Monday, March 23, 2009
Problem Solving in Kindergarten!
I have photographed some of the problems we have worked on in Kindergarten since January for you to see. The children read the problem, make sure they understand the ? and start to solve the problem. We use lots of math language, numbers, diagrams, t-charts and pictures to show our "mathematical thinking"! I also use a rubric to assess how your child does when they have finished their work. In Kindergarten we use this from time to time as a check-in to see how we are progressing. I have also put a picture of the rubric on this blog entry for you to see.
Your child will be bringing home their Problem Solving Folder on Friday for you to see. Please be sure to send it back to Kindergarten on Monday!Thanks again so much for your continued support and cooperation!
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