Friday, August 1, 2014

5th Grade Math Moves is Ready! {A Daily Common Core Spiral Review}

It's finished and ready to go!  Yay!


Last summer, I spent time creating Math Moves for 4th grade.  After using it for a year, I can tell you it is by far worth the time I spent creating it.  I knew what my students needed this last year.  I knew their strengths and weaknesses.  I knew how to differentiate for each student based on their needs...all by using Math Moves.

I wanted a spiral review that was aligned to the Common Core State Standards and didn't find anything that completely fit my needs.  I wanted to have a review that covered all 5 domains each week and also provided a separate assessment each week.  So, I spent my summer creating one.

And, I did that again this summer for 5th grade!  I had promised so many people to work on it. And, I like to keep my promises (for the most part). :)

And, I'd like to share this new resource with you....in giveaway form :)
Let me tell you a little bit about the pack:


It is my belief that one of the most effective ways to foster mastery and retention of mathematical skills is through a daily cumulative review.  Students are exposed to skills and concepts that touch all 5 mathematical domains each week. Math Moves allow you to scaffold instruction to meet the individual needs of each student.

Included in this 150 page pack you will find the following:
*Daily Work- 4 questions per day; 16 questions a week; all 5 domains covered every week!
*Weekly Assessment- A separate weekly assessment page covering the same standards from the daily work; 15-25 tested standards each week; all 5 domains covered every week!
*Answer Keys for daily work and assessment.
*Common Core State Standards listed on each question on the answer key
*Tiered approach-the questions get progressively more rigorous throughout the year
*Questions written to meet the standards for mathematical practice
*Common Core State Standards checklist for a visual of when standards are being addressed

Math Moves works great for morning work, but can also be used for homework.  It can also be used for older grades as a review or for lower grades as enrichment!

So, now it's time for the giveaway....Complete the rafflecopter for your chance to win. This contest ends Sunday night at midnight.  So, hurry!  If you can't wait for the giveaway to end, I've discounted the price to $7.50 (from $10.00) until Sunday night, too.  That way, you don't even have to wait on the sale if you are eager to get it now :)


a Rafflecopter giveaway

10 comments:

  1. I am so excited about this!!!! I just entered and cannot wait to implement 5th grade Math Moves this year!! :) :)

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  2. I'm looking forward to meeting my new students.

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  3. I'm looking forward to departmentalizing for the first time in fifth! Also, we have an awesome new principal, so I'm super excited to work more closely with her. :)

    -Becky
    Trials and Triumphs

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  4. I am looking forward to trying new things

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  5. Looking forward to using Math Rotations in my classes this year!

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  6. Last year was my first year of teacher math...and it happens to be 5th grade! This year I plan on building upon last years experience and implementing a lot of spiral review to hopefully improve retention!! This looks like a perfect resource for me.

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  7. I'm looking forward to trying some new ideas and seeing my students succeed.

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  8. WOOOOOHOOOO! I hope I win! I am looking forward to being in 5th grade again this year. It will be the first time that I'm not starting or continuing in a loop in 8 years. I have forgotten what it's like to be in the same grade level two years in a row!
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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  9. Ahh! I am so excited that I won the giveaway! This will be a huge help this year. Thank you so much!!

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