Stamp Game Addition & Multiplication
Static and dynamic addition and multiplication using the stamp game
- 45 U.S. dollarsUS$45
- Google Classroom & Nearpod
*You will receive a Google Classroom link once you register. This normally only takes a few hours but could take up to 48 hours in rare circumstances. If you have any questions about your Google Classroom link or the course in general, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Children will form a concrete and abstract understanding of addition and multiplication. This will be taught through the use of Montessori materials and teaching methods, such as the stamp game. Each week there will be a Nearpod link posted in the Google Classroom that will be provided once you sign up. In each week's Nearpod link, there will be a video lesson as well as a quiz, to ensure that the students understand what has been taught. Weekly Breakdown: Week 1: Static Addition - Static addition is addition that does not require carrying over or exchanging. This first week will ensure that the children have a throughout understanding of how the stamp game works. Week 2: Dynamic Addition - Dynamic addition is addition that requires you to exchange or carry over. This week will build off of what was learned last week. Week 3: Static Multiplication - Multiplication is basically just addition with more numbers. Children will use the knowledge that they have learned over the prior 2 weeks and implement their knowledge in a new concept. Just like static addition, static multiplication is multiplication that does not require carrying over or exchanging. Week 4: Dynamic Multiplication - This week tends to be the most fun because we can work with numbers that have a large quantity of each place value. Just like dynamic addition, dynamic multiplication is multiplication that requires carrying over or exchanging. During weeks 2 and 4, the children will post a question for their peers for them to try and answer. It will be the children's responsibility to mark their peer's answers and see if they got them right. Peer-to-peer learning is a large part of the Montessori curriculum. This exercise allows for the children to be able to have a similar learning experience, even though we are learning virtually. The teacher will be available through email to answer any questions or to explain concepts further, if necessary.
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