Math Games Using, Cards, Dice + Dominoes

flickr creative commonsAre you a teacher who is looking for ways to challenge, motivate and engage every learner in your math program? In these interactive and fun math games workshops, participants will learn how to use games as a teaching strategy and why this strategy works. Come prepared to play and learn all kinds of game strategies and teaching tips that appeal to all learning styles and will complement any math program. Student samples, reproducible game boards, journal masters and, home connection ideas will be provided. Get your math program rolling with this great workshop opportunity!

Participant Learning Outcomes:
• Games & strategies for teaching numeration, place value, operations, patterning, data management, problem solving and more.
• Ideas for adapting games across the grade levels to reach all learners in your classroom.
• Classroom & resource management ideas to make implementing games-based learning easy.
• Ideas for math backpacks, cross-graded groups, centers, resource room, English Language Learners.
• How to extend math games into journals & assessment.

There are three dates for different grade levels for this professional development (see below). The games use cards, a variety of dice, as well as dominoes as manipulatives and integrate strategies for teaching and reinforcing problem solving skills. The registration deadline for all three dates is May 1, 2013. Each workshop runs 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Cooperating School Districts and costs $85 for CSD members and $100 for non-members.

DATE: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 | The handout and game ideas will focus on the following areas of the Common Core State Standards for primary students: numeration and number sense, basic operations, fact families and fluency, place value, patterning, data management and more.

DATE: Thursday, May 16, 2013 | The handout and game ideas will focus on the following areas of the Common Core State Standards for elementary students: numeration and number sense, basic operations, fact families and fluency, place value, patterning, data management and more.

DATE: Friday, May 17, 2013 | The handout and game ideas will focus on the following areas of the Common Core State Standards for middle school and junior high students: all operations and order of operations, problem solving, pre-algebra and algebra, rounding, graphing, patterning, statistics, data management and more.

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