Welcome to this month’s Reveal and Review!
I am excited to share my new product, Wolf Hollow – I Have…Who Has? activity. I am also reviewing a product, A Simply Math Dictionary, by Scipi – Science and Math.
About a month ago I finished reading Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk to my students as a read aloud. After we finish books, I like to do a culminating activity. I decided to write an I Have…Who Has? activity. My students love to play them!
If you have never played an I Have… Who Has? activity, it is really easy. Pass the cards out, one to each student. Each question on the card is answered by another card, so that the cards go in a loop. I choose one student to start and he/she reads the whole card. Then the student with the card that answers the question will read his/her card, and so on. Eventually, you will return to the original student’s card. Each time you play, students get faster. So I will do it several days in a row and time my students. Students like to break the record from the day before.
The great thing about this activity is that it includes everyone in the class. I make my activity with 35 cards so each student has a card. If you have less than 35 students, you can give the extra cards to students who want to read two. I also included a key, so the teacher can follow along in the order the cards are suppose to be read, so none are skipped with a wrong answer.
I like to print this product on card stock or photo paper. Then I laminate them, so I can use them year after year.
If you are interested in checking out my product, you can just click on the link below.
The Simple Math Dictionary – Contains 300 Common Math Words by Scipi – Science and Math is a great product!
Not only does it have the word and definition, most entries have a picture and/or example for clarity. The dictionary is easy to read and comprehensive. I was impressed at it had all the math terms I would expect in a dictionary, plus a few I surprise terms, like digital root.
The Simple Math Dictionary includes more than three hundred words. The definitions use friendly language to help students understand the meaning of the math term. It would work great as a reference book in your classroom, an individual reference in student’s math folders, or a source for a teacher to generate words for a math terms word wall. This product is designed for grades 5th – 10th.
If you teach math – this is a resource that should be added to your classroom. So, check out – A Simple Math Dictionary by Scipi – Science and Math at the following link:
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Thanks again for stopping by and reading my post. Next week, I will be posting about social studies presentations in the classroom!