Market Street Elementary hosts math night
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The math night gave parents the chance to see what happens in their students' classroom, and it also taught parents games and activities to do with their children that would be fun and educational. Pictured, kindergarten teacher Pam Choleva explained a game featuring dice for the parents to play with their children.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Market Street Elementary hosted their Math Night at the school. The night aimed to make a connection between the classroom and the students' homelives. Pictured, third-grade students played math games on the computer in Donna Fortunato's classroom.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Market Street Elementary's math night showed the parents of the students what the students do in the classroom on a daily basis as a part of their math curriculum, "Everyday Mathematics."
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Part of Market Street Elementary's math curriculum is playing math-based games. The teachers taught the parents some of these games at the math night so they could play educational games with their children at home. Pictured, Scarlett and Alina Hake played game centered on counting.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Each of the students at Market Street Elementary have online accounts for their Everyday Math curriculum. These accounts give them access to games that they can play in class or at home. Pictured, fourth-grade teacher Denise Robinson had the students show their parents examples of the games.
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