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Title 1 Math resources needed
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If you teach Title 1 math, I need your input. What resources do you use? How do you qualify a child to be in your Title 1 math program? Do you do pull outs or go into classrooms? I work with 1st and 2nd grade. Most of the students that I see have very weak number sense. Any suggestions?


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We haven't had Title I math in our district for a few years now, but when we did I had several things I used. I really like Frog Publications (they have a website - I believe it's FrogPublications.com). Lots of fun gameboards with questions for all areas/grades. Plus they have a daily review book called Drops in the Bucket. Their stuff is relatively inexpensive. I also taught Touch Math. Primary Concepts and Didax have great materials as well. I also tried to connect literature and math as often as I could. Amy Axelrod's books are great, although it might be hard for first grade. I had two resource books that had all kinds of games using cards and dice and activities for teaching money games to kids. One was called All Hands on Deck and the other was called Rolling in the Dough. They were published out of Canada I believe by a company called box car inc. They are about 6 or 7 years old; don't know if you can still get them. We also took training several years ago in Math Their Way.

We identified kids through our state testing, teacher ranking, and report card grades. We did pull out groups.

Hope this helps. If you need more info you can contact me directly.
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Here's a math games source
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They were published out of Canada I believe by a company called box car inc.
This reminded me of a site I found on Education World. Although, it seems you're looking for some program suggestions, here's a website that offers a variety of math games you might use:

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Thank you so much for the wonderful math site!!

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Title 1 2nd-5th
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I love to use ED Frog.com; rainforestmaths.com; funbrain.com and reader rabbit software. I declared Nov.-Dec. problem solving months, Jan. will be for measurement...

I love Title 1 math because you can work with the children in smaller group sizes and watch the changes as they grow in their skills.


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Math resource site
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This site has tons of free things to download, print and use. I've gotten many good games and teaching ideas here. Hope you can use it too. The link is for K-2 materials, but there are upper grade resources at the site too.

http://community.learnnc.org/dpi/mat...s_k2_resou.php
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Thank you everybody for wonderful advice. I will begin using your resources right away and see what I can find. Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.
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Hello...I am a Title 1 Math teacher and it seems odd to me that you would be doing Title 1 Math for 1st and 2nd graders. I do 3rd - 6th grade...sometimes 2nd grade if time permits. We base selection / qualification off of their State Achievement Test scores from the previous year. If they are a third grader we give the beginning of the year assessment to see where the students fall and take the bottom 5 from that class to provide supplemental instruction to.

I do small groups in all classrooms 3rd-6th grade and then also have 19 students that I pull out once a week for 20 min at a time!

Depending on what Curriculum you are using you most likely will need to come up with your own resources, I find myself constantly making my own worksheets!
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