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Make 'n Take - Addition & Subtraction within 20 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jill Baber
01:45:09
Jill Baber (Owingsville, KY)
Mrs. Bailey
01:45:11
Diane from Georgetown, KY
JenniferClemmons
01:45:13
Jennifer Clemmons - Barren County, KY
Leah
01:45:17
LeahDixWhite Louisville Hey!!
Laurie Rogers-Karl
01:45:35
Laurie Karl Minnesota
Rhonda Rule
01:45:48
Hi everyone.
tondathompson
01:45:54
Hello from Albany, KY
Taylor Hardin
01:45:55
hello from Marion co KY
Lucy Anderson
01:45:57
Hello from Waco, KY
Dee Crescitelli
01:45:58
Dee from KCM- I will be monitoring the chat today!
Diana Oliver
01:46:15
Hi from Paint Lick, KY
Melissa Hickey
01:46:18
Missie Hickey, MIT in Georgetown KY
Dee Crescitelli
01:46:29
Session materials for today: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-presentation2.pdfhttps://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Kimberly Jones
01:46:34
Hi all!
Nicole Medina
01:48:52
My 3rd grader counted sock pairs today! He made an array but realized he needed to double his answer.
Dee Crescitelli
01:49:14
Love it, Nicole!
Kelly DeLong
01:49:34
Math around the house. Real world math:)
Lisa
01:49:37
Awesome picture. Thanks for sharing!
staceybarnett
01:49:43
This is a very poor connection
Angie Herndon
01:51:13
This is something that we really have to stress to parents. Fluency does not only include quickly and memorization.
Bonny Davenport
01:51:13
If everyone could do a quick check and make sure they are muted. I think that would help!
Angie Herndon
01:54:16
Love me some Rummy!!1
Diana Oliver
01:54:27
I play a lot of uno too!
Belle Rush
01:54:58
My husband and I have been playing a lot of rummy lately!
Nicole Medina
01:55:39
We should have a family Uno night because my whole family can play (maybe a little support)!
Dee Crescitelli
01:56:20
The handouts for this session: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Robyn Meadows
01:56:31
Hello Julie
Nicole Medina
01:57:16
The virtual dice is just good fun! I can see my kids playing it like a game.
Angie Herndon
01:57:22
Love the Virtual Dice!!!
Lisa
01:57:38
Phase 10 is another good card game that my kids love
Kimberly Simpson
01:57:45
This is awesome!
Amy Duncan
01:57:46
I was later in joining today. Were the presentation and resources linked like they were yesterday? Thank you!
Hannah Ulbricht
01:57:47
That is really cool!
Diana Oliver
01:57:52
My 1st grader loves Phase 10!
April Castle
01:57:55
less dice
Kellem Classroom
01:57:57
cover 6 for fliuency to ten tasks
Emily Kendall
01:58:14
How many times do they roll the dice?
Kelly DeLong
01:58:18
https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-presentation2.pdf
Kelly DeLong
01:58:33
https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Rachel Redden
01:58:34
Skip Bo would also be a good game to incorporate skip counting and addition.
Amy Duncan
01:58:53
Can the virtual dice be used to multiply?
Kellem Classroom
01:59:02
PLEASE MUTE MICS
Angie Herndon
02:00:43
Love It!!! I like Salute also.
Heather
02:01:18
Love Salute!
Kellem Classroom
02:02:03
using support of ten frame
Laura Day
02:02:08
They had the ten frame for support
Emily Kendall
02:02:13
both students are engaged
Angie Herndon
02:02:14
Lots of math discourse.
Angie Herndon
02:02:28
Peer coaching
Diana Oliver
02:02:37
good conversation
Jamie.Reagan
02:03:01
We play this also with 3. This is when the one student gives the total and then the other 2 students have to guess their number.
Kellem Classroom
02:03:08
this is specific to making 20 or bridging to 20
Jenn
02:03:22
I like the ten frame as a way of differentiating this game.
Dee Crescitelli
02:03:27
Good observations everyone!
Lucy Anderson
02:03:47
I sent this home with cards for NTI. They love Salute.
Dawn Wheeler
02:04:06
i sent card on my forehead home with kiddos
Dee Crescitelli
02:04:14
The resources for this session: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Cindi Fugate
02:05:51
You could also play the card on my forehead game with the Kagan Strategy game stand up, hand up, pair up.
