British Columbia Association of Math Teachers: A Provincial Specialist Association of the BC Teachers' Federation

Author Debbie Nelson

Stretchy McHandsome

Language and story can be a source of creativity and joy &  everyone has a story to tell Addition and subtraction with numbers to 10 can be modelled concretely, pictorially, and symbolically

The Old Truck

Shapes to discover and count. Explore number relationships: one/two more/less, benchmarks of 5 & 10, spatial reasoning & part/part/whole

A Stone Sat Still

by Brendan Wenzel BIG IDEAS: Spatial Reasoning ~ size, perspective, shape download Stone Sat Still Lesson

Chicken Break

A Counting Book

I Can Only Draw Worms

Operations – storytelling and play

Mapping Sam ~ mapping/coding

My First Book of Patterns

Balance the Birds: +/- equations

The Tall Man and the Small Mouse

Truman

Truman is a tracking tortoise. Lovely math to self and math to world connections. Tasks offer: estimation, spatial reasoning and word problems created from story context.

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