Monday - I plan to put a few different manipulatives in their pocket throughout the year. I put buttons in today just to change up the pictures for patterning to show another way to utilize the page.
This page (left) is hard to see, the glare is bad (Sorry). This page focuses on place value of specific digit, estimating sum/difference, and rounding. The page on the right is completing a number line with the given number in two different spaces. I use the number line to teach numerous skills (rounding, adding, subtracting, etc) and feel it's essential. I included the pattern of multiplying by 10 and 100 because I want my students to learn the pattern.
The final page for Monday is ordering given numbers least to greatest and greatest to least. They are two different sets of numbers, therefore they can't just write it the opposite way the second time....muhahaha
Tuesday's activities focus on patterns, rules, and operations. You can use numbers and/or shapes/colors depending on your level of students. I used buttons today just to show how you can change it up.
Comparing two like fractions
Adding two like fractions (without reducing)
On the right, I have a venn diagram that I use for various tasks...this picture shows the multiples/skip counting of 2s and 3s.
This page has a triple venn, which I use for comparing and ordering three fractions amongst other things.
The last page on my orange day is comparing three fractions by converting them to have like denominators. You can adjust this to suit your needs. If you don't need this page, replace it with another activity or leave it out completely.
Green Day -
I hope this helped. I need to see it to understand.
Here's the preview if you want to see all that's included
First Day Freebie
I play this game daily as a wrap up. The students beg to play and this can be used in any grade level. My middle school kids LOVED it too.
You will need one ten-sided die. Looks like this and you can click on the picture if you need to order some. I grabbed mine from my local comic book store.
Next print off a class set and laminate these puppies
you'll use them a lot.
Hit me back if you have any questions or comments!