Nicole Medina
02:06:22
Love it Cindi!
Angie Herndon
02:08:06
Never played Salute with multiplication. I will share with my 3rd and 4th grade peeps.
Kimberly Simpson
02:08:28
this is a new application for me, thank you!
Tiffanie Keath
02:08:33
great resource to share with third grade
Kerri Henderson
02:08:34
I have seen something similar but you play like war. You can do addition/multiplication and the first person to get the answer wins the pair.
jacqulin damron
02:08:56
Love the multiplication component!
Hannah Ulbricht
02:09:13
I use the think aloud strategy when I taught math to my 4th graders
Kellem Classroom
02:10:02
Partner game - guess my number using math vocabulary greater than less than near odd even etc
Lucy Anderson
02:10:04
I've had them state an addition and subtraction equation..delving into part/part/whole connection.
Nicole Medina
02:10:31
What is on the sticks?
Melinda Burnett
02:10:34
Part/part/whole connection with addition and subtraction.
Nicole Medina
02:10:37
Just colored dots?
Stacy Jones
02:11:04
School Day is my kids' FAVORITE!
Amy
02:11:13
This is an absolute favorite with my intervention groups!
Rachel Redden
02:11:19
My kiddos LOVE School Day!
Angie Herndon
02:11:25
straws
Erin Chavez
02:11:37
Love the nerf darts:)
Kellem Classroom
02:11:41
stir sticks
Stephanie Wood
02:12:47
Where can one find the game board, etc. to print on the website exactly?
Dee Crescitelli
02:12:54
From Nicole: If students are getting food from their school district, they can collect the straws that come with the food!
Angie Herndon
02:12:55
Moneyopoly
Kelly DeLong
02:13:03
Great idea about showing it on the iPad
Cindy Aossey
02:13:11
The resources for this session: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Kimberly Jones
02:13:21
Loved the ipad idea!
Kelly DeLong
02:13:22
https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
kkilburn1
02:13:26
My kids love it!!
Kelly DeLong
02:13:36
All materials are on our website:
Kellem Classroom
02:13:43
cut straws into multiple parts to stretch resource
Stephanie Wood
02:13:48
Can you tell me under what tabs?
Kelly DeLong
02:13:50
https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/
Stephanie Wood
02:13:54
and subtabs?
Melanie Fields
02:13:54
My kids loves this game.
Amy Williams
02:13:58
The website is a great resource!
Funda Gonulates
02:14:02
I liked the idea of cutting straws
Kelly DeLong
02:14:10
Scroll down and see the virtual session link:)
Kellem Classroom
02:14:31
small hair band rubber bands or the rubber bands kids weave with are perfect for this
Robin Madison
02:15:03
Are any of these already translated into Spanish?
Robyn Meadows
02:15:36
Wow kids love to subitize https://www.google.com/search?q=jack+hartmann+subitize&oq=jack+hartmen+su&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l5.6284j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&safe=active&ssui=on
Kelly DeLong
02:16:26
Thanks for sharing Robin!
Teresa
02:16:35
Wow, love this
jmcmahon
02:17:31
Love how she looked up to solve!
Lucy Anderson
02:17:31
Blink is an awesome game for subitizing. It is commercial game. Teachers use it during indoor recess because the kids love it so much.
Kimberly Simpson
02:17:33
this is great
Hannah Ulbricht
02:17:35
I love this!
Stacy Jones
02:17:36
I'm thinking wow, too.
Nicole Medina
02:17:41
Super cute! That's the meme that should be floating around now
Roxanne Mullins
02:17:51
great strategy
Robyn Meadows
02:17:57
mental math
Stephanie Horn
02:17:59
love this.... so much going on in that little brain!!
Rhonda 14
02:18:03
Great mental math
Erin Chavez
02:18:06
MP 7 Look for and make use of structure
Robin Madison
02:18:09
She was using a known fact to solve an unknown problem
Jenn
02:18:34
Another easily differentiated activity! I'm sharing all these games with my teaching colleagues!
Angie Herndon
02:18:45
Loved how she counted on.
Laurie Rogers-Karl
02:19:19
Great questioning!
