Make certain students remember how to make corrections when practicing Rocket Math. Display this 18 x 24 inch poster on the wall in your room and use it to teach students how to make those all-important corrections for errors and hesitations.
Three step procedure:
(1) STOP! The student who is checking states the problem and the correct answer.
(2) REPEAT. The student who is practicing repeats the problem and the answer three times.
(3) BACK UP. The student who is practicing backs up three problems and continues practicing.
A set of 4 sheets of micro-perforated tabs to help you organize your Rocket Math crate. Includes all the tabs you need: A-Z, and 1-5 for two-minute timings, as well as tabs for student forms, directions, and answer keys. These just tear out and fold back–ready to be put into those little plastic whatcha-ma-callums. Each set is enough to set up 4 complete crates.
Be ready to start right away! Here is all you need to organize Rocket Math for your classroom: the file crate, 34 hanging folders AND pre-printed labels. You don’t need to make an extra trip or to spend your own money getting organized–we ship it to you.
This handbook explains all that is needed to know for an administrator or coach to effectively implement Rocket Math throughout the school. The tips and ideas contained will make Rocket Math much more effective in teaching students the math facts. If you invest in the program, why not make sure it is running effectively?
Topics: Why monitor Rocket Math® implementations? Seven steps to an exemplary implementation. Things you can check on any time you’re in the room. Things to look for during practice. Pitfalls that can sabotage an implementation. Why and how to use Wall Charts or the Games? Why and how to have School-wide Rocket Math® celebrations?