This starter kit is designed to help you organize your math workshop routines, and boost student independence during your math block. These teacher tools are used in my third grade classroom, but are designed to be used with any grade level.
★ M.A.T.H. Routine Pie Chart Poster: (editable & ready to print version included) A visual representation of the Math Workshop daily routine.
★ Data Tracking and Check-In Sheets: (editable) Add student names and track your check-ins and formative assessments.
★ Math Workshop Group Schedule: (editable) Assign your students to daily activities to create balance during M.A.T.H. workshop rotations.
★ Group Number Desk Tags: (ready to print) After each student is assigned to a math group, place a number on their desk for easy tracking and organization.
★ Math Workshop Group Organizer: (ready to print) Print this organizer and use it to sort your math groups at the beginning of each unit.
★ Math Partner Success Kit: (editable & ready to print version included) Boost student independence and resourcefulness rather than dependence on the teacher as the sole provider of solutions. Includes an anchor chart header, editable Math Triad promises, a three before me poster, and a meet with the teacher poster.
★ Lesson Flow Google Doc Template: (editable) Create a digital lesson flow that guides your students through the daily lesson.
★ Standards for Mathematical Practice Poster Set: (editable & ready to print version included) Display the math practice you are focused on each day. These vibrant garden-themed posters feature the eight Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice written in student-friendly language.
★ Problem Solving Recording Sheets: (ready to print) Originally designed to be used with my Math Word Problem Solving Task Cards, these sheets can be used to support detailed math models & explanations. Four formats make differentiation a breeze.
★ Computation Check-In Poster Flap: (ready to print) Write the answers to your daily computation check under this flap so students can easily check their accuracy, giving you more time for small group work and student math conferences.
★ Rubric Drawer Labels: (editable & ready to print version included) Foster student reflection & self assessment when students turn in work by placing these rubric labels on the front of drawers or turn in bins.
★ Student Feedback Forms: (ready to print) Incorporate student reflection & feedback into your student conferences and small group meetings, and minimize the time spent grading papers. A meaningful way to inform parents about student progress and growth without adding hours of grading to your schedule.
★ Five Steps for Data Tracking: (ready to print) A visual reference/checklist for you to use as you establish your data tracking routine.
★ Levels of Understanding Rubric: (editable & ready to print version included) A rubric to assess the depth of student understanding. This rubric can be used for all subject areas, and is editable to meet the needs of your unique classroom.