## Tuesday, March 5, 2013

### St. Patricks Day Spanish Math Word Problems

Once again I created some additional math resources I use with my students to
address common core standards but with a St. Patricks day theme. These are addition and subtraction word
problems for students to solve using
pictures, tally marks and number sentences. Meets common core standards
for operations and
algebraic thinking. All in Spanish of course. There are a total of 12 word problems.

They are available at my tpt store http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/St-Patricks-Day-Themed-Spanish-Word-Problems,

## Sunday, March 3, 2013

### Magazine Review

We started our expository text features study this month. In order to facilitate this study our school bought Time for Kids for all of our first grade classes. Yay!!! But of course I wasn't happy just having my students read them and learn all about the features of expository text. I decided to put these magazines at a center and have my students do a review of what they learned from this magazine. I have a new magazine every week for them to use. I plan on using this again next year by keeping one copy of each of these magazines and having it laminated. The best thing about this review is that it can cover about 5 of the common core standards for Informational text.

There are two forms. The first one is simple for kids who need more support. Students predict what they will
learn, draw a picture of one fact they are taught through the reading
and draw a picture.

The second form asks students to predict, share the title of two articles and state one fact they learned from each article.

So far my students have become experts at identifying headings, captions, photographs and diagrams.

You can purchase a copy of the packet at my tpt store by clicking on the link.... http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spanish-Magazine-Review

Enjoy!!

The second form asks students to predict, share the title of two articles and state one fact they learned from each article.

So far my students have become experts at identifying headings, captions, photographs and diagrams.

You can purchase a copy of the packet at my tpt store by clicking on the link.... http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spanish-Magazine-Review

Enjoy!!

## Wednesday, February 6, 2013

### Common Core Checklist

Wow!! I've been searching through Google for a common core checklist and I found these great resources. It's a great way to keep track of what standards I have taught and retaught as well as assessed. If your like me and want to make sure to keep track of what you are teaching, this would be a great tool to have. They have a checklist for Language Arts as well as Math..........wait for it.........wait for it.......in ALL GRADES!!

You can download a copy of their checklist for free at their website http://www.thecurriculumcorner.com/2012/08/18/common-core-checklists/

But hold on...........as I perused their website I found they had so many other wonderful resources! Take a moment of time to explore their site. You too might fall in love with it.

You can download a copy of their checklist for free at their website http://www.thecurriculumcorner.com/2012/08/18/common-core-checklists/

But hold on...........as I perused their website I found they had so many other wonderful resources! Take a moment of time to explore their site. You too might fall in love with it.

## Tuesday, January 29, 2013

### Spanish Math Word Problems

Here are some additional math resources I use with my students to address common core standards. These are addition and subtraction word problems for students to solve using
pictures, tally marks and number sentences. Meets common core standards
for number and operations in base ten as well as operations and
algebraic thinking. All in Spanish ofcourse.

They are available for download at my tpt store http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Common-Core-Aligned-Spanish-Math-Word-Problems-for-Students

### Common Core Aligned Spanish Valentine Math Prompts

Here are some new common core aligned math word problems in Spanish. There are a
total of 11 prompts. I use these during the beginning of the month of February. If you do one a day beginning on the first you could be done with them by Valentines.

I always start by modeling for them how to illustrate the problem, how to write out a word problem and in the end how to explain their thinking. I gradually move them into doing these independently as an end of unit journal prompt.

You can download these at my tpt store http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spanish-Valentine-Math-Word-Problems-Aligned-to-Common-Core

## Wednesday, December 5, 2012

### Daily Calendar Work in Spanish

This is a simple page I use with my students to teach them how to read the calendar as well as how to use tally marks, base ten blocks and learn about place value. After modeling for my students a couple of times and then guiding them through it they are now able to do it independently. I place the blank copies at the entrance of our class and right after lunch as they walk in they grab a sheet and begin to work on it while I prep our math lesson. It takes them about five to ten minutes to complete. The great thing about it is that by the time I start to teach place value or base ten blocks my students are already familiar with it. Just in case your wondering it is aligned to common core.

You can purchase this at my TPT store just click on the link

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Common-Core-Aligned-Daily-Calendar-Work-in-Spanish

You can purchase this at my TPT store just click on the link

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Common-Core-Aligned-Daily-Calendar-Work-in-Spanish

## Thursday, November 22, 2012

### Christmas Themed Math Word Problems aligned to Common Core

Yes! I finally finished these Christmas themed word problems to meet operations and algebraic thinking common core standards. We do a word problem journal prompt at the end of each math unit, but I wanted to try some on a daily basis or even as a math center. So I looked at the standard and came up with these word problems in Spanish. There are a total of 11 prompts. If you start on the last week of Nov. you could do one prompt a day and be done by the time you go on vacation.

You can find these at my http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Christmas-Spanish-Math-Word-Problems-Aligned-to-Common-Core-427084

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