My goal for math instruction is to facilitate a learning environment where students feel comfortable and confident to utilize the math skills they already have and practice those they are acquiring. It is also important that students see themselves as mathematicians and are able to explain and demonstrate their understanding in a variety of ways. As a result, I facilitate math workshop (similar to Reader's Workshop). This allows me to work with and instruct smaller groups of students, while the whole class in engaged in math learning explorations.
Math Volunteers Needed:
Interested in helping students practice math concepts and build confidence in their math fluency skills? I am looking for volunteers who are willing to work with students to help increase their speed and accuracy with math facts!
For any parent who is interested, please feel free to fill out the Contact Form below. Be sure to include information about when you are available to help.
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Use the following links to access helpful math resources to use with your student.
Kids Numbers (kidsnumbers.com)
This free math site offers games for students to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, telling time, etc.
Fun School (funschool.com)
This site offers access to math games, along with activities that cover language and social studies.
Cool Math 4 Kids (coolmath4kids.com)
This site allows students to play games to build on math skills. One of the nice features of this site is that it offers students and opportunity to practice their basic skills facts, especially those for multiplication and division.
Math Drills (math-drills.com)
This site offers parents access to printable math worksheets on a variety of different subjects including basic math facts, fractions and geometry. The sheets range from easy to difficult.
This site offers students and parents access to different games and activities regarding various math concepts.