Measurement Conversion Bingo

In my role as a math Response to Intervention teacher, I used small group lessons with 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders to cultivate their excitement about math, to deepen their understanding of math fundamentals, and of course to reinforce and remediate their classroom lessons. Rather than emphasizing test-taking strategies and centering our sessions around worksheets, I structured instruction around hands-on math experiences and kinesthetic activities, drawing from lessons created or suggested by educators such as Marilyn Burns, John Van deWalle, and Kathy Richardson. With this experiential approach, I found that my students began to rush into the classroom to discover what math sort or warm-up awaited them and that they were soon requesting specific activities. In short, these reluctant mathematicians were targeting the topics in which they lacked skill and confidence and were participating in my lesson plans. They became partners in their learning rather than passive recipients of instruction.

Warm ups: Tile Puzzles
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Tile Warm Up

  • Beat the Clock, Chaos, Riddles
  • Bingo
    • Measurement Conversion
    • Time
    • Rounding (Nearest Ten)
    • Identifying Fractions
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      Measuring and Sorting Angles
    • Simplifying Fractions
    • Probability (4th Grade)
  • Matching
    • "Make Ten" Friendly Numbers
    • Doubles
    • Doubles plus One

Sorts and Matching Activities
  • Time
  • Measurement
  • Angles
  • Rounding
  • Probability
  • Factors & Multiples
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    Measurement Sort
  • Distributive Property
  • Power Facts



D.J. Montague Elementary School
5380 Centerville Rd
Williamsburg, VA 23188
(757) 258-3022

Title I school

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