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Ask them how many stars they think you will be able to draw. 4. Select a quiet student to watch the clock while you draw stars on the board, and to call out “Stop” when a minute has passed. 5. Now explain that you’re going to count the stars you just drew. Ask the children how they would approach this task. They might suggest that you count by 2s, 5s, or 10s. 6. Using a different color pen or chalk than the one you used to draw the stars, circle the stars into equal-size groups. For example, let’s suppose you drew a total of 49 stars.
What is the difference between these two numbers? How did you figure it out? ▲ This activity has children using nonstandard tools such as interlocking cubes or Popsicle sticks to measure things. ) Susan showed how she worked out these three story problems. CH 02 p015-064 44 11/13/03 9:24 PM Page 44 Third-Grade Math TEACHER-TO-TEACHER TALK To give children practice with telling time, have them record the time they begin every written assignment at the top of the page, next to their name and the date.
Selling the bookmarks yielded some surprising math investigations as well. For instance, we sold bookmarks over five days, so we were able to add up the profits from each day. Classroom-Supply Shopping Materials ■ ■ ■ 1 pretend dollar per student 1 money bag per pair of students Supply order form, 1 per student (see Blackline Masters) Instructions 1. Give each student one play dollar to spend on school supplies found in the classroom. 2. Post the following kind of price list. 35 3. Have students fill out order forms for items they plan to purchase.
Action Research for Educational Change (Theory in Practice) by Elliott