The books in this important new series help teachers with planning math instruction for the whole year, from what's going to be taught each month, to what specifically to teach each day.
Three master classroom teachers give insights into how they've stepped back from their teaching to look at both the whole picture and the necessary parts of a year's math teaching.
Each month features a mathematical topic to be explored through a rich variety of tried-and-true classroom activities. Topics of study include addition and subtraction, geometry, sorting and counting, patterns and symmetry, measurement, basic facts, place value, data collection, multiplication and division, fractions and geometry, and more!
Providing thoughtful and practical suggestions both for presenting the content of the math curriculum and for managing classroom instruction, these books are valuable guides to any new or experienced first-, second-, or third-grade teacher.