Math Resources for Parents and Students
We want to thank all the parents that were able to join us for our Virtual Math Night! If you missed it, or would like to visit other sessions, please feel free to visit the links below to view the presentations. Please contact your child's teacher or our Parent Center for additional assistance!
Touch Math: Counting with a Purpose
In this session, we will explain the process of using Touch Math for number identification/quantity identification, and including adding and subtracting.
Prepping in Pre-K: All about Numbers
In this session, we will show you how to help your child build a knowledge of number and quantity using hands on manipulatives, household items, and technology.
Critical Thinkers in Kindergarten
In this session we will model using problem solving strategies to work through an addition word problem (Making-10). This session is designed to show students how to think critically and communicate their thoughts and mathematical reasoning effectively.
Figuring it out in First Grade: Addition Introduction
In this session, we will work through an addition word problem starting with reading and understanding the problem all the way through using strategies to solve the problem. We will focus on the progression of mathematical understanding from using concrete objects to thinking abstractly.
Super in 2nd Grade: Mathematicians at Work
In this session, we will show you how to help your child subtract 3 digit numbers (with and without regrouping) using strategies such as place value and Base 10 models.
Two-step word problem Mathmaticians with 3rd Grade
In this session, we will show you how to help your child solve two-step word problems using all four operations. We will model with manipulatives and an equation.
Solving Multi-Digit Multiplication Using Area Models in 4th Grade
In this session, we will show how to use an area model (AKA box method) to solve multi-digit multiplication word problems.
Standard Algorithm of Multiplication in 5th Grade
In this session, we will demonstrate how to use the standard algorithm of mulitplication to solve word problems involving whole numbers and decimal numbers.