Creating Math Problems


Author: Rena Starr  02/12/2010 12:20:00 PM EDT
TaskStream - Advancing Educational Excellence

VITAL INFORMATION

Subject(s):
Mathematics
 
Topic or Unit of Study:

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, more than, less than, equal to

 
Grade/Level:
2
 
Objective:

Children will be able to correctly create math problems and their answers using math tiles

 
Summary:  
 
IMPLEMENTATION

Learning Context:  
 
Procedure:

Children will draw 2 numbers and one more than, less than, equal to, add, subtract, multiple, or divide tile. They will they create a math problem from this that works, and solve. They may add more addition, multiplication, or subtraction to make this work if needed. They will each create ten problems at this station and record their work.

 
Differentiated Instruction:

You can alter what tiles are there for instance, you may want to remove the equal to for a student that is struggling.

 
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MATERIALS AND RESOURCES

Instructional Materials:

-Math tiles from the ERC

 
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STANDARDS & ASSESSMENT

Standards:
OH- Early Learning Content Standards
• Content Area Mathematics
• Topic Number, Number Sense and Operations for Early Childhood
• Pre-K- Grade 12 Organizer Number and Number Sense
 Indicator 10. Identify and name numerals 0-9.
 Indicator 9. Write numerical representations (e.g., scribbles, reversals) or numerals in meaningful context (e.g., play situations).
 Indicator 6. Compare sets of equal, more, and fewer and use the language of comparison (e.g., equal, more and fewer).
 Indicator 8. Represent quantity using invented forms (e.g., child’s marks to represent a quantity of objects).
 
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