1. Using and tool design your own Skip Counting problem with 6 missing numbers. .OR put in 3 numbers and the other students will need to solve how you were skip counting and complete the problem. 2. Choose a number to place in the middle. Your teacher will tell you what numbers this needs to be in between. 3. Use the tool to write the instructions. (Eg. How am I counting? Fill in the missing numbers.) 4. Make sure you type your name so your friends know who made it, when they COPY AND EDIT your problem to solve. 5. so that your teacher can share it with the rest of the class. Be creative with your background.
I used this on a Year 2 class and we did it within the hundred numbers eg 467- 783. I narrowed the skip counting choices and told them they needed to choose 2, 3, 5 or 10. If you did it with Year 1 students you would need read the instructions as they are quite long. When I did this, I made a folder called Maths Problems for this to go in. I also created one called Ready to Comment for the children who copied, edited-solved to put it in. That way it was easy for the original children to comment/like. But of course they could just create and solve the problem without the comment option. My children just loved being the teacher here!