Rachel Redden
02:19:26
What a great way to differentiate for older students!
Amy Williams
02:19:32
Look this! Covering up some. What great problem solving!
Angie Herndon
02:19:34
Geometry and Algebraic thinking
Stephanie Horn
02:19:36
wow!
Shelli Gibbons
02:19:38
This is great!
Diana Oliver
02:19:40
awesome idea
Hannah Ulbricht
02:19:41
Interesting twist! This really encourages reasoning!
Kelly DeLong
02:19:52
Great critical thinking for the student. Rich tasks.
Nicole Medina
02:20:01
Sara VanDerWerf did a video yesterday about math is. She said it is the study of PATTERN.
Jill Baber
02:20:10
I love how this incorporates many mathematical skills in one game!!
Kellem Classroom
02:21:25
virtual bead racks available online
Diana Oliver
02:22:14
I made a Youtube video for my channel explaining how to use each of those virtual manipulative for my parents to use
Rachel Redden
02:22:22
The Didax manipulatives work on iPad and computer. They are not flash based.
Cara Caudill
02:22:26
That's a great consideration, we have to consider that even some teachers wouldn't know how to use it if they had never looked into the process.
Dawn Wheeler
02:22:36
Diana I'd love to see that
Kim
02:22:39
I'm having trouble using Didax on school and home computers. It keeps saying site is insecure.
Diana Oliver
02:22:55
my channel is Diana Oliver
Kellem Classroom
02:23:13
Greg Tang Math Games so a lot of support in ten frames
Maggie
02:23:33
That extra scaffolding and support for parents will be really important. Great point, Julie.
Diana Oliver
02:23:34
Yes you can.
Roxanne Mullins
02:23:41
what is that website
Roxanne Mullins
02:23:51
I love Dreambox
Melinda Burnett
02:23:52
Love Dreambox
HibbittsT
02:23:54
DreamBox is 90 day free trial currently.
Kellem Classroom
02:23:56
gregtangmath.com
April Castle
02:23:57
The only downside with the Greg Tang, it won't read it to them.
Nicole Medina
02:24:02
Dreambox is 90 days free, and I am loving it! Now I want to buy it for my own children.
Kim Smith
02:24:10
I love the Greg Tang activities. I encourage the Ten Frame Mania activity for my intervention students today.
Dee Crescitelli
02:25:14
Slides from today: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-presentation2.pdf
Lucy Anderson
02:25:17
Jennifer Bay Williams put out a free resource on Twitter. Probably Facebook too, but I'm not on FB.
Amy
02:25:19
I'm in Vermont and your site is amazing! I absolutely love it and it has been extremely helpful during this time.
Emily Kendall
02:25:30
Is there a way to get the handout from yesterday?
HibbittsT
02:25:31
Thank you!
Nicole Medina
02:25:34
This was fantastic Julie! Thank you for sharing!
Dee Crescitelli
02:25:34
Thanks, Amy!
Jennifer Roberts
02:25:34
Thank you for sharing great resources!
Andrea Van Meter
02:25:35
Thanks!!
MCox
02:25:35
Thanks so much!
Melinda Burnett
02:25:36
Thank you!!! Many wonderful ideas :)
Laurie Rogers-Karl
02:25:36
Thank you Amy and everyone at KC<!!
Heather
02:25:38
Thank you so much!
Roxanne Mullins
02:25:38
Thank you
jacqulin damron
02:25:40
Loved It Julie! TY
Erin Chavez
02:25:41
Thank you Julie!
Amy Williams
02:25:41
Thanks Julie! Great ideas and resources!
Robyn Meadows
02:25:42
thank you Julie you did an awesome h=job
Diana Oliver
02:25:50
Thank you for all the great ideas! I love the game boards
Funda Gonulates
02:25:50
Thanks Julie! Many great ideas and resources
jmcmahon
02:25:51
Thank you!
SBrussell
02:25:52
thanks
Bethany Neel
02:25:52
Thanks so much! I love the geometry subitizing cards!
Stacy Jones
02:25:54
Thank you for making this accessible to all teachers!
Rebecca RIcketts
02:25:54
Thanks so much! Loved the resources.
ahundley
02:25:55
Thanks so much! Great resources!
tondathompson
02:25:58
Thank you, Julie!
