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Sequence of Multiples with Dee Crescitelli - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacy Jones
31:35
Stacy Jones, MIT, North Calloway
michael.hines
31:40
Michael hines, nelson county, KY
Katie Buckman
31:48
Katie Buckman, Bardstown City Schools, Bardstown, KY
Amanda Brame
31:52
Amanda Brame, Madisonville ky
Angie Lipp
32:12
Angie LIpp Fargo, ND
Kelly DeLong
32:33
Welcome everyone! Again, so glad you are here today!
Amy Duncan
32:50
Amy Duncan, Heartland, Hardin County
Marti Partin
33:02
Marti Partin, Central Elem. IN Knox County, MIT
Amy Williams
33:10
Amy Williams, Campbell County, Grants Lick Elem.
Funda Gonulates
34:14
I liked the break up ands explanations that goes along with each stage
michael.hines
34:54
Love the nesting visual.
Julie Adams
35:38
Counting backwards...so crucial to developing understanding of number relationships!
Stacy Jones
37:15
One of my plus twos this year saw big improvement in her kids by doing a daily counting circle.
Cindy Aossey
38:25
Stacy - that's exciting! Classroom counting routines are so powerful!
Amy Duncan
39:14
I'm anxiously waiting for this book to be delivered. :)
Kelly DeLong
39:49
Amy, You will LOVE the book!
Cindy Aossey
40:07
She saw each row as a group of 5
Rochelle
40:11
She knew she could count by fives
Kimberly Smith
40:24
She recognized the pattern
Amanda Brame
40:28
I was enjoying her adorable accent. she did a good job counting by 5s
Cindy Aossey
41:09
She seemed to use the rows as a way of keeping track of the skip counts
Cindy Aossey
41:51
3, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12
Kimberly Smith
42:07
3, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12
Kelly DeLong
45:29
Fun! Count around!
Jennifer Werner
45:58
It that like a jump around (haha).
Amy Williams
46:27
I love count arounds!
kkilburn1
46:54
We count around every Tuesday.....My kids love it
Kelly DeLong
51:00
These counting activities are great for doing when kids are in line, traveling to a location or in small groups with an assistant.
Kelly DeLong
51:17
Maximize your time. Increase practice.
Belle Rush
52:32
Going backwards is a challenge!
sloan young
52:47
I use the N-tiles to do this counting. It's amazing how quickly the kids catch on to to patterns!
Kelly DeLong
53:08
Love Love Love this visual
tondathompson
53:14
Yes, I agree Sloan
Kelly DeLong
53:19
The power of technology
Lisa Riggs
53:38
There is a pattern
Amy Williams
53:42
I love seeing the numbers with the ten frames!
Katie Buckman
53:43
Skip-counting forward and backward by 5
Cindy Aossey
53:44
It was adding 5 each time
KWood
53:45
I wonder why a full ten frame was not filled up before moving on to another.
Katie Buckman
53:51
Great visual!
Cindy Aossey
54:04
All of the numbers in the number grid ended in 5 or 0
Cassandra
54:06
This will help the students see the relationship between counting by 5's and by 10's
Renee' Yates
54:55
Those visuals are really neat!
tondathompson
55:11
They can also see how 5 lives within the 10
Cindy Aossey
55:19
The positioning of the dots matches the order of the numbers
Kelly DeLong
55:19
Again, a powerful visual!
Renee' Yates
55:52
I'd love to see how kids would respond to this visual.
Kelly DeLong
59:07
Love the enthusiasm of the girls. Great at home game for a family to play.
Rochelle
59:20
I love this! Fun game and these girls have good energy :)
Ashley Shepherd
59:41
great for 4th 5th kids with limited multiplication skill
Jennifer Werner
59:54
LOVE Treasure hunt
kkilburn1
01:00:02
LOVE these games
Kelly DeLong
01:00:13
I see Treasure Hunt played in lots of classrooms across KY. Kathy Hale:)
Belle Rush
01:00:48
My kids loved playing 4 kings!
Lisa Riggs
01:01:12
Kids love to play 4 Kings! And you can address whatever counting sequence your students need.
tondathompson
01:01:33
I love the extra practice 4 Kings gives students
khale
01:03:04
Yes. My students love Treasure Hunt!!
Rachel Wingo
01:03:32
love the treasure hunt.
Cindy
01:04:21
At what point do you lead students AWAy fromskip counting?
janna.archer
01:04:27
My students love Quick Draw. It is one of my favorites too! Great job!
Julie Adams
01:04:28
Internalizing these number sequences leads to multiplicative thinking!
Renee' Yates
01:04:28
Thanks Dee!
Rachel Wingo
01:04:29
thank you so much.
Belle Rush
01:04:30
Thanks, Dee! Fun activities!
Kimberly Smith
01:04:30
My students love Treasure Hunt and Count Around.
donnerj
01:04:30
Thank you, Dee!
Bonny Davenport
01:04:32
Thanks Dee! Loved the videos to show the games!
Ashley Shepherd
01:04:37
thx
Kimberly Smith
01:04:39
Thank you, Dee!:)
Jill Baber
01:04:40
Thank you!!!
Angie Lipp
01:04:41
Thank you!
KWood
01:04:42
Thank you!
Jamie.Reagan
01:04:43
I loved this session. Counting is so important and sometimes is overlooked, but when students are successful with counting it helps with add/sub strategies. Thanks so much!! I loved the junk game.
Cindy Turner
01:04:45
Thanks so much!!
Marti Partin
01:04:46
the game videos are very helpful
Leah King
01:04:47
Thank you!!
Rachel Redden
01:04:53
My students love Treasure Hunt. I think they will really like junk. Thanks, Dee!!
jfagerstrom@southalabama.edu
01:04:55
Thank you!
Rochelle
01:04:57
Thank you!
Funda Gonulates
01:05:01
Great ideas and examples! Thank you Dee!
michael.hines
01:05:02
Thank you Dee!
Cindy Turner
01:05:03
Loved learning some new games!!
tondathompson
01:05:04
Thanks Dee! You are awesome as always. Love everything
Cindy
01:05:05
Love the resources!
Amy Williams
01:05:11
Thanks Dee and KCM!
Leah White
01:05:38
Like watching the games in action!
Amy Duncan
01:05:42
Thank you for the resources! The ladder was a new idea for me.
kkilburn1
01:05:46
I loved the girls demonstrating how to play the games!!
kkilburn1
01:05:57
Made game look fun!
sloan young
01:05:59
Thank you Dee! Great counting strategies!
khale
01:06:28
Thanks Dee!!
Linda
01:06:32
Great ideas! Thanks!
Lisa Riggs
01:06:42
Thanks Dee
jfagerstrom@southalabama.edu
01:06:45
Thank you!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:06:52
Thank you, Dee! Great ideas
Kim
01:06:52
This is a great reminder of how important counting is for our kids. Thanks for the resources!