Item description for Day-By-Day Math Mats: 180 Fun-Filled Reproducible Activity Pages That Help Kids Build all the Essential Math Skills They Need To Meet the NCTM Standards by Mary Rosenberg...
This teacher-written resource offers engaging activity mats that invite students to explore addition and subtraction, patterns, time, money, measurement, place value, graphs, and more every day of the school year!
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Studio: Teaching Resources
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.6" Width: 8.4" Height: 0.5" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2002
Publisher Scholastic Professional Books
ISBN 0439215692 ISBN13 9780439215695 UPC 078073215690
Availability 0 units.
More About Mary Rosenberg
Mary Rosenberg developed the activities in this book to make learning sight words more interesting and more fun for students. For over ten years she has been teaching in the Fresno Unified School District, serving as a mentor teacher. Currently, she is teaching first grade at Kratt Elementary School in Fresno, California. Always looking for new ways to engage students in the learning process, Learning Sight Words Easy! is what Mary Rosenberg considers a "new twist" on teaching an essential skill for literacy.
Mary Rosenberg has published or released items in the following series...
Practice Makes Perfect (Teacher Created Materials)
Reviews - What do customers think about Day-By-Day Math Mats: 180 Fun-Filled Reproducible Activity Pages That Help Kids Build all the Essential Math Skills They Need To Meet the NCTM Standards?
Wonderful hands on activity book Sep 18, 2003
The book is layered easy to hard. All of the daily activities have a worksheet mat and include some sort of hands on manipulation. I teach special education and need high interest subjects for low readers as well as space to write with out the dotted lines for younger learners. Very versitle book! I wish the publishers would have included a data collection page to account for skills taught and mastered.