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Math Fact Fluency and Families Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Shelina Berry
34:02
Can we still sign up for the credit?
Melissa Crane
34:39
yes Credit Course Registration Link: https://www.cvent.com/d/g7qqnlRegistration closes 10/16/20
Shelina Berry
34:43
TU!
Aleta
35:14
Aleta May, Tuntutuliak (20 min. Flight from Bethel)
lindsaysturm
35:32
Kids loved lucky 13
Courtney Scoby
36:00
Courtney from Eagle River
Bonnie (Alaska)
36:21
Bonnie from Shaktoolik
Susan Smith is exhausted!
36:21
I changed Lucky 13 to Lucky 90 for multiplication and they had to work a little harder… We used 4 cards.
Melissa
36:34
Melissa from Wasilla
Aleta
36:58
Multi-level teaching in K-1, about 3 groups. Used unifix cubes to learn subtraction. (Take-away)
Mary Tester
37:05
Mary Tester, Tununak
Shelina Berry
37:08
Last weeks session was so informative and I loved the talk to families points to get them on board as to why learning new ways to approach math is vital.
Susan Smith is exhausted!
37:09
They started getting frustrated because they were getting low numbers like 3,4,5, and I said it is MUTIPLICATION, not addition…They got it then.
Cindi Faubion
37:15
Sorry I am late…I’m here now
Courtney Scoby
37:18
I played lucky 13 for multiplication as well and changed the product to more challenging numbers
Aleta
37:24
They sat in 6’ away from each other pairs or groups to support each other
Cindi Faubion
37:42
I need more Fluency games
Cindi Faubion
37:51
Ready to execute them
Cindi Faubion
37:53
WHOOP
Pamella Simpson
38:08
More strategies
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
38:09
Fluency activities: I watched my student use counting over and over. When she got to 50-29 she lost count and I said: can I show you a trick? I told her I subtract 30 but then have to put one back since we took away one too many and she goes: Ohhhhhhh, thank you!
Steph Brewer
38:09
Stephanie from Fairbanks. Had to play with my own kids and they loved Lucky 13. Used 4 cards
Heidi Wright
38:12
Yes I am working on remote math club and need for game ideas
Susan Smith is exhausted!
38:15
Thank you!
Shelina Berry
38:26
Where is the best place to purchase your newest book please.
Melissa
38:30
I asked my son how he solved 6+4 and he said he knew 5+4 is nine and one more makes 10.
Cindi Faubion
38:48
Yay Melissa
Gina St Clair
38:53
I made a worksheet, students use dice or cards to fill in one of the factors. Then solve the equation.
Pam WellsPeters
38:55
I am playing with my grandkids.
Cindi Faubion
40:06
Go gina
Cindi Faubion
40:47
I still count on to make sure I am right…lol
Sienna Campbell
42:16
Hi there, sorry I just came back from bus duty...this is Sienna Campbell from Wasilla
Angel Atkins
42:51
I had parents really happy with me last week showing different strategies for 2-digit by 2-digit and 3-digit by 2-digit multiplication because they forgot how to do the “traditional” method of multiplication
Sienna Campbell
43:26
I love the game Lucky 13 and I'm working on getting students comfortable with talking about their strategies, because it's not always easy for them to find the words.
Jennifer Bay-Williams
44:33
Thanks for sharing your stories!
Aleta
44:35
I got the 1st one :)
Susan Smith is exhausted!
44:47
done
Heidi Wright
44:52
Got them
lindsaysturm
45:00
done
Kaleigh Ryno
45:02
got them
Cindi Faubion
45:02
Why are they harder than last week
Aleta
45:12
I need to write down the answers :)
Cindi Faubion
45:17
Round 198 to 200
Gina St Clair
45:20
Make 200
Heidi Wright
45:21
200 +74
Pam WellsPeters
45:24
200 +74
Susan Smith is exhausted!
