Item description for First-Grade Math Minutes: One Hundred Minutes to Better Basic Skills by Creative Teaching Press & Kim Cernek...
Overview Each book in this series features 100 "Minutes" to help students build basic skills, increase speed in math operations, and strengthen problem-solving skills. Each Minute consists of 10 problems of varying degrees of difficulty that incorporate a variety of skills. Each ten-problem reproducible can be used as a learning or testing tool.
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Studio: Creative Teaching Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.04" Width: 8.48" Height: 0.26" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2002
Publisher Creative Teaching Press
Grade Level Grade 1
Series Math Minutes
ISBN 1574718126 ISBN13 9781574718126 UPC 030554025839
Availability 13 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 12:39.
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Reviews - What do customers think about First-Grade Math Minutes: One Hundred Minutes to Better Basic Skills?
Great Minutes! Dec 7, 2007
This a great book! Lots of different math concepts on one page. Good for homework or for review.
Great Series For Older Kids Who Need To Develop Basic Skills Too Sep 29, 2007
This series is great to use with older students who lack basic skills as well as with younger kids. I use it with high needs secondary students though it often takes quite a bit longer than a minute to do each exercise! The series is sequential with lots of repetition and review and it includes life skills such as money and clock practice which are important in a curriculum for older students with developmental delays. I also like that in the beginning books they sometimes provide a number line and sometimes objects to count for help with addition and subtraction problems. All in all a superior series that seems to appeal to all types of kids.
Fun and easy way to review critical math skills Nov 28, 2006
I bought this for my son at the end of first grade and he worked on it all summer and into the fall of second grade. We would often do a page or two while he was eating breakfast in the morning. When he was done I would let him put a sticker or stamp on each page. He had so much fun that he didn't feel like he was doing any "work." I never had to force him or bribe him to work on his math skills. I would highly recommend this series.