Math Intervention Activities for Kindergarten and First Grade
Math Intervention Binder for Kindergarten and First Grade
Math Intervention Binder for Kindergarten and First Grade- Do you have struggling math students in your classroom?
Kindergarten and First Grade students often struggle with number sense and having a strong foundation in math. This no-prep, time saving Math Intervention Binder will help teachers give students data driven intervention with REAL results. Your students will enjoy math intervention time!
Schools all over have used this math intervention resource with teachers, parents and teacher aides.
This Math Intervention Binder contains over 350 pages of no prep and engaging math instructional tools. The intervention binder is designed to be placed in sheet protectors so that it can be reused during small group or one on one instruction. The binder is stacked with pages for differentiation to meet the needs of your students. You can use all of the pages or pick the ones that you need. The intervention binder also includes directions for a volunteer or non teacher to help in how to use this resource. I've included data collection forms and tracking systems to help ease the pain of collecting data.
Each section contains teacher directions and to use to adequately your students and track their growth.
Skills included in this math intervention resource:
Addition and Subtraction Strategies
Counting Coins Activities
Greater than and Less Than Strategies
Over the years, I’ve used this resource in a variety of ways. I’ve used it where I printed multiple copies of a certain page for small group instruction. I mostly use this for one on one instruction or to give to my paraprofessional that will pull a few students at a time. In this case, each day or week, I’d place a sticky note telling my aide where I would like her to work from. For example, I might flag the place value section and she would complete the section over the period of time. The Math Intervention Binder for Kindergarten and First Grade has been super helpful for teachers and parents in providing data driven instruction.
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