45:25
200+74
Kiersten Kralovetz
45:25
Add 2 to 198, then add them together, then subtract two
lindsaysturm
45:26
Make a hundred
Sienna Campbell
45:26
I added 2 to the 198 and then added 74 to 00
Deirdre Washburn
45:27
Just add the ones and tens and then hundreds
Val McLeod
45:28
Make a new hundred by taking two from the 76
tdodd
45:28
200+74
Kaleigh Ryno
45:29
add 2 to 200 and 74 left
Sienna Campbell
45:30
*200
Maria
45:33
Add 2 to 198. +76
Karry Betson
45:38
Make a hundred & subtract
Angel Atkins
45:39
Take 2 away from 76 and add to 198 to get 200. 200 +74= 274
elizabethblackbird
45:42
200+74
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
45:52
I like the vertical algorithm for that one.
Courtney Scoby
45:59
200+74
Maria
46:28
198+2=200+76-2=274
Cindi Faubion
46:40
276-2
Susan Smith is exhausted!
46:51
50 X9=450-9=441
Heidi Wright
46:53
49 X10 -9
Sienna Campbell
46:54
50 x 9 - 9
Kaleigh Ryno
46:55
50*10-49
tdodd
46:56
50x9 then take 9 away from answer
Deirdre Washburn
46:59
9 times 50 take away 9
Cindi Faubion
47:00
9 times 9 and 40 times 9 added together
lindsaysturm
47:09
49 *10 then -9
Gina St Clair
47:10
Change 49 to 50. 50 times 9. then take away 9
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
47:13
49*10 -59
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
47:16
Oops, 49
Aleta
47:29
9 X 9=89; cary the 8; 36 + 10-2
Heidi Wright
47:33
Right oops 49
Maria
47:35
4x9=360 9x9=81. 360+80=440+1= 441
elizabethblackbird
47:40
50x9 then subtracted 9
Courtney Scoby
47:40
49*10 then take a way a 49
Bonnie Torres
47:53
49 to 50 or 9 to 10 times the unchanged numbers
Cindi Faubion
48:07
Is 481 the answer
Susan Smith is exhausted!
48:13
5.0+2.18=
Angel Atkins
48:24
Same as Susan
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
48:27
5+2.28 - .1
Cindi Faubion
48:28
Make 4.9 to 5
Cindi Faubion
48:38
Add 5 plus 2.28
Kaleigh Ryno
48:41
added the whole numbers than decimals
Cindi Faubion
48:44
Subtract .1
Heidi Wright
48:45
Yup thinking same
Pam WellsPeters
49:01
5 + 2.18
Cindi Faubion
49:02
7.28 - .1 = 7.18
Sienna Campbell
49:04
I did the same. It was easier to take away a tenth later.
Melissa
49:17
agree
Maria
49:19
4+2=6. 28+90=118. 6+1= 7.18
Gina St Clair
49:22
add .1 to 4.9 get 5. Take away .1 from 2.28 = 2.18. Add 5 + 2.18= 7.18
Bonnie Torres
49:32
Placing the 9 then one less 10
Susan Smith is exhausted!
49:42
(4x2)+2=
Bonnie Torres
49:50
4 times 2
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
49:54
4*2 and 4/3
Val McLeod
49:56
yes break apart
Heidi Wright
50:01
8 +4/3
Pam WellsPeters
50:02
4 X2 =8 4/3
Sienna Campbell
50:11
Yes, break apart. I knew that 4/3 was 1 1/3 and I added that to 8
Gina St Clair
50:15
4 x 2=8 plus 4/3 = 9 1/3
Cindi Faubion
50:19
I usually call that trading
Cindi Faubion
50:24
But I like breakapart
Susan Smith is exhausted!
50:34
Dang I misread that won
Susan Smith is exhausted!
50:44
speed kills sometimes!
Susan Smith is exhausted!
