** Our daily math schedule is as follows:**

**1. **__Number Routine__ We always begin class with a number routine. It is a short activity that helps develop the students' number sense by connecting critical math concepts on a daily basis. A** **__Number Talk__ is an example of a number routine. Students are shown an equation and attempt to solve it mentally. They share their answers and explain their thinking.

**2. **__Calendar Math__ Discussion of the calendar, telling time, showing quantities of money with coins, math facts practice, number work-showing numbers with base ten blocks, in expanded form, greater than/less than, odd/even, skip counting and more.

**3. **__ Lesson__ The county math standard is introduced. See curriculum link tab for more information.

**4. **__Daily Three Rotations__

***Meet with the Teacher **The students work in small groups with the teacher to receive additional hands on support or enrichment.

***Math by Myself****/Math Technology** Students work independently on a self selected activity that supports the county math standards.

***Math with Someone** The children work with a partner at a math center or on the computer to help reinforce their number sense, math facts, math concepts, problem solving skills and more.

***Writing with Math** The children do activities that require them to explain their thinking in their math journals.

5. __Closure __ A cognitive activity that helps students focus on what was learned that day and whether it made sense and had meaning.

__Number Routine__

__Number Talk__

__Calendar Math__

__Lesson__

__Daily Three Rotations__

__Closure__