Includes: Teacher's Guide to Activities -- The Teacher's Guide to Activities provides a Kindergarten teacher with many choices for planning mathematics instruction. The guide also identifies important core activities and includes illustrations, detailed notes, and progress guideposts. Teacher's Reference Manual (Grades K-3) -- Contains comprehensive background information about mathematical content and program management for Grades K-3 and 4-6. This manual familiarizes teachers with the program's features, routines, and provides ideas for organizing and implementing the curriculum. Assessment Handbook -- This grade level specific handbook provides classroom-tested techniques and ideas to make assessment and instruction more manageable, productive, and exciting, as well as offering a more complete picture of each student's progress and instructional needs through techniques and tools from the four assessment areas: ongoing, product, periodic and outside tests.
The Assessment Handbook includes suggestions for observing students, keeping anecdotal records, following student progress, and encouraging students to reflect on and communicate both what they have learned and how they feel about mathematics. Assessment Masters are also included. Program Guide and Masters -- The Program Guide provides an overview of the Kindergarten curriculum, the philosophy of the program, and strategies for managing daily routines. It establishes goals and guideposts, and provides suggestions for home-school connections. The reproducible Blackline Activity Masters provide printed materials for the children's activities, as well as Home Link Masters that suggest mathematics activities for family members and children to do together. Early Childhood Minute Math(R) - This important teacher resource consists of brief verbal interactions that provide support for the multiple exposure, spaced practice, and problem solving emphasis of Everyday Mathematics. These activities take little time and require no advance preparation or props.
In addition to a variety of counting and problem-solving opportunities, Early Childhood Minute Math(R) provides reinforcement and review of other program activities, and helps the children think about and talk about mathematics. Home Connection Handbook (Grades K-6) -- Provides suggestions for enhancing home-school communication and involvement in the program. Grade specific Family Letters and Home Links serve as a basis for ongoing communication as well as a vehicle to engage parents as partners in the learning process. Individual assessment checklists enable teachers to describe in detail the developmental progress of each child. Spanish version available-- Manual de Vinculo con el hogar Mathematics at Home(R) (10 Sets of Books 1,2, and 3) -- These three consumable booklets contain informal, flexible, and fun projects and activities that children and family members can do together to reinforce the concepts and skills taught in the classroom. They also serve to keep parents informed about their children's learning and strengthen home-school relationships.
Spanish version available -- Matematicas para el hogar Content-by-Strand Poster -- Offers a comprehensive overview of how the mathematical strand activities are interwoven throughout the school year and outlines program guideposts. The lesson activities in each content strand are roughly divided by month, and page references are also noted. Class Number-Grid Poster -- A number grid is a matrix which consists of rows of boxes, ten to each row, containing a set of consecutive whole numbers. Children use number grids to explore number patterns, reinforce place-value concepts, and calculate sums and differences.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Weight: 3271 g
Dimensions: 358 x 274 x 221 mm
Edition: 2nd edition