Race to... Lesson

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Race to... Lesson

  1. 1. Teacher: Melissa Winfield-Corbett Content Area Subject: Math Curriculum Area: Place Value, Regrouping, Addition, Multiplication Grade Levels: 2-6 CCSS Learning Standards: · Fluently divide multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm. · Fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation. · • Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic. Lesson Objectives: · TSW use dice to learn about number patterns and place value systems. · TSW add numbers and use place value to regroup. Materials: Colored dice, dice key, game recording sheet for each player, pencils, scrap paper Procedures: 1. The teacher will divide students into groups of 3-4. Each group will be given a given number of different colored dice and a game recording sheet. Each colored die will represent a place value (ex: red die would represent the ones place, green die would represent the tens place, white die would represent the hundreds place,
  2. 2. etc…). The teacher will then tell the group what number they will be racing to (ex: 1,000, 5,000, etc…). 2. The students will decide on the turn order. Next, the first player will roll the dice and record the number rolled on their game recording sheet. Allow each player to roll once and record their numbers on their recording sheets. On the second roll, each player will record the second number rolled and add the first roll to the second roll. They will write the answer (sum of the 1st and 2nd roll) in the totals column. The players will continue to roll the dice and add each new number rolled to the totals column. The player to reach or pass the specified number first wins the game! Evaluation: The game recording sheet can be used as a way of evaluating students. The teacher can use this and the student’s scrap paper to view student progress.

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