Shake Up Your Fact Fluency - Primary Games and Activities for Differentiated Math Centers

Come prepared to play my favorite games that include the use of regular spotted dice, used in both math trays and shakers.  You will learn how to differentiate and adapt all the games to meet the needs of all students.  Games can be sued whole class or in centers and will cover the following concepts:  early operational strategies including doubles, make 10, 20, and 100, count on and back, using number lines for estimating sums and differences, commutative and associative properties of addition, early multiplication, mental math strategies and more.  Handout will contain games, journal writing extensions, math talk ideas and concept skills checklists for assessment.  Get ready to rock and roll in this fast paced workshop. 

Target Audience


To Bring/Important Notes

Please download and print off the handout before attending the workshop or download to your laptop.  Bring lots of paper

If you want to order anything ahead of time, please call the office by April 27th 780-440-6284.  We can add it to our pack list to save you shipping.  All orders get 10% discount and 0 shipping.  We will bring it to the workshop.  Call Theresa.  


1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Room C209
Sullivan Heights Secondary School

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    Jane Felling

    Jane has presented workshops internationally for the past 30 years in the area of using math games as a teaching strategy.  She is author of the award winning Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks series of math and literacy books that support best practices K - 9.  She has been invited to speak at ASCD and NCTM national conferences as well as many provincial and state wide conferences.  She is passionate about engaging all students and continues to work extensively in classrooms and with families as part of her contracts.