• Box of Facts - Marion

    The Box of Facts will provide visual experiences for Marion students to interact with math operations in an engaging and challenging format. Through the use of The Box of Facts, all students will have access to learning and mastering basic math facts. 

    Marion - Rhonda Bernard

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  • Box of Facts! - Reed

    The Box of Facts will provide visual experiences for second grade students to interact with math operations in an engaging and challenging format. Through the use of The Box of Facts all students will have access to learning and mastering basic math facts.

    Reed - Rhonda Bernard

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  • Building Math Muscle Through Reading for Relevancy and Gaming

    Scholastic Math relates math to the students in an engaging way and also includes practice problems. Reading and solving relevant and real-world math problems together will build the students' stamina and confidence in a subject that many find intimidating and daunting, and will build camaraderie, confidence and social skills.

    Ereckson - Therese Tracey

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  • Daily Math Fluency

    The Daily Math Fluency Kits will provide lessons for Marion teachers to lead students in learning flexible math strategies in an engaging and challenging format. Through the use of the Daily Math Fluency Kits, all students will have access to learning and mastering math skills. 

    Marion - Ashly Villalobos

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  • Empower students through hands on centers

    The youngest Story Falcons are in need of hands on Math Fluency Center kits. Using the purchased Math Fluency Center kits allows students the independence of learning through hands on exploring and investigation. These kits will help encourage students to work collaboratively, encourage purposeful talk, and incorporate flexible thinking and explaining. 

    Story - Meghan Gable

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  • Engaging Math Games

    Learning should be fun and engaging for all students. Through the use of math games and hands-on activities, students will be working with others to learn essential math skills while having fun! 

    Evans - Katie Tsutsumi

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  • FUNdamental Small Math Groups!

    Small math group instruction is FUNdamental to our success! This grant allows for the purchase of engaging, self checking math activities that students will use during small group instruction. These activities will target math skills such as visual representation of fractions, equivalent fractions, multiple operation fluency, measurement, and time. 

    Preston - Lisa Jones

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  • Hands on Equations

    Hands-On Equation kits will provide concrete experiences for sixth grade students to balance and solve algebraic equations in an engaging and challenging format. Through the use of the kits all students will have access to learning and mastering basic algebraic equations. 

    Reed - Shannon Hullum

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  • Hands-On Equations

    This grant will incorporate the use of manipulatives to help students finally master the concept of re-arranging and solving equations/inequalities. The Hands-On Equations made by Borenson will help low performing 8th grade students finally make the connection on how to solve equations/inequalities and prepare them for high school math.

    Ereckson - Amanda Passmore

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  • Interactive Math Intervention

    Interactive Math Intervention provides teachers in grades K-5 interactive, engaging activities to use during tutoring and small group instruction. All students will benefit from these activities, but they will be most powerful for students who struggle in math because the activities will grab students' interest and have them practicing difficult concepts in interactive ways. 

    Story - Kristi Kellum

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  • Just Give Me the Facts: The Key to Mathematical Thinking

    The Key to Mathematical Thinking will provide materials to support students' number sense and their ability to develop mathematics thinking strategies for basic facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. 

    Anderson - Michelle Stewart

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  • Literature in Math

    Bringing math concepts alive with literature! Engaging students with their love of read alouds helps students develop an understanding of math concepts and increases their level of enthusiasm.

    Olson - Chris Dahl

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  • Math on the Move

    Math on the Move will provide Bolin's sixth grade students a leadership opportunity to plan and implement fun, engaging math lessons to share with younger students. 

    Bolin - Elizabeth Yearwood

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  • Numicon Numbers

    Numicon is a specific approach to children's mathematical learning that emphasizes three key concepts in doing mathematics: exploring relationships, communicating mathematically and generalizing from patterns and relationships discovered. It is a fun and tactile method to convey mathematics and form deep understanding for number sense. 

    Reed - Donna Esfandiari

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  • The Rods Have It!

    Cuisenaire Rods will provide concrete experiences for third grade students to interact with math concepts in an engaging and challenging format. Through the use of Cuisenaire Rods, all students will have access to learning and mastering third grade math skills and concepts. 

    Marion - Kaley Janes

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  • The Rods Have It!

    Cuisenaire Rods will provide concrete experiences for third grade students to interact with math concepts in an engaging and challenging format. Through the use of Cuisenaire Rods all students will have access to learning and mastering third grade math skills and concepts. 

    Reed - Yareliss Ferrill

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  • Versatility Through VersaTiles

    VersaTiles will provide teachers the flexibility to support student learning in teacher led small group or independent settings using a fun, challenging puzzle format. Using VersaTiles provides students a hands on way to practice a specific skill and an efficient way for teachers to monitor students' progress. 

    Anderson - Beth Miller

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