50:49
one
Angel Atkins
54:03
I’m a 5th grade teacher and have a student that is still Phase 1
Cindi Faubion
55:02
The plus 1 minus 1 is important
Bonnie Torres
55:15
then
Deirdre Washburn
55:25
On their fingers
tdodd
55:29
Counting up/on
Kiersten Kralovetz
55:30
‘Grab’ 7-count on
Karry Betson
55:31
Count on
Gina St Clair
55:32
counting on on their fingers
Susan Smith is exhausted!
55:34
2,4,6, +1
tdodd
55:35
Number line
Angel Atkins
55:39
Count on
Melissa
55:41
phase 1 - say 7 and count on 6
Jacob Groll
55:42
number line
Cindi Faubion
55:52
Uses a doubles strat
Steph Brewer
55:53
6 plus 6 is 12 then add one more
Karry Betson
55:53
Doubles + 1
Pam WellsPeters
55:53
6+6 +1
Angel Atkins
55:54
6+6=13
Deirdre Washburn
55:54
Double and add or subtract
Susan Smith is exhausted!
55:55
6+6+1
Val McLeod
55:55
6+6, then add 1
Heidi Wright
55:56
Double +1
Kiersten Kralovetz
55:59
I know 6+6 is 12, so 6+7 is 13
Jacob Groll
55:59
Double plus one
lindsaysturm
56:00
Manipulates &strategies
Melissa
56:01
6+6=12 plus 1
Bonnie Torres
56:01
How much time would you say that teachers should for each phase
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
56:02
6+6=12 then +1
elizabethblackbird
56:04
6+6+1
Gina St Clair
56:04
6+6=12+one more
tdodd
56:05
Looks for what they know
Angel Atkins
56:05
Doubles plus 1
Jacob Groll
56:07
ten frames
Maria
56:30
7+3=10+3=13
Bonnie (Alaska)
56:41
5 + 5=10 +2
Angel Atkins
56:46
13
Kiersten Kralovetz
56:49
13
Bonnie (Alaska)
56:52
13
Gina St Clair
56:53
13
Susan Smith is exhausted!
56:55
6+7
Deirdre Washburn
56:57
They know’
Cindi Faubion
56:58
Does it without thinking
elizabethblackbird
56:58
Known fact
Cindi Faubion
57:05
Know it before they can say it
Shelina Berry
57:13
doubles
Maria
57:20
array
Cindi Faubion
57:22
array
Bonnie (Alaska)
57:24
Draw pictures
Susan Smith is exhausted!
57:25
7,14,21,28
Angel Atkins
57:25
7+7+7+7
Deirdre Washburn
57:27
Draw the objects
Cindi Faubion
57:34
counters
tdodd
57:36
Counting by 7s or 4s
Courtney Scoby
57:38
array
Aleta
57:38
Using prior knowledge of doubles. What is the best way to teach doubles; base ten rods, starting with cubes then going to the doubles of 2s and 3s, etc.
tdodd
57:51
Repeated addition
Sienna Campbell
58:03
Using arrays with different objects or counters
Deirdre Washburn
58:05
arrays
Angel Atkins
58:12
14
Angel Atkins
58:17
14
Angel Atkins
58:27
14+14=28
Susan Smith is exhausted!
58:28
We’re doing arrays right now
Melissa
58:31
14 +14 =28
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
58:34
4*6 is always easier for me. So then add 4 to that.
Gina St Clair
58:36
2x7 then add 14 + 14=28
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
58:39
Or think 2*14
Shelina Berry
58:48
Love doubles
Angel Atkins
59:32
Multiply 4x 5 then multiply 4 x 2 and add the answer together
Sienna Campbell
59:41
this is interesting because I've never used doubles! I would always go to the nearest fact I knew well and then add/subtract as needed
Maria
01:00:48
Me too
Heidi Wright
01:01:11
So are you visualizing individual fingers? Cubes? Base ten Blocks?
Shelina Berry
01:01:39
can use counters and love using 10 frames to show the movement of counter to make a 10
Shelina Berry
01:04:03
Doing this now in 2nd so this is perfect.
Shelina Berry
01:04:45
Yes @ word problems, and making them practical for the kids to relate to.
