Classroom-Ready Number Talks for Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade Teachers: 1000 Interactive Math Activities that Promote Conceptual Understanding and Computational Fluency

Classroom-Ready Number Talks for Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade Teachers: 1000 Interactive Math Activities that Promote Conceptual Understanding and Computational Fluency

by Nancy Hughes

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612437279
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publication date: 03/12/2018
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 154,856
Product dimensions: 7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Nancy Hughes spent the last 10 years as K–12 Mathematics Coordinator at Olathe Public Schools, the largest school district in the Kansas City region. Responsibilities included providing professional development for mathematics teachers in all grade levels. Prior to Olathe, Hughes taught middle school math in Kansas City area public and private schools. Hughes has presented math topics at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Kansas City Area Teachers of Mathematics, and Kansas Area Teachers of Mathematics conferences. Hughes also directed the Kauffman Foundations K–16 Professional Development. Hughes has a BS from Kansas State University and a MS in Curriculum and Instruction from Kansas University.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Addition 7

Addition Using Base Ten Blocks 9

Addition Using Base Ten Blocks with Regrouping 10

Addition with Place Value Strips 11

Addition with Place Value Strips and Regrouping 12

Jumps on a Number Line 13

Compensation 14

Making Tens 15

Landmark Numbers 16

Doubles Plus 17

Doubles/Near Doubles 18

Rounding Up or Down 19

Decomposing Using Place Value 20

Adding Left to Right 21

Adding Smaller Numbers in Expanded Form 22

Adding Larger Numbers in Expanded Form 23

Adding Numbers Larger Than 1,000 in Expanded Form 24

Adding Numbers Over 100 on an Open Number Line 25

Adding Numbers Over 1,000 on an Open Number Line 26

Adding Based on Partial Sums 27

Finding Perimeter by Adding Lengths 28

Subtraction 29

Subtracting Using Base Ten Blocks 31

Subtracting Using Base Ten Blocks with Regrouping 32

Subtracting with Place Value Strips 33

Subtracting Using Place Value Strips and Whether to Use Regrouping 34

Adding Up to Subtract 35

Counting Back 36

Counting Back by Hundreds, Tens, and Ones 37

Decomposing Using Place Value 38

Compensation 39

Round the Subtrahend and Compensate 40

Place Value with Small Numbers 41

Place Value with Larger Numbers 42

Distance on a Number Line 43

Distance on a Number Line: Another Look 44

Subtracting in Expanded Form 45

Subtracting Smaller Numbers on a Number Line 46

Subtracting Larger Numbers on a Number Line 47

Part-Part-Whole 48

Finding Missing Angles 49

Multiplication 50

Repeated Addition 52

Looking for Doubles 53

Doubling on a Number Line 54

Doubles Plus (3 as a Factor) 55

Doubles Plus; Decomposition (Factors of 3) 56

Doubles Plus Doubles (4 as a Factor) 57

Doubles Plus Doubles: Decomposition (4 as a Factor) 58

Double, Double, and Double Again (8 as a Factor) 59

Double, Double, and Double Again: Decomposition (8 as a Factor) 60

Half of 10 (5 as a Factor) 61

Half of 10: Abstract (5 as a Factor) 62

Subtracting from 10 (9 as a Factor) 63

Subtracting from 10: Abstract (9 as a factor) 64

Landmark Numbers 65

Multiplying Using a Number Line 66

Doubling and Halving 67

Decomposition Using Partial Products 68

Factor and Factor Again (Associative Property) 69

Multiplication Using an Array 70

Multiplication Using an Area Model and Place Value 71

Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers Using an Area Model and Place Value 72

