Saturday, March 24, 2012

Daily 5 for Math

Okay, so I've been hearing all these wonderful things about the daily 5. However, I do not teach reading; I teach math. So, I was wondering... Does anyone incorporate their own version of the Daily 5 in their classroom for math? I would love to hear your ideas and what you all do? Do you think it is linky party worthy? I can't wait to hear from you all!

6 comments:

  1. Last year I tried to come up with a Daily 5 type of math, but it evolved into my math workshop framework that I call LINK. Here is info about LINK: http://pattonspatch.blogspot.com/2011/08/math-workshop-management-plan.html

    Another one I have heard about is called BUILD. Here is information about that one: http://adventures-inteaching.blogspot.com/2011/10/building-math-workshop.html

    Hope this helps!
    Colleen Patton
    Mrs. Patton’s Patch

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  2. I do a version of guided math as well. There is also a Daily Math section of the Daily 5 website that has some good stuff going on, but I think you need to be a member to access any of it.

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  3. I would love to wrap my head around D5 for Math, so if you had a linky party, I would definitely stalk it all summer :)

    ~Stephanie
    3rd Grade Thoughts

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  4. Hi, Terri!
    I am currently student teaching and have implemented Math Daily 5 in my host classroom! I LOVE it and the kids do too! The 5 choices the students have are number games, fact games, strategy games, SMART Board, and read and write math stories. I pull them for Guided Math based on a pre-assessment and exit tickets (formative assessment) throughout the week. I have written a few posts about it on my blog...theschoolpotato.blogspot.com. I have tweaked a few things since I posted about it on my blog but it's mostly up-to-date with what I've been doing.

    I'm looking forward to reading your past posts about Guided Math!
    -Alex

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  5. I have done guided math for about 3.5 years now and love it and so do the kids! I use an approach similar to Debbie Diller's math workstations, and this works really well for me! I would be interested in a linky party:) You can read more about how I do it on my blog: http://primaryclassroomsareoceansoffun.blogspot.com/search/label/guided%20math

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Hi! I would love to hear from you!

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