These resources were provided by the University of Kentucky Partnership for Mathematics and Science Education Reform (PIMSER).
Posted January 2008
For more information: https://pimser.eku.edu/
One-to-One Math was developed to help teachers, parents and para-professionals, community members, etc. work with students on math facts and critical concepts.
It is based on the beliefs that:
- All students can and should learn math.
- If children like math and feel successful at math, they will learn math.
- For children to like math, it must be fun! Students like to play games, so One-to-One Math is a game-based program.
- For children to feel successful at math they must be successful. One-to-One Math starts students with concepts they can quickly master and then builds on that success.
- Students need to go through three stages as they learn math:
- concrete or manipulative,
- mental or representational,
- abstract or symbolic
Below are the printable number and computation resources for elementary grades from One-to-One Math.