Sunday, July 24, 2011

Math Work Stations

I have been reading ok stalking :) other blogs about Debbie Diller's book, Math Work Stations.   Then, I knew by reading this book it would help me make changes I needed to make math more meaningful for my students.  For years I taught math as a small group while my teacher assistant took the other group.  I taught the skill and then the children practiced that skill mostly through games.  Then I assessed and went on to the next skill....  After reading the book,  I  decided work stations are the way to go to meet the needs of the children that I teach.  I teach at a Chapter I school and I love it!  ---- Can Do Kinders! 

Now enough already with the "confession".... let's do something about it!  I have been working on ideas to use with my kinders during math stations.  I have made a cute game with the instructions.   It may be better if used later on in the year but it is a start.  I have other games up my sleeve to make. Summer vacation is almost over! If you have any ideas you would like to see, please comment and let me know. 
You can click here and here for the game,  Clear the Deck!  
Please leave a comment.  I love hearing from you!


Jess said...

Thanks! This is such a cute game! What a great, cute, easy way to engage students in learning!

S. Parker said...

Great game! Thanks for sharing it with others.

Mrs. D said...

Love it! Very cute game!

Pam said...

You are so welcome! I love sharing!

PreKMom said...

Played a similar version of this last year with my students and they loved it. They loved to play games and of course WIN! Looks good. Thanks for sharing.

Mrs. Coe said...

Thanks for sharing. I have a dice linky party going on and maybe you have something to share?

Mrs. Polston said...

Thanks for sharing :)

Mrs. Polston's Kindergarten

Anonymous said...

CLEAR THE DECK IS SO CUTE! When I run it off it is all distorted. The face is cut in half. I have had problems with other games like that too. Any suggestions what I may be doing wrong! Thanks!

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