Math Resources for Use with Google Classroom™Hey, y'all. Teaching online, either through distance learning, blended learning, or digital classroom learning, has its own set of challenges. How do we both deliver content and keep students engaged?
I've been using digital math units with our Google Classroom to make sure my littles are getting the content and I can check their progress. In the classroom, these units can be used as independent practice after whole class lessons have been delivered, but there is also plenty of content included.
This first unit is on 2D and 3D shapes. Students identify the shapes, count faces, edges, and vertices, and find examples of these shapes in the real world.
This second unit covers measurement with standard units. It includes examples of how to measure correctly, activities for practicing measuring, and a Google Form for assessing student's understanding quickly and easily.
The fractions unit has slides covering how to read and write fractions, equal and unequal fractions, sorting fractions, and a self-checking Google Form quiz. And the arrays unit is setup very similarly. Students learn how to write repeated addition sentences with some guided practice in Google Slides, then jump over to the Google Form for some independent practice.
These units have been used with my own classes and my students love them. They are easy for students to follow and for you to assign and check their work.
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