Using Math Clip Art to Meet State Standards
Submitted by Ann M. from California
I have created lots of math problems for the second grade California state math standards curriculum using your math graphics. My class aced the final with 80% proficient levels by using this curriculum. This is double what they normally score! These save the teacher time if they are placed on the board with a magnet. I slip each inside a plastic sleeve, use an overhead marker to write on them, and then erase for repeated use. I have made about 600 different pages of math this way and many utilize abcteach math clip art. I use these for whole group instruction for test preparation and spiral teaching (reviewing throughout the year).
These are the 7 types of math I have taught using abcteach materials:
1. Measurement and Geometry
2. Algebra & Functions
3. Statistics, Data Analysis & Probability
4. Fractions and Decimals
5. Number Sense
6. Word Problems
7. Mathematical Reasoning
Download an example of one of the math exercises Ann created.
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