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Family Math Night K-3 School Wide Event

A collection of hands-on activities for hosting a Family Math Night For Big Kids!

This year was the first year that I participated in our annual Family Literacy & Math Night, and I do have to say it was a great success! I have some great teammates, and when we all work toge…

Family Math Night For Big Kids

This year was the first year that I participated in our annual Family Literacy & Math Night, and I do have to say it was a great success! I have some great teammates, and when we all work toge…

Interactive Coordinate Grid-- Candy Style {Mid-Week Math...

Interactive Coordinate Grid-- Candy Style {Mid-Week Math Motivation} (Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans)

Lots of ideas for hosting a family math night at your school!  If you don't currently host one of these, they are a great way to get families excited about math and to get your message out to parents!

SUMMARY: Resource with lots of awesome ideas for hosting a family math night at your school! CONNECTIONS: family involvement math skills socialization for families in the community TARGET AGE: resource for teacher, but math night for all ages

Lots of ideas for hosting a family math night at your school!  If you don't currently host one of these, they are a great way to get families excited about math and to get your message out to parents!

Lots of ideas for hosting a family math night at your school! If you don't currently host one of these, they are a great way to get families excited about math and to get your message out to parents!

Here's the setup for a Family Math Night event where we had 240 students. I used two sets of cafeteria tables to create L-shaped stations that could serve 30 students.

Here's the setup for a Family Math Night event where we had 240 students. I used two sets of cafeteria tables to create L-shaped stations that could serve 30 students.

This Family Math Night 'What Do You Notice?' activity focused on triangular numbers and, for the little guys, shapes.

recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as sequences of sounds and shapes or simple numeric patterns and translate from one representation to another; analyze how both repeating and growing patterns are generated.

Fractions on the Geoboard What Do You Notice? poster.  A fun Family Math Night activity that all grades can participate it.

Fractions on the Geoboard What Do You Notice? poster. A fun Family Math Night activity that all grades can participate it.

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