Grouping Games for Teaching the Language of Mathematics
Students plan, rehearse, and perform mathematical scenarioslearn more
Using the procedures for forming and working in small groups lays the foundation for effective classroom management.
Practicing performance skills strengthens focus, creativity, and confidence.
Students create their own scenarios and use the Language of Math stems to describe their work.
Grouping Games help children strengthen their understanding of mathematical language through body, visual and spatial representations of math concepts. During Grouping Games, primary students learn on four different levels:
This arts integrated STEM program provides learners with multiple representations of math concepts, allowing for differentiation among children. All students master the correct usage and understanding of mathematical language.
Grade Level: K - 2
Number of Participants: 35
Workshop Time: 3 hours
LCD projector and Screen
Chairs arranged in a semicircle facing the screen
Plenty of room for movement