Path to Math

Show More

5 videos in this playlist

Comparing: Path to Math
Over time, children recognize that one group of things has the same number of things as another group. Children find a relationship between two things on the basis of some…
Sets, Classification, Ordering: Path to Math
Sets: Children put things together based on a characteristic. Sample activities:playing with blocks (size, shape), sand (heavy, light), water (full, empty), cooking, other comparing (hot, cold, etc.) Classification: Children join…
Shapes, Parts, Wholes: Path to Math
Shapes: Children learn to recognize and name shapes. Sample activities: playing with toys in various shapes, eating varied-shape crackers, using shapes in creative activities, blocks, movements. Parts and Wholes Children…
Space And Measurement: Path to Math
Space: Children learn relationships in space: direction, position, distance ... and the use of space - organization, pattern, and construction. Sample activities: using bodies to explore space - on, over,…
Numerals: Path to Math
In rote counting, children recite numerals names in order; in rational counting, they attach numeral name to a number of things. Later, they learn that each number symbol represents an…

Related videos

Moving into Math Stations K-2
Part of the Series: Teaching Mathematics Collection
Following on from the success of her book Math Work Stations, Debbie Diller now brings the world of math stations to life, demonstrating how you too can effectively incorporate math stations into your instruction to enhance your students' conceptual understanding and skills. Debbie works with both 1st and 2nd grade…
Math Tools in Action: Anchor Charts
Part of the Series: Teaching Mathematics Collection
Powerful tools for mathematics instruction can make a good lesson great. Math Tools in Action: Anchor Charts describe the essence of a lesson; they help focus teachers and remind students of the most important features of the concepts and skills they are currently learning. Anchor charts not only compel teachers…
Math Tools in Action: Manipulatives
Part of the Series: Teaching Mathematics Collection
Powerful tools for mathematics instruction can make a good lesson great. Math Tools in Action: Manipulatives make mathematics visible; they allow students to see math. Manipulatives also enrich mathematics discussions and make learning accessible and understandable for students at all levels. In this video, Chris and a year three class…
Math Tools in Action: Journals
Part of the Series: Teaching Mathematics Collection
Powerful tools for mathematics instruction can make a good lesson great. Simple and accessible, Math Tools in Action: Journals, bringing mathematical practices to life in the classroom on a daily basis. Math journals invite students to relate their own ideas, experiences and prior knowledge to the learning at hand while…
Adding Talk to the Equation - Discussion and Discovery in Mathematics
Adding Talk to the Equation helps teachers learn how to skillfully lead math conversations so all students stay in the game, stay motivated about learning, and ultimately deepen their understanding. This collection features five case studies filmed in grades 1-6 and shows teachers at various stages in their practice of…
Teaching & Learning: Teaching Numeracy
Maths is a numbers game - at least it can be! This program shows how to encourage students to learn and develop their numeracy skills through fun and challenging activities. Activities are designed with a clear purpose, helping students to explore and think for themselves, share strategies, and gain understanding.…
Teaching Mathematics Collection
Watch as excellent math teachers guide elementary students in deepening their number sense, problem solving skills, and mathematical reasoning. The videos feature a range of tools and strategies, from anchor charts and math journals to math stations and number sense routines. Featured authors include Debbie Diller, Chris Confer, and Marco…
How Did You Solve That?
Part of the Series: Teaching Mathematics Collection
This video offers a glimpse into two classrooms as teachers Kassia Omohundro Wedekind, author of Math Exchanges, and Rachel Knieling facilitate small-group math meetings with their kindergarten and 1st grade students. See what small-group math exchanges look like, sound like and feel like, and hear from Kassia and Rachel as…
NEW: Go Figure!–Jessica Shumway
Part of the Series: Teaching Mathematics Collection
In Go Figure! Jessica Shumway takes viewers into first-, second-, and fourth-grade classrooms where teachers have set up daily opportunities for developing, nourishing, and expanding students' number sense. See number sense routines in action as Jessica, author of Number Sense Routines, and three other teachers engage students in these quick…
NEW: Up & Running with the Daily 5—Gail Boushey & Joan Moser, “The 2 Sisters”
"It's the first part of the year, and they're up and running faster than I've ever seen." --Joan Moser Since its publication, teachers throughout the world have made The Daily 5 one of the most widely read books in education. Through this proven structure, teachers experience for themselves the power…
Early Mathematical Thinking
A collection of short films on child development.
Getting into Grammar
Do your students sigh at the mere mention of the word grammar? Do you struggle with how to make teaching grammar meaningful and lasting? In this video, you'll follow Lynne Dorfman and Diane Dougherty into second- and fifth-grade classrooms, where they weave the teaching of grammar into literacy instruction in…