• Hello to Elias, Daniel, Jamer and Valentino, Parents and families,

    Here are directions for Remote Learning:

     

    Please scroll down to today's date:

     

    3/16/20 - Please complete the equations on page 1 of my packet sent home in the Title 1, Math envelope from Mrs. Ruch

    3/17 - Please complete pg 2:  Count and draw lines to match the numbers.

     3/18/20 - 3/20/20 - Please complete one math page each day. Feel free to email me with any questions.

    3/23 -3/27 - Please complete the rest of the Math pages in packet. (I will be updating with more on line activities)

     3/30 - 4/3 Log into iReady. There are lessons just right for you!  Then play one of the games below:

     4/13 - 4/17 - For the week: Log into iReady. (For about 12-15 minutes) There are lessons just right for you!  Then play one of the games below:

     4/20 - 4/24 - For the week: Log into iReady. (For about 12-15 minutes) There are lessons just right for you!  Then play one of the games below: word problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7mi24ClSMw

     4/27 - 5/1 - For the week: Log into iReady. (For about 12-15 minutes) There are lessons just right for you!  Then play one of the games below:

    First Grade is learning about place value; making groups of ten, counting groups of ten and adding groups of ten.

     5/4 - Today is Special's Day!  Dr Gibson wants students to focus on the Special teacher's sites today.  No Math Plans today!  : )

    5/5 - 5/8 - First Grade is learning about place value; making groups of ten, counting groups of ten and adding groups of ten.

    Here are two resources: Video, Making groups of Ten: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYWygtj4PxQ

     Then you may play: I Got Your Number! The secret is to move down one square for each ten! (Ex: To add 60 move down 6 squares) https://www.education.com/game/2digit-addition-gamesho

    Monday*5/11 - Today is Special's Day!  Go to your special teachers Sites! ( Art, Music, Gym and Library)  No assignment today!

    5/12 - 5/15 - First Grade continues learning about place value; making groups of ten, counting groups of ten and adding groups of ten.  Video, Making groups of Ten: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYWygtj4PxQ

     5/18 - 5/21 - This week first graders will be working on word problems, drawing pictures for word problems to represent data; comparing and analyzing sets of numbers  by asking the question, how many more or fewer (less) and also by drawing comparison bars. 

    First, here is a resource for parents: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLlp0vMYxBA  And another good one:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuXtTDvYvOg

    Games for Kids:  https://www.education.com/game/color-bar-graph/,   https://www.education.com/game/comparing-numbers-quiz/ 

    And skill practice: Addition to 20:  https://www.education.com/game/water-rafting-compose-numbers-to-make-20-game-2/

     5/26 - 5/29 - This week first graders will continue working on word problems, drawing pictures for word problems to represent data; using star steps to compare and comparing and analyzing sets of numbers  by asking the question, how many more or fewer (less) and also by drawing comparison bars. 

     6/1 - Today is Special's day! Go onto your special teachers Sites. Enjoy!

     6/2 - 6/5 This week first graders will continue working on word problems, drawing pictures for word problems to represent data; using star steps to compare and comparing and analyzing sets of numbers  by asking the question, how many more or fewer (less) and also by drawing comparison bars.  First, here is a resource for parentshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLlp0vMYxBA  And another good one:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuXtTDvYvOg

     Also: 6/8 is Monday; Special Teachers Day! Check out your special teachers' pages.

     6/8 - 6/12  This week first grade teachers are reviewing concepts recently learned and Practice what was previously learned!

     

    Welcome, First Grade Mathematicians!

     

    *6/15 -  Today is Monday, Special Teachers day! Go to your special teachers' pages. Enjoy!

     

    *6/16 - This is the last week of school with a special event on Wednesday (Klockner Drive Through) and a half day tomorrow.

    There will be no further Title 1 assignments!  Happy Summer!  <3

     You may log in to my site to continue skill practice with these activities over the summer!

    Also iReady is available for students all summer!  Keep your skills sharp!

     

    6/8 - 6/12  This week first grade teachers are reviewing concepts recently learned and Practice what was previously learned!

    Have fun with these review games:

     

    I Got Your Number; Using the Hundred Board: https://www.education.com/game/2digit-addition-gameshow/

    Games for Kids:  https://www.education.com/game/color-bar-graph/,   https://www.education.com/game/comparing-numbers-quiz/ 

    And skill practice: Addition to 20:  https://www.education.com/game/water-rafting-compose-numbers-to-make-20-game-2/

    Also:

     

    Try out a few of the games and videos from past weeks! Below are some games/videos practicing place value https://www.splashlearn.com/math-games-for-1st-graders  Play: Count Groups of Ten  and Multiples of Ten

     Comparing Number Values: https://www.abcya.com/games/comparing_number_values New

     Number Rock: Place Valuehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4FXl4zb3E4&vl=en

     Kids Academy: Place Value Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dHu5TFxPtk New

    Try creating two digit numbers by dragging and dropping the correct number of tens and ones:  https://www.education.com/game/place-value-machine/

     Place Value:  https://www.splashlearn.com/class/mrs-ruch-s-mathematicians/grades/first-grade/curriculum (This site is in progress for me. Please click on the Place Value box and then Counting Groups of Ten for a practice game!   (You are welcome to try other topics as well. I just signed up for this program and I am still working with it!)          Also for more of a challenge:  Try creating two digit numbers by dragging and dropping the correct number of tens and ones:  https://www.education.com/game/place-value-machine/

    Or Greater Gators,  https://www.education.com/game/less-than-greater-than/  or

     Also: New Videos:  To practice number partners to ten: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch7KzI3n2Zk Or even better: Addition to 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyYkNdZsPGs

    https://www.education.com/game/number-pairs-bubble-buster/  Number partners to 10.

     Then you may playI Got Your Number! The secret is to move down one square for each ten! (Ex: To add 60 move down 6 squares) https://www.education.com/game/2digit-addition-gameshow/

    https://www.education.com/game/place-value-signs/   

     

    Please email me with any difficulties using these links. kruch@hamilton.k12.nj.us

     

    Other Games:

    Dice: If you have dice at home, roll two dice. Write a number sentence for the two dice and count on the second dice for the answer.

    Cards: If you have a deck of cards, play the game, Ten !

    Directions: Lay out a selection cards from deck. Remove all face cards. Find two cards with the sum of ten. Put aside. After finding ten pairs, mix up cards and lay face down in rows to play a memory game. Turn over two cards in place. If their total is 10, you have a match. Player keeps those cards. Try to remember which spots the numbers are in. Find as may partners of ten as you can!

    Or 

    Log into iReady through Clever on the Klockner School website. Your student knows how to log on. Ask them about their squigly square or how to use the password. : )   Student may play for about play for 10 minutes to meet Title 1 class time expectations. However manage the time in a way that works best for your child and family!  I hope for this experience to be a non stressful situation. Have your child complete what is comfortable for him or her. If the student has difficulty with a page, have him or her try their best but stop if need be and save the page until we are back in school and I will explain it.

    No stress! : )))))))

    Mrs. Ruch <3