Finding Perimeter Using

P = 2l + 2w or P = 2(l + w) 73

Area: A = lw 74

Adding Areas: A = lw 75

Area and the Distribution Property 76

Volume 77

Division 78

Equal Shares 80

Repeated Subtraction 81

Using an Array 82

Relationship Between Multiplication and Division 83

Using a Number Line 84

Tape Diagrams (Strip Diagrams) 85

Halving 86

Doubling 87

Area Model with 1-Digit Divisors 88

Area Model with 2-Digit Divisors 89

Decomposition and Distributed Division 90

Partial Quotients with Smaller Numbers 91

Partial Quotients with Larger Numbers 92

Place Value Columns (1-digit divisor/2-digit dividend) 93

Place Value Columns (1-digit divisor/3-digit dividend) 94

Place Value Columns (1-digit divisor/4-digit dividend) 95

Finding the Missing Side of a Rectangle 96

Common Multiplication and Division Situations 97

Fractions 98

Fair Shares and Partitioning 101

Set Models 102

More, Less, or Equal to One Whole 103

Comparing Fractions 104

Ordering Fractions 105

Equivalent Fractions Using Fraction Tiles 106

Equivalent Fractions Using a Number Line 107

Decomposing Fractions 108

Decomposing Fractions Using Tape Diagrams and Number Bonds 109

Adding Fractions Using Fraction Tiles 110

Adding Fractions Using a Number Line: Like Denominators 111

Adding Fractions Using a Number Line: Unlike Denominators 112

Adding Fractions Using a Tape Diagram: Like Denominators 113

Adding Fractions Using an Area Model: Unlike Denominators 114

Adding Fractions Using Decomposition 115

Adding Fractions Using Equivalency 116

Adding Fractions Using Tape Diagrams 117

Finding Perimeter by Adding Lengths 118

Subtracting Fractions Using Fraction Tiles 119

Subtracting Fractions Using a Number Line: Like Denominators 120

Subtracting Fractions Using a Number Line: Unlike Denominators 121

Subtracting Fractions Using an Area Model: Like Denominators 122

Subtracting Fractions Using an Area Model: Unlike Denominators 123

Subtracting Fractions Using Decomposition 124

Subtracting Fractions Using Equivalency 125

Subtracting Fractions Using Tape Diagrams 126

Multiplying Fractions Using Repeated Addition 127

Using Fraction Tiles to Multiply a Whole Number by a Fraction 128

Multiplying a Fraction by a Whole Number 129

Multiplying Fractions Using Fraction Tiles and a Number Line 130

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Using an Area Model 131

Multiplying Fractions Using an Area Model (Fraction × Fraction) 132

Multiplying Fractions by Fractions Using Counters 133

Multiplying Fractions Using Tape Diagrams 134

Multiplying Fractions Using the Distributive Property 135

Finding Perimeter Using P = 2l + 2w or P = 2(l + w) 136

Area: A = lw 137

Dividing a Whole Number by a Unit Fraction Using Part-Part-Whole Model 138

Dividing a Whole Number by a Unit Fraction 139

Dividing a Unit Fraction by a Whole Number 140

Dividing a Unit Fraction by a Whole Number Using a Number Line 141

Dividing a Whole Number by a Unit Fraction Using a Number Line 142

Dividing a Whole Number by a Fraction 143

Decimals 144

Identifying Decimals 146

Decimal Place Value 147

Rounding Decimals to the Nearest Whole 148

Adding Decimals Using Decimal Squares 149

Adding Decimals by Decomposing (Partial Sums) 150

Adding Decimals Using a Place Value Strategy 151

Adding Decimals on an Open Number Line 152

Adding Decimals in Expanded Form 153

Subtracting Decimals by Counting Back by the Ones, Tenths, and Hundredths 154

Subtracting Decimals on an Open Number Line 155

Subtracting Decimals Using Decimal Squares 156

Subtracting Decimals Using a Place Value Strategy: No Regrouping 157

Multiplying Decimals Using Decimal Squares 158

Multiplying Decimals Using Decimal Squares with an Array 159

Multiplying Decimals Using an Area Model 160

Dividing Decimals Using Decimal Squares 161

Dividing Decimals Based on Multiplication 162

Further Reading Opportunities 163

References 165

About the Author 166

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