Friday, October 17, 2014

Bridge Maps in Math!

Bridge maps are by farther hardest Thinking Maps for my students to do. Before finishing up our unit on place value, I had my students do a Bridge Map. I modeled how to draw the Bridge Map and we did the first one together. On the top, we picked a three digit number. On the bottom, the students had to write it in hundreds, tens, and ones, expanded form, and draw it in base-ten blocks. The other three numbers they picked themselves. This was a great way to see if my students understood
the different ways to write a number.

Here are some pictures of their great Bridge Maps!

- Kate

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