tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post6856213715956065..comments2020-09-27T10:11:44.219-05:00Comments on Firstgraderoundup : Dads, Measuring & Failed LessonsWhitneyhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02986381982136673388noreply@blogger.comBlogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-21740834804817043082014-09-09T21:41:31.772-05:002014-09-09T21:41:31.772-05:00No problem! When the model with counters or manip...No problem! When the model with counters or manips, I make them draw out exactly what they did with their counters. Nothing detailed...just circles or tally marks, but they need some sort of representation so I can tell and to give them a visual. I also require mine to write the numbers for how they counted, "label their counting," so I can see if how they count, so they can double check their counting, and so they can practice writing numbers correctly.Whitneyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02986381982136673388noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-5063722510670042292014-09-09T21:12:51.401-05:002014-09-09T21:12:51.401-05:00Sorry to bother you again. I don't have anyone...Sorry to bother you again. I don't have anyone that I know that is doing CGI in their classroom. If your students are modeling with counters or other manipulatives to solve the problem, do you have them draw the counters on the paper or just write what they used to show how they got their answer?Anonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06632195130453338208noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-48386411812435416152014-09-01T16:45:20.321-05:002014-09-01T16:45:20.321-05:00Thank you so much! That helps a lot! We have to do...Thank you so much! That helps a lot! We have to do letter grades so it is so hard to get grades! I will definitely make a rubric to use with the math mysteries! I got my counting collections done last night and I am super excited about starting these this week!!!! I will most definitely be looking for your assessments packet! Thank you for your help! I read the CGI book this summer but didn't know where to start. I am so blessed to have found your blog!Anonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06632195130453338208noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-27514784437600618972014-08-31T21:33:52.442-05:002014-08-31T21:33:52.442-05:00Sorry, I'm just now back in town and catching ...Sorry, I'm just now back in town and catching up! As far as assessment, I did have a file uploaded on TPT, but it is really outdated and I have changed quite a bit on it. One of my next projects is to work on creating a packet of assessments to use. You can use the Math Wall printout pages for assessing those skills. As far as the math mysteries/CGI, I chart my kids' strategies daily and then we give them math mysteries from all of the required problem types in our CC standards and assess based on how many they can successfully solve. We use a rubric...2 points for solving in an appropriate way (not subtracting for addition, etc...), 1 point for the correct answer, and 1 point for an accurate equation on problems our standards require equations for. Like I said, hopefully, in the next few weeks, I'll be putting out an assessment packet for all of this.<br /><br />On math wall and measurement...You will notice that each math wall alternates between the two measurement standards: order lengths and non-standard measurement. Each week I resize the items on the order lengths page to change it up, but we always order lengths. On the non-standard measurements, I just draw a different sized line each week. Same skill, just different answers. Hopefully, that makes sense! Thanks for your purchases! :)<br />Whitneyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02986381982136673388noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-76158416947345381282014-08-31T16:08:50.755-05:002014-08-31T16:08:50.755-05:00This is the last question, I promise. I downloaded...This is the last question, I promise. I downloaded your math walls and I love them. Do you just do the same measurement problem every week?Anonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06632195130453338208noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-54478064157330907332014-08-30T20:18:53.070-05:002014-08-30T20:18:53.070-05:00Yes, that helps! I am purchasing that too lol! One...Yes, that helps! I am purchasing that too lol! One more question; what do you use to assess with. I definitely want to stay away from our math series! It is so confusing! Sorry to bother you. Thank you for your blog!Anonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06632195130453338208noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-21001371468434268732014-08-30T16:17:20.795-05:002014-08-30T16:17:20.795-05:00Thank you! We so weekly practice during my math wa...Thank you! We so weekly practice during my math walk time on measurement, time, and shapes. Then during parts of the year, I might replace a math mysteries day or counting collections day with a full measurement lesson like the one in this blog. My math walls are up for purchase in my store too. I'm traveling and replying on my phone or else I'd link to some blogs on my math wall time. You can search for them though. Sorry, but I hope that helps!Whitneyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02986381982136673388noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5699949251277141058.post-48674088017742609642014-08-30T15:59:45.322-05:002014-08-30T15:59:45.322-05:00I just found your blog. I will be purchasing your ...I just found your blog. I will be purchasing your mystery problems and your fact fluency, number talks, and counting collections tomorrow when I head to school to work. I just have a question; when do you fit in lessons like measurement, into your schedule? Is it Mondays in the place of counting collections? I am new to first grade and am trying to figure it all out.<br />AngieAnonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06632195130453338208noreply@blogger.com