Dinah Zike's Big Book of Elementary Math K-6
Dinah Zike's Big Book of Math Elementary K-6 features instructions for 34 3-D, interactive graphic organizers, with approximately 200 full-color photographed examples, thousands of topic-specific ideas for teaching math using Foldables with black-line art examples on every page, and 80 pages of reproducible graphics. 178 pages.
One of our most popular books, this title is divided into three sections: the first section includes folding instructions and basic instructions on how to use Foldables; the second section features general math topics and suggestions for using Foldables to help students gain and master skills. General topics include: counting numbers, prime and composite numbers, sets, even and odd numbers, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percents, geometry, spatial relationships, graphs and charts, measurement, money, statistics and probability (see Table of Contents for complete list). The final section of the book includes black-line masters of math graphics and flashcards.
These activities work with any math curriculum and help students quickly organize and display data, making it easier to grasp concepts, facts, and ideas and provide a sense of student ownership in the curriculum.