Structuring Numbers Multiplicatively with Lisa Riggs - Shared screen with speaker view
Rachel Redden - MIT Newport Intermediate
Winds and rain here in Bowling Green - Kim Estes
KIm Booker Marshall County Sharpe Elementary
Rochelle - Louisa, VA - Math Resource Teacher
Stacy Jones, North Calloway
Jamie Reagan, Bell Elementary, Monticello, KY
Abby White, 3rd grade, Red Oak Elementary, Jessamine County :-)
Hi Everyone! Jackie Donner, Fargo, ND Ed Clapp Elementary
Welcome everyone! Great way to spend a rainy afternoon:)
Juaacklyn Cunningham, SBIS Coach, FCPS, Lexington, KY
Amy Kellem Math Intervention/STEM Bardstown Primary and Math Intervention Matters on Facebook
Math Intervention Matters is an amazing FB group. A must join for all math educators.
Love this book!
It is becaus of my relationship with KCM and my INCREDIBLE trainers - Cindy Aossey and Lisa Riggs! and all of the other math relationships I developed through KCM
Linking known facts with uknown 5s and 2s with 7s
This builds on Dee's presentation on skip counting from yesterday.
it is FIGURE OUT ABLE :)
Love the integration of SMPs
must more organized with structure
Groups of 4
colors provide support
Model of distributive property
Real world math. Kids love this.
Yes they do, Kelly.
great way to integrate geometry in multiplicative thinking
chocolate boxes at Valentine's Day
I love this
There's the book KCM LOVES. An essential book for all elementary math teachers.
Who needs this book?
Developing Number Knowledge
Do you have an extra copy? :)
Michael Hines, Nelson County KY
She was able to use what she knows about doubles.
She was relating it back to repeated addition.
She knows 8 +8....and let that help
A twist on Circles and Stars
Love the increasing complexity
numbers to replace dots
Perhaps use the cards but put them face down
would you see them in rows or columns?
face dots could be 3s
I was attending to the ears. I also see the eyes + nose dots
Some may anchor to the 10 in each
slats on my air vents
Mathematical Real world experiences are everywhere. We just have to notice
I looked over and my daughter has her m&ms lined up in two rows of 3! lol
So cute! I want m&ms now!
she could explain the array. (grade 2)
I have a silicone tray for making mini ice cubes or chocolate chips. It is 10X16
as one does lol
I love seeing student work.
Pop Drop Move It is a GREAT game! Kids love it!!
Great visualization of the math. Games build fluency. Lisa, great activity for students.
Stay all day!!!
Thank you! :)
Thank you so much for a great session
Thank you! I have enjoyed the sessions!
Pop, drop, move it will be sure to lead to fluency!
Great job! Thank you!
Thank you for all the great ideas!
So many good resources!
Thank you Lisa!! Awesome resources!
Arrays in the real world is powerful!
Great Job! I will have to share pop drop and move it!
This really shows how important structure is to learning multiplication. I told my plus teacher that she needs to watch this presentation!
Loved to showing distancing the setting
Thank you! Always like for students to make connections of math in their world.
Thanks so much!!
Thank you for the resources, Lisa. I always get an aha moment from you.