# During the Guided Math Lesson

## Another Great 4th grade fraction resource

Here is a great 4th grade fraction resource. Copy and paste to view.

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## Ten Frame Flashcards!

Here is a great ten frame resource. Use these for games, subitizing activities and guided math groups! Be sure to put a set in your students’ math toolkits!

*Click on the link (it’s free but you have to belong to teachers pay teachers (which is free as well).

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## Decimals Hundredths Grid

Here are some great decimal grid activities by the Virgina Department of Education (see pages 44 – 52). I love decimal grids! Use them to teach adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals! Grids are great scaffolds for thinking.

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## Calculator Math Games

Here is a great packet of calculator math games!

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## Some Subtraction Resources!

Here is a subtraction game! And another one! And another one!

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## Guided Math Videos: Part 3

Here is an excellent clip of a guided math lesson. Notice how the teacher scaffolds her way into the concept with the students. These students do a great deal of work in a small period of time. It is hands-on, interactive and engaging.

Also, notice how the teacher does individual coaching throughout the guided math lesson. This is an essential component of a guided math lesson. It allows for the individual scaffolding within the lesson.

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## Subitizing Part 3

Subitizing (also known as quick images) is a very important routine for k/1 classrooms. Here are some more great links about this! This is a great routine to do in whole group as well as small guided math groups. In small guided math groups you get to have more individual conversations and hear student thinking.

**Links**

Link 2 (a variety of games)

Link 3 (great article)

Link 4 (powerpoints and more)

Be sure to check out my subitizing pinterest board as well!

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## Passport to Decimals

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Here is a Passport to Decimals! Fantastic.

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## Overview of Progression in Division

I love this concept of a Passport to Division 1! Other resources to help on the journey through the land of division!

Resource 3 (I like the way they break the concepts down)

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## Ways to think about subtraction!

Subtraction is much more difficult for children than addition. We don’t tend to teach enough subtraction strategies and have students play around with them in small guided math groups and math centers. Here are some ideas to add to your thinking about teaching subtraction.

Resource 2 (Be sure to scroll down to the illustrated examples!)

Where are your students along this learning continuum? What do you need to teach next?

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