Heidi Wright
01:04:50
HA ha this looks like a Bear Math curriculum I used to use in Kindergarten classes
Angel Atkins
01:06:07
Love it
Shelina Berry
01:07:02
I use the 3 bears for place value! They are fun to use with math :)
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:08:03
Those are polar bears in the snowstorm now.
Bonnie Torres
01:08:03
do students go back and look at the algorithm to learn the math fact
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:08:24
yes
Bonnie Torres
01:08:25
That is the learning
Shelina Berry
01:08:25
Yes we can hear you
Susan Smith is exhausted!
01:08:26
yes
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:08:27
We hear you
Deirdre Washburn
01:08:27
We hear
Bonnie Torres
01:08:27
yes
Aleta
01:08:30
yes
Shelina Berry
01:08:32
But slide shows nothing :)
ekorenek
01:08:34
your audio and video is good
Shelina Berry
01:08:37
just the background
Bonnie Torres
01:08:38
I hear you
Melissa
01:08:40
yes
ekorenek
01:08:42
just lost your slide, I guess
Shelina Berry
01:08:47
She is frozen\
Belinda
01:08:53
I can’t hear or see slideshow
Angel Atkins
01:08:54
She froze on my screen now
Shelina Berry
01:08:58
yes :(
Heidi Wright
01:08:58
Now you are frozen
Shelina Berry
01:15:32
those skills you are talking about are generally taught in 2nd grade!!
Shelina Berry
01:15:59
Add to subtract and subtract to add = 2nd grade
dianakurka
01:16:12
Helen you will register with asdn. Here is the credit link:
dianakurka
01:16:20
Credit Registration:https://www.cvent.com/d/g7qqnl
Cindi Faubion
01:16:31
I sent one of those worksheets home 2 weeks ago.. : (
lee_helen
01:17:14
I belive I did awhile back. But thought I still had to go directly to UAA and register, as I did for another course I took this summer.
dianakurka
01:18:15
Our webinar registrations are sent in bulk to UAA after registration for the webinar closes: 10/16
Cindi Faubion
01:18:36
Great ANSWER Jennifer
Melissa
01:18:39
yes
ekorenek
01:18:42
Yup!
Pam WellsPeters
01:18:43
yes
Courtney Scoby
01:18:44
Yes
Pamella Simpson
01:18:52
yes
Courtney Scoby
01:18:54
Great explanation!
Pamella Simpson
01:19:27
Games are working better for our online class to keep everyone on task
Heidi Wright
01:19:46
And those games and dialogue about what is happening would be great review and warm up activities then teaching the game to follow up
Pamella Simpson
01:20:01
Great idea!
Sienna Campbell
01:20:24
10 minutes a day is what I can manage in 5th grade but the sad fact is that after an entire year, the students who started out with major gaps in fluency still lacked the fluency. I suspect it's because I couldn't "deep dive" into strategies with the little bits of time I had to work on fluency.
Cindi Faubion
01:20:59
Something is better than nothing..can’t keep beating that dead moose
Heidi Wright
01:21:19
Think about a math club at lunch time inviting kids who need the depth of practice to be fluent
Pamella Simpson
01:21:49
Great idea there on the Math lunch Club
Melissa
01:22:00
Yes, great questions that parents can ask too
Melissa
01:22:50
number line
Courtney Scoby
01:22:52
I did a lunch math club for quite a few years
ekorenek
01:23:06
It seems the number line is also an important element here, rather than just a number chart, for example, when they may be able to just follow the pattern (like- depend on location as in with fact family number sentence placement). True?