Andrea Wallace
02:25:59
Thanks for sharing the games!
Kim Smith
02:25:59
Thank you, Julie!
Lea McAllister
02:25:59
Thank you!
Jill Baber
02:26:00
Thanks Julie!! You are always a wealth of knowledge and appreciate you!!
Jared
02:26:01
geometric subitizing cards
Cindy Aossey
02:26:01
Links for all sessions are available here: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/kcm_virtual.php
lparker
02:26:02
Loved the geometric subitizing cards!
Kellem Classroom
02:26:03
thanks Julie great resources! See you tomorrow
Hannah Ulbricht
02:26:05
Thank you for the resources!
Sloan
02:26:07
Thank you Julie! It was great to refresh my mind on these great games.
Holly Weed
02:26:08
thx so much!
kkilburn1
02:26:11
I love all the great activities and seeing other teachers using the activities with kids
Hannah Ulbricht
02:26:12
Stay healthy and safe everyone!|
Dawn Wheeler
02:26:12
thanks Julie
Laura Day
02:26:12
Thank you, great resources
Nicole Medina
02:26:13
Salute is something I'm going to try with my two oldest children.
Melinda Burnett
02:26:14
I loved the games. I hope to get my kids to participate in some of the games while at home.
CockerhamS
02:26:17
Super informative and love the emphasis of play to reinforce !
cindyturner
02:26:17
Lots of great ideas! Thanks so much!!
Kristie Manley
02:26:22
the shape cards- thinking about making a video to show parents how to make them and how to use the same cards with different ages
April Castle
02:26:22
Thanks Julie
Kristi Harper
02:26:23
Thanks so much! I think one of my favorite things I saw today was the geometry flash cards, I am fixing to make some now!!!!
Courtney Brickey
02:26:24
Thank you.
Robin Madison
02:26:24
Thank you for all the resources and how to differentiation once game for many learners
Jamie.Reagan
02:26:27
Thanks so much! The resources are great
Stacy Jones
02:26:28
those geometric subitizing cards were amazing
Emily Kendall
02:26:31
Thank you for providing different games! I'm excited to use the geometric subitizing activity with my first graders
Stacey Ellis Prakash
02:26:39
Thanks Julie! Loved it! Got some new ideas and resources!
Patti DeVary
02:26:40
Thank you so much for the resources.
Kim
02:26:45
Seeing how the games can be tailored to so many levels. Many parents have more than 1 child, so it's great they can see how one game can be varied.
Melissa Hickey
02:26:46
THANKS!!
Amy Adamus
02:26:52
Thank you!
Kimberly Simpson
02:26:58
Thank you so, so much. These sessions have been amazing!
Amy Duncan
02:27:05
Thank you! I appreciate all the resources as I'm sharing with my principal and school.
jacqulin damron
02:27:09
LOVED how every game could be differentiated depending on level of the child whether individual, small group or whole group!
Kimberly Jones
02:27:09
Thanks Julie! Way to go! Excited to share these resources with my school community!
Tammy May
02:27:26
Liked the geometric subitizing cards.
MCox
02:27:29
I loved all the games - but really interested in trying the geometric subitizing!
Dee Crescitelli
02:27:39
The resources from today's session: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Make_n_Take-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Madison
02:27:50
I love the virtual manipulatives as well. They are a great resources for students, parents, and classrooms. I’m so excited to pass this information on.
Dana Tindle
02:27:57
Great Resources....thanks!
Debra Hughes
02:28:10
Love these games and resources!
Melanie
02:28:15
Thanks so much! Julie you did a tremendous job. Thanks for sharing the resources and videos.
Nicole Medina
02:28:20
I need more Cognitively Guided Instruction!
Jenn
02:28:23
I would love more resources on algabraic reasoning! :)
Courtney Sanders
02:28:25
Great ideas! Thanks for the resources!
Reda
02:28:29
I love Save Twenty and the virtual dice
Belle Rush
02:28:37
I love CGI!
Rebecca RIcketts
02:28:45
Julie did a great job!
Kimberly Simpson
02:28:45
This is my first Julie experience. Wonderful!
Angie Herndon
02:28:47
Great job Julie!!!
Amy
02:28:47
Thank you so, so much!
Lucy Anderson
02:28:51
Excellent. Thank you