Judy Paterson

Judy Paterson

Judy Paterson
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Cross contour still life

A cross-contour drawing uses lines that seem to move along the surface of the objects in the composition. These lines emphasize the volume of the objects by wrapping around them.

Set up a grocery store in your classroom for practice with addition and subtraction

The student will describe the work that people do This is an idea to teach children about how retail works. Setting up a grocery store in the classroom to help the students learn what the cashiers do for their job.

What Good Mathematicians Do: poster and bookmark set. These posters are a great addition to any classroom! There are various sizes included to meet the diverse needs of learners and teachers. The full size posters are great for displaying on the board or in a bulletin board. They come with “I can…” and “I know…” statements. The half size posters are great for displaying in a area of limited space. The bookmarks can be printed and glued into math journals or planners.

These posters are a great addition to any classroom! There are various sizes included to meet the diverse needs of learners and teachers. The full size posters

My growth mindset display board. New to my class but they are getting the hang of it. Needs a few bits and bobs on it but it will do for now.

Bulletin board idea: My growth mindset display board. New to my class but they are getting the hang of it. Needs a few bits and bobs on it but it will do for now.

How do you display multiplication tables? Here is an idea from http://teachr.co/1HlGYs8

Display in place of multiplication tables. Have kids copy on their own for reinforcement.

Could have students do this with other fractions and they go from table to table adding an equivalent fraction, or a group comes up with 10 different ones.

Equivalent fraction anchor chart using the cut-out of the number- love it! Could even have the students make their own and glue into their math notebooks for future reference.

Fraction project! Learning and having fun doing it!

This could be a fun board to display student work during a fraction unit. Students get to create an ice cream sundae and then must describe it using fractions.

Hands-on beaded display for no bonds to 10 (",)

Hands-on beaded display for Number bonds to 10 - could be easily extended to 20 for year 1

Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.

Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.: Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.