Gumball Math: SMART Board Lesson Plan


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Gumball Math: SMART Board Lesson Plan

  1. 1. + Gumball Math SMART Notebook Lesson Lisle Berndsen EDP 279 Assignment 4.1
  2. 2. + Gumball Math  Addition  Subtraction  Recognition of colors  Sorting by color  Graphing  Link: details.html?id=dd26d41d-fa67484f-acd1-56b1e991a5f5
  3. 3. + Target Learners  Grade Levels   Kindergarten  First Grade   Pre-Kindergarten Second Grade Subject Matter:  Mathematics
  4. 4. + Use with SMART Board  Students will move the gumballs around on the SMART Board screen and sort them by color  Students will count the gumballs on the screen  Students will create a graph of the count and color of each gumball
  5. 5. + Use with SMART Board  Students will solve addition and subtraction problems using the gumballs as a visual  Students will see the actual numerical math problem beside the gumball machine on screen
  6. 6. + Use with SMART Board Adaptions to Lesson  Teachers can create their own addition or subtraction word problems on the lesson template  Teachers can bring in gumballs (or another item to count) for students observing the SMART Board to follow along  Teachers can create a supplementary worksheet for students to write down the actual math problems
  7. 7. + Universal Design  Students with diverse learning styles will learn addition, subtraction, color recognition, sorting, and graphing  Multiple senses are engaged during the learning process with this lesson plan  Visual: looking at the gumball machine on the SMART board and sorting by color to solve a math problem  Logical: seeing the actual math problem completed next to the gumball machine  Aural: listen to the teacher count the gumballs and sort them  Physical: the student using the SMART board will move the gumballs around on the screen; other students will follow along with actual gumballs (or another item to count)
  8. 8. + Universal Design  The information is comprehendible and can be perceived and understood by every student  Each student in the classroom will understand at least one of the ways that the material is represented (visual, logical, aural, physical)  Multiple means of representation of the math problem  Multiple means of action and expression to solve the math problems
  9. 9. + Sources SMART Notebook Lesson: Images:      ards+and+displays/SMART+Board+interactive+whiteboards/885ix+for+education   