Sunday, May 29, 2011

More Math Wall

UPDATE!



This is literally one of my favorite places in my classroom. I love my Math Wall. I love it so much that I just keep adding to it. Since the new addition of Number Corner, I have had a hard time fitting it all on the math wall. I am trying to figure out how to get the other parts of Number Corner on the wall and what I have to give up in order to make it all fit. Once I figure that all out, I can concentrate on the real fun stuff...the decorations! Wonder what it will be this year? What color of paper? What theme?


I wish I had taken the picture before some of the Math Wall components had been taken down but I was a little too late. Just trust me, this was so adorable and jam packed with math stuff! It gives you a better idea of how big a space is used and how you can integrate a theme. This was a Math Wall before the implementation of Number Corner but like I said, stuff was removed before I was able to ask this fabulous teacher for a picture!

DON'T FORGET to join the Math Wall/Calendar Linky Party listed above!

12 comments:

Cindy said...

Are you doing Number Corner from The Math Learning Center/Bridges?? LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!!!! ;) Are you doing Bridges as well?

Mrs. Coe said...

YES! I really loved it so much last year BUT I did not have enough room soooo I am going to figure it all out this summer and put every single piece in to place! Do you use it too?

Cindy said...

YES! I know the least about kindergarten, although it was the adoption in my son's classroom. I've taught 5th, 4th, 3rd, about half of 2nd, a couple units in 1st. I love, love, love it. It's totally changed my own knowledge of math. I'd love to read more posts about Bridges in your classroom. Maybe next school year? ;)
Do you read the suggestions from Dennis on the MLC blog? He's got lots of tips for K teachers. He taught K Bridges for a long time and has wonderful tips/tricks. Here's May/June:

http://mathlearningcenter.org/resources/blog/201104/number-corner-grade-k-advice-may-june

jenny @ let the children play said...

Now that is one impressive Maths wall. It is great that you are so passionate about maths with kids.

Mrs. Coe said...

I really love it and have so much fun with it!

Jessica said...

you should have a linky party on everyone's calendar area! =)

Deedee Wills said...

Ohhh!!! Awww!!!! I love it! Now I am going to go check out this Bridges thing...
Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

Kristin Young said...

Cute! What are your 1-42 crayons for??

Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten

Mrs. Coe said...

The crayons are posted to count each day of school!

Dual Kinder Teacher said...

Hola! Thanks for visiting my blog, I already follow you and I agree, we do have a lot in common :)
Love your math wall! I'm going to have to take a pic of mine and join your Linky party.

Rochelle said...

Are you using Bridges and Investigations in Math together? I have been using Bridges, and we are changing to Investigations next year. I was hoping I could still incorporate Bridges with Investigations.

Unknown said...

Thank you for the link to Math Learning Center. I found some great ideas to add to my math work stations. I especially liked the activities for addition and subtraction. Where is a full explanation of calendar time? I saw the interesting patterns for the calendar, but wonder if it is similar to Math Their Way.
Tonia

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