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Kaneka Turner
Struggling to understand is amazing! I am a work in progress in every facet of my life... still loading.
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Marilyn Burns Mar 29
Have you ever played Race for 20? If not, you’re in for a shelter-in-place treat. In my new blog I give suggestions for stretching Race for 20 to keep kids engaged. Directions for playing in English and Spanish.
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Kaneka Turner Mar 28
1)dreaming up new dishes to cook 2)sitting on the back porch listening to outside 3)talking to mom by phone daily
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Jenna Laib Mar 27
A little four color theorem work with the four year old...
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Amanda in Atlanta Mar 25
Just in case you need it, here’s a dog doing yoga in Italian. You’re welcome.
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Pernille Ripp Mar 26
Was just told by my district that whatever we have planned for our first week of online teaching, we should halve it, and then halve it again for realistic expectation. I appreciate this directive a lot.
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Kaneka Turner Mar 26
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Hilary Kreisberg Mar 26
Have you checked out and team's work to help caregivers at home? It's FANTASTIC. It's perfect for remote or online learning, asynchronous or synchronous learning. Please share this gem with your families.
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Kaneka Turner Mar 26
Karen this is very cool. I find notating the ideas of the students in a helpful way to be something I need to work on. I am all over the place and clean it up later but you are so clear. I need to practice just this.
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Illustrative Math Mar 23
Looking for ways to spark math discussions at home? We’re sharing images and questions you could ask your family or your students. Slides with different grade-level-aligned options: . New slides daily!
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Illustrative Math Mar 25
Here is Day 3 of . Be sure to check out the ‘After the Image’ suggestions for more activities you can do around the home in the slide notes section here:
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Are these connected or separate pieces? Hmmmm to the candy aisle
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
I would so eat this, but I remember triangles... I have no idea what I ate. It was good though.
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Replying to @Trianglemancsd
“It was all a dream”...
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Replying to @csarahj
I’m thinking it is still better than the fluffy stuff but I need to talk to Toblerone. They should add caramel and change the game.
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Toblerone and Mars Caramel Chocolates via nope! No caramel. Still better than 3 Musketeers but now... what is this mystery candy with triangles and caramel?
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Replying to @weku2912
But do they also come with caramel? What am I confusing it with? Evan Fulcher introduces me and I vividly recall caramel!?
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Wait!!!! I think I’m wrong. My experience with Toblerone involved caramel. What this a specialty? The solid chocolate kind are no bueno! What have I done🤦🏾‍♀️😳
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Replying to @csarahj
Hershey vs Caramel... two classics. I can live with that. I know the cubes are better but Hershey has a whole theme park, spa and town named after it...
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Kaneka Turner Mar 21
Replying to @Trianglemancsd
Oh, I disagree! That caramel oozing from those triangles???? C’mon
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Kaneka Turner Mar 20
Yes! That’s the one. Just saying... you don’t hear anyone campaigning for the fluffy stuff do you? No crunch, no snap no goo... just fluff. Toblerone would bring you joy... I just know it!
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