Shelina Berry
01:23:56
O.O this looks awesome!! Bingo Math :)
Cindi Faubion
01:24:41
Laminate writing stripes and on the back there is 1 line that works as a number line…Dry erase and have fun
ekorenek
01:25:00
Donald Torres
Courtney Scoby
01:25:40
I did multiplication bingo just like this for my students
ekorenek
01:25:40
One less
lee_helen
01:25:46
the game could be ‘two more cover it'
ekorenek
01:25:47
but, then the dice…
Cindi Faubion
01:25:48
2 more or less
Melissa
01:25:48
plus 10
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:25:49
*2
sloan_katelyn
01:25:49
one less
Sienna Campbell
01:25:53
Tic tac toe
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:25:56
doubles
Cindi Faubion
01:25:58
doubles
Belinda
01:26:01
cover two “sums”
annemagalsky
01:26:02
You can use it with 3 digit numbers to help review place value…and use with 3 dice
Deirdre Washburn
01:26:03
Add to make a 10
Cindi Faubion
01:26:06
addition
Cindi Faubion
01:26:10
subtraction
Cindi Faubion
01:26:22
Even odd
Cindi Faubion
01:26:34
Send it home
Cindi Faubion
01:26:42
Introduce it to the students
Shelina Berry
01:26:45
Ziplock bag games :)
Melissa
01:26:47
send it home to play and questions to ask
annemagalsky
01:26:55
Great for different ability levels - it could be used for 1-1 correspondence as well…with dotted dice...
Pamella Simpson
01:27:00
Have the students to take it home and teach it to the parents.
annemagalsky
01:27:06
Paper dice- glue sticks!
Belinda
01:27:10
take home baggie (instead of a book baggie)
annemagalsky
01:27:11
They like to color the spaces
Melissa
01:27:21
good idea
Shelina Berry
01:27:26
Siblings can play, play with friends, etc.
annemagalsky
01:27:32
Time it…stop watch
Pam WellsPeters
01:27:37
Students teach game Parents can make a new one
Gina St Clair
01:28:10
Roll dice, make 10
annemagalsky
01:29:19
give them objects to accompany the language of the story…
ekorenek
01:30:25
Okay - two fewer crayons or make a ten (like we said earlier) either one is a relationship, yes?
ekorenek
01:30:37
14
sloan_katelyn
01:30:48
13
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:30:48
13
ekorenek
01:30:49
13
Blessing Ihedioha
01:30:49
13
Susan Smith is exhausted!
01:30:49
13
Courtney Scoby
01:30:49
13
Pam WellsPeters
01:30:51
13
Val McLeod
01:30:58
13
ekorenek
01:31:22
Make 10
ekorenek
01:31:26
Pretend 10
Val McLeod
01:31:28
15
Pam WellsPeters
01:31:30
15
ekorenek
01:31:36
Make 10
Pam WellsPeters
01:32:04
10+4
Melissa
01:32:15
10+4
ekorenek
01:33:04
yes
Shelina Berry
01:33:04
Yes 9
Cindi Faubion
01:33:04
yes
ekorenek
01:33:09
fixed addens
ekorenek
01:33:11
addend
Shelina Berry
01:33:23
lol
Heidi Wright
01:33:23
WOW
Cindi Faubion
01:33:24
Stop it
Shelina Berry
01:33:58
8 is 1 less
ekorenek
01:34:40
Pretend a 10
Cindi Faubion
01:36:00
Add and subtract 2
Bonnie Torres
01:36:26
thank you
Bonnie Torres
01:36:34
I love this game
Angel Atkins
01:37:02
We do multiplication war
Bonnie Torres
01:37:12
I also like the adaptations, changing the middle number
Bonnie Torres
01:37:23
could use for multiuplication too
Courtney Scoby
01:37:24
I do multiplication war as well
lindsaysturm
01:37:24
what program do you use for your card images on the slides
Bonnie Torres
01:37:50
right on courtney
annemagalsky
01:38:24
Brain in Camp?
annemagalsky
01:38:40
BrainingCamp.com
Pamella Simpson
01:38:43
I want the families to be familiar with what we are doing so that they can help and not get upset if we are using new techniques.
Cindi Faubion
01:41:00
This might be a little intimidating with all the words for our families
Sienna Campbell
01:41:09
Wow! This letter is amazing. I guess I'm still a bit confused on how Pretend-a-10 is different from Make 10
annemagalsky
01:41:17
Many parents want more visuals...
