Having a daily routine in math is so important! A daily "Math Meeting" is the best way to review and practice those small, yet vital, skills like telling time, place value, comparing numbers, calendar, and data collection.
3 years ago I added a morning Math meeting to my teaching and have never looked back. It took about 10 minutes and I feel helped my students greatly with their math skills. It is a time to spiral, pre-teach and practice. I made this set of headers to set up the math meeting each day on a board.
I have created worksheets for all the Saxon math meeting work, specifically for 2nd grade. These forms can be used to help increase students’ math engagement, involvement, ownership, and accountability. They also provide great repetition and practice for students.
Math Meeting by Saxon 3rd Grade math for each lesson. This bundle begins at Lesson 1 and goes through Lesson 15-2.I have put the Math Meeting items on a two page notebook file so that it can be projected to the white board at ONE time. Students can work at their own pace, answering each part of the math meeting.