tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8712798902345422065.post2294682081692646769..comments2019-05-05T04:43:09.734-04:00Comments on A Burst of First: The Ins & Outs of Math WorkshopDeirdrehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/15382456467695885509noreply@blogger.comBlogger5125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8712798902345422065.post-40555482352624199762016-09-13T22:17:17.767-04:002016-09-13T22:17:17.767-04:00I love your math centers! I'm jealous of your ...I love your math centers! I'm jealous of your huge math block! I only get about 45 minutes and by the time we do the lesson from the book, time is just about up! I imagine it took quite a bit of time to develop and find all of the resources for each group. I'm in the process of building up centers myself. One of my favorite programs to use for "math with technology" is Ten Marks (an Amazon company). The students can earn math games through the lessons, which are all common core related. I love your math journals. I think that's something that I can fit into my small block of time. I'll be looking into those on your TPT. Question about your bins for the 2 student led centers- do you prep those with new materials every day? Or are they always full of games/ activities related to your current unit/focus and the students can pick and choose what they'd like to work on? Thanks for sharing!Maleah Lhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02465406469799297104noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8712798902345422065.post-46236494493675085832016-02-17T06:28:16.087-05:002016-02-17T06:28:16.087-05:00Do you see everyone everyday? I would love to do s...Do you see everyone everyday? I would love to do something like this but currently only get 40 minutes for math. hseasehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18126645068739110819noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8712798902345422065.post-41587261310209470092016-02-16T22:35:51.208-05:002016-02-16T22:35:51.208-05:00Thank you for posting this! I have been using Mat...Thank you for posting this! I have been using Math Centers for about five years now and teach the same centers as you. It is extremely effective and engaging for students! This year I have begun teaching the mini-lesson within a center...I know it's a different option, but for me I only have about 40 minutes of Math a day (which isn't a lot of time). Thank you again for sharing!<br /><br />Meredith<br /><a href="http://1-2eyesonyou.blogspot.com" rel="nofollow">1, 2, Eyes on You!</a> Meredith Walskyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01798388941906805213noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8712798902345422065.post-39250803195777944402016-02-16T18:46:08.338-05:002016-02-16T18:46:08.338-05:00Thanks for sharing how you organize your math work...Thanks for sharing how you organize your math workshop. We start our math class with your journals too and they are perfect - engaging for the students and a great spiral review!!Elementary AMChttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10972140936502799290noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8712798902345422065.post-65842885626987661372016-02-15T14:13:44.168-05:002016-02-15T14:13:44.168-05:00Hi Deidre! So I've been teaching for 3 years a...Hi Deidre! So I've been teaching for 3 years and something similar. I'm wondering, how many minutes do you see each group and how long is your math block in all? <br /><br />Also, you mentioned that you may only do 3 rounds. Do you simply not have time those days to do 4 rounds?<br /><br />Right now I do math talk, mini lesson, then have 3 groups but it's-- teacher time, math w someone and math by myself (which gives them a choice between technology or writing). Miss Samhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10145954887485129683noreply@blogger.com