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Grade 4 - 6 Addressing Math Gaps

Grade 4 - 6 Addressing Math Gaps

Overview

Help my class has GAPS! Considering supplementary learning your new students may be in differing places. If your grade 4-6 students are behind, please use these planners to combine outcomes. This will benefit both teacher and student. Planning your math this way will alleviate math anxiety and make things more manageable.

There is a separate plan to address learning gaps in Grade 4, Grade 5 and Grade 6.

Grade 4 - 6 Addressing Math Gaps

Please note: one must look to see which indicators might be missed.

Remember you can assign students to multiple grades in Mathletics if they have gaps.  They can be in Grade 4 and 5 for example.  See this resource for more information on how to do this.  https://resourcebank.ca/authoring/3337-using-mathletics-for-teachers

You can also use the provincial assessments in Mathletics to identify any gaps.  See the above resource and this one for more information - https://resourcebank.ca/authoring/3246-mathletics-demo-for-teachers-including-assessment-

Help my class has GAPS! Considering supplementary learning your new students may be in differing places. If your grade 4-6 students are behind, please use these planners to combine outcomes. This will benefit both teacher and student. Planning your math this way will alleviate math anxiety and make things more manageable.

There is a separate plan to address learning gaps in Grade 4, Grade 5 and Grade 6.