With some of these skills, I think the best thing to do is complete a basic skills review. That's where my Daily Math comes in and I've tried to do it again with my new math series:
These units include teacher task cards (in color and black & white), student versions (for use in interactive math journals), a student recording sheet and of course, the all important answer key. The task cards and student versions include the Common Core State Standard covered and are a quick (daily) way to review basic skills.
I've offered a few ways to use these in the class.
1) Assess oral listening skills by reading the cards to the students, and having them answer in math journals or on recording sheet.
2) Use the PDF version to project onto an interactive white board for students to read and complete.
3) Provide students with the student prompt version and have them glue into and complete in their interactive math journal.
Click on the pictures to check the units out. So far I've completed the Back to School and Fall packets for third grade.
Now onto the (almost) freebie:
I'm working on a new Halloween-themed math freebie, so check back soon for that!