Cindi Faubion
01:41:24
We have very low reading levels
Melissa
01:41:24
I agree, Cindi.
Cindi Faubion
01:41:27
Perfect
Bonnie Torres
01:41:27
great visual
Cindi Faubion
01:41:39
But pictures are good
Courtney Scoby
01:41:49
I think the more the communication the better the more you communicate with parents the more they are on board
Deirdre Washburn
01:41:53
I believe it would be beneficial to have the students play the game before they take this home. That way the student could teach the parent but the parent will have a backup for understanding
Bonnie Torres
01:41:54
ten and five frames
Cindi Faubion
01:42:12
I still think we should introduce the game in class so the kids can go home and teach their parents
Melissa
01:42:14
Good idea, Deirdre.
Pam WellsPeters
01:42:23
i like the idea that the student can show the parent.
Val McLeod
01:43:43
6 groups of 2
Val McLeod
01:43:45
oops
Val McLeod
01:43:50
2 groups of 6
annemagalsky
01:44:26
My students love games!
Bonnie Torres
01:44:33
2 times 5 plus 2 times 2
Angel Atkins
01:44:55
Yes Bonnie, that is how I am helping my students with 7s
Susan Smith is exhausted!
01:45:26
Will you put the directions up again after we play this game?
Bonnie Torres
01:45:34
right on angel
Susan Smith is exhausted!
01:45:50
thank you
Shelina Berry
01:45:56
yes
Bonnie Torres
01:46:30
yep
Sienna Campbell
01:46:30
Yes!
Courtney Scoby
01:46:33
yes
Heidi Wright
01:46:35
yes
Susan Smith is exhausted!
01:48:57
yes
Melissa
01:49:02
good game
Bonnie Torres
01:49:02
16 and 2
Bonnie Torres
01:49:07
for 9
Susan Smith is exhausted!
01:49:11
Is there a reason for 15 counters?
Bonnie Torres
01:49:15
love the game
Bonnie Torres
01:50:36
so, 4s, 6s, and 8s with that game
ekorenek
01:50:36
6
Pam WellsPeters
01:50:40
6
ekorenek
01:50:48
12
Angel Atkins
01:50:49
12
Pam WellsPeters
01:50:51
12
Sienna Campbell
01:50:57
12
ekorenek
01:50:58
2 x 6
Gina St Clair
01:51:00
12
Angel Atkins
01:51:01
24
Sienna Campbell
01:51:03
24
ekorenek
01:51:04
4 x 6 24
Pam WellsPeters
01:51:11
28
Gina St Clair
01:51:11
28
ekorenek
01:53:11
dice roll x 4
Shelina Berry
01:53:28
28
ekorenek
01:53:30
right - cards
Cindi Faubion
01:54:19
Sounds great
Bonnie Torres
01:56:47
so we have access to this
Deirdre Washburn
01:57:05
Where would we find it?
Bonnie Torres
01:57:15
and other materials you should us?
Bonnie Torres
01:57:20
thank you!
Melissa Crane
01:57:23
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-math-fact-fluency-and-families-fall-2020/
ekorenek
01:57:42
Apologies that I have to sneak out a little early- we have parents here for an enrollment fair, and they are starting to out-number staff that is here to help (which is good thing, but I need to help!) THANK YOU!
dianakurka
01:57:48
The folder should be posted on the Resource page. If it’s not we will get it there!
dianakurka
01:59:06
I’m seeing it on the website!
sloan_katelyn
01:59:32
Hosting a math fact family night!
Maria
01:59:36
Getting these games out to teachers in our district
Jacob Groll
01:59:40
Math Game Night
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:59:42
The focus on making or pretending tens really helps me narrow my work with students
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:59:44
Games!
Cindi Faubion
01:59:45
These really can be taught in a short amount of time
Heidi Wright
01:59:46
Work with parents by using the language and the games
Sienna Campbell
01:59:47
My take-away is that I need to be EXPLICIT. I cannot assume that parents understand strategies or how to talk about strategies. Ditto for kids! It needs to be taught in a straightforward way.
