Math Analogies for the 3rd-5th Student

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by Kristi Youmans

Using Critical Thinking Skills in the Math Classroom

There’s NOTHING more unique than these math books! The analogies can be used to teach thinking skills to all students, as anchor activities, or as enrichment; pages can be laminated and placed in learning centers, assigned as homework, or used as “Warm Ups” before math class begins.

Students learn to think critically by completing visual and verbal math analogies, and they must find very close relationships for each analogy.

Each one challenges their mathematical thinking just like verbal/language analogies challenge reading students.

Students choose the very best answer possible, and they must also clearly state the relationship for the analogy. They may not use the exact language that the teacher uses, but they must know the relationship and be able to say it in their own words.

The math analogies correlate to national standards identified by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in K-5th grade: Number and Operations, Geometry, Measurement, and Algebra.

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1 review for Math Analogies for the 3rd-5th Student

  1. 5 out of 5

    Donna Koepke

    Analogies in the classroom are excellent quick problem solving activities for students, including gifted and high achievers. These analogies can go with each unit in math. There are pages of numeration, measurement, fractions, and so much more. This book can be used weekly to promote creative problem solving.

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