with the class.
4 Independent Practice
Partners will randomly choose a 3 digit with regrouping problem to solve (problems were created and written by teacher using Microsoft word and printed).
Partners will use ScreenChomp to demonstrate how they solved their problem. Include drawings and numbers to represent the solution.
Partners will choose a 3 digit with regrouping problem to solve.
Create a ScreenChomp that shows how you and your partner solved the problem. Include drawings and numbers to represent the solution.
5 Wrap Up
Students will present their ScreenChomp video to the class.
Class will discuss similarities or differences in how the problems were solved students.
Present your ScreenChomp video to the class.
Discuss similarities or differences in how you and your partner solved problems compared to other students.