Steph Brewer
01:59:48
It is refreshing to see that there really aren’t that many. With those key strategies, we can help a lot!
Susan Smith is exhausted!
01:59:49
we’re having A Math Literacy luncheon on Friday, soI am goin to go over these with the families and have them play the games.
Cindi Faubion
01:59:49
Games
Karry Betson
01:59:52
To help kids be life long learners/thinkers
Bonnie Torres
01:59:52
getting parents involved
Dan May
01:59:54
thanks
Mary Tester
01:59:54
Games!
Deirdre Washburn
01:59:54
Playing games… model the language
Angel Atkins
01:59:54
Using these games during our zoom meets for math
Courtney Scoby
01:59:55
Definitely games
Shelina Berry
01:59:58
I love these games that will engage the students and support their learning.. Thank you! I am going to be making ziplock bagged games.
Blessing Ihedioha
01:59:59
I really like the pretend-a-10. I can definitely see my students having fun playing the games
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
02:00:04
Play games - encourage parents to play the games with their kiddos
Courtney Scoby
02:00:04
Thanks!
Gina St Clair
02:00:04
Have the student learn a game that requires a strategy, then take the game home to teach the parents the strategy.
Melissa
02:00:05
Focus letter with specific strategy and game sent home to families
Belinda
02:00:05
A time for hands-on games in class
Maria
02:00:06
Migrent Ed
Pam WellsPeters
02:00:16
Short explanations that the parents can see about the strategies that go with the games.
Bonnie Torres
02:00:17
games as a SUPER way to learn math facts
Jacqueline Wood
02:00:18
I like the bingo board games
Maria
02:00:28
Migrant
tdodd
02:00:30
Showing different games with the same outcome - aligning that with how strategies work for students
Pamella Simpson
02:00:35
I want to use “On the Double,” and the “Sum War.”
annemagalsky
02:00:40
I’m going to use these games for primary classes this week!
Pamella Simpson
02:01:14
It’s a matter of using these games and knowing them in order to use them with the students.
Cindi Faubion
02:01:48
We need a lot in
Pamella Simpson
02:01:50
What is the name of your book? I want to buy it!
dianakurka
02:02:01
I will get it up on our website!
Shelina Berry
02:02:05
Thank you
Melissa Crane
02:02:10
Survey Link 2: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2T28LXK
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
02:02:13
Thank you so much!
Bonnie Torres
02:02:21
thank you!
annemagalsky
02:02:26
Thank you!
Melissa
02:02:28
Thank you!
Heidi Wright
02:02:29
Thank you so much
Aleta
02:02:31
Where is the link
Bonnie Torres
02:02:32
noooooo problem
Pam WellsPeters
02:02:32
thanks
Gina St Clair
02:02:34
Thank you!
sloan_katelyn
02:02:38
Thank you!
Shelina Berry
02:02:40
Trust me we understand tech issues lol :)
Deirdre Washburn
02:02:45
Thanks! I learned quite a bit.
Bonnie Torres
02:02:52
true professional
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:03:54
Thanks! Here is the Fact Fluency Games link: http://kcm.nku.edu/mathfactfluency/index.php
Aleta
02:04:10
thank you!
Bonnie Torres
02:04:25
How can we buy your math game book?
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:04:34
Book name is Math Fact Fluency
Bonnie Torres
02:04:40
just saw it
Melissa Crane
02:05:07
Credit Course Registration Link: https://www.cvent.com/d/g7qqnl
Bonnie Torres
02:05:12
thank you...on my wife Bonnie's computer...my name is Donald
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:05:28
Thanks, Donald for your questions earlier
Bonnie Torres
02:07:20
Quyanaqpak!
Susan Smith is exhausted!
02:07:23
With cards especially
Melissa Crane
02:07:41
Survey Link 2: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2T28LXK