Developed by Reagan Tunstall, a nationally-recognized speaker on guided math, this essential classroom resource has everything you need to successfully plan, organize, implement, and manage Guided Math. This First Grade unit kit contains detailed and differentiated lesson plans, activities, games, and cards for your Guided Math whole group and small group lessons! This is Unit 3 out of 9 units for First Grade. It includes 19 detailed whole group lessons, small group lessons with activities, as well as an end-of-unit assessment.
The standards covered in Unit 3 are: vocabulary for parts of a number sentence, making ten, part part whole, result unknown addition and subtraction, change unknown addition and subtraction, start unknown addition and subtraction, addition or subtraction?, number sentence matching a picture, number sentence matching a math story, problem solving, join, separate, compare, commutative property of addition, number line addition, number line subtraction, adding three numbers, making ten and counting on. With Guided Math, students develop a deep conceptual understanding of math, acquire computational fluency, and become skilled in thinking and acting mathematically.
- 19 detailed whole group lessons, small group lessons with activities
- 1 end-of-unit assessment
- Teacher guide activities that model concrete representations of abstract mathematical concepts
- Easy-to-use resources that offer classroom–tested lesson plans targeting the big ideas of math
19 differentiated whole and small group lessons per unit; blackline masters; 1 unit assessment
1 poster per unit; short, engaging activties for each day of the week; spiral review previously learned math concepts
16 card sets per unit to easily manage small group instruction; no printing, cutting, laminating, or sorting; conveniently stored in labeled lesson bags
Teacher Guide, Warm-Up Poster, and Card Sets all stored in a durable, stackable tote
SUGGESTED MANIPULATIVES TO USE WITH THIS KIT
Set of 80 bears - 20 Papa, 20 Mama and 40 Baby Bear counters in four colors.
FREE SAMPLE LESSONS
Guided Math: Unit 3, Lesson 11 View Sample Lesson