The focus of the Multiplication - Distributive Property intervention is using the distributive property when multiplying by 6, 7, and 8. It involves making arrays with counters and then breaking them apart to make facts that are known by heart which can be added together to solve the multiplication problem.
The focus of the Multiplication with Arrays intervention is using arrays to represent the equal groups in a multiplication problem. It has 3 phases: unknown product, unknown number of rows, unknown quantity in each row.
The focus of the Multiplication with Repeated Equal Groups intervention is using skip counting of repeated equal groups to solve multiplication problems. It has two phases: using dot cards and using a number line.
The focus of the Numbers 11 to 19 with Ten Frames intervention is using ten-frames to count and name numbers 11 to 19. It includes counting on from 10 and using number cards to show the two-digit total.
The focus of the Recognize Small Quanitities without Counting (Subitizing) intervention is strategies for recognizing quantities one to three objects without counting.
The focus of the Subtraction within Ten intervention is to solve subtraction problems by thinking of it as an unknown addend problem. It uses a Part-Part-Whole organizer with counters to help students see the relationship.
The focus of the Ten Tens is a Hundred intervention is to help students be efficient when counting large numbers of objects. It has students bundle straws or stirrers to make groups of ten and then groups of a hundred.
The focus of Three-Digit Number Recognition intervention is naming three-digit numbers that are modeled with base ten blocks. It also includes naming three-digit numbers from base ten blocks which are presented in random order. For example: 5 tens, 2 ones, and 4 hundreds.
The focus of the Two-Digit Number Recognition intervention is to build and identify two-digit numbers. It has two phases. Phase 1: Use base ten blocks and a place value chart to identify two-digit numbers up to 99. Phase 2: Find two-digit numbers in a hundreds chart.
The focus of the Understanding Ten Ones and Some More Ones intervention has two phases. Phase 1: Group ten ones using physical manipulatives to represent a two-digit number and write it. Phase 2: Group ten ones together after drawing pictures to represent a two-digit number and write it.
The focus of the Word problems: Equal Groups Type intervention is recognizing the type of word problems that have an equal groups situation. Emphasis is on understanding the word problem situation before working to solve.
The focus of the Word Problems with Add-To Situations - Result Unknown intervention is using counters and ten-frames to solve for an unknown result with sums to ten. It focuses on understanding the situation in a word problem before thinking about the quantities and the question to be answered.