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CONCINNUS 7h
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Mark 22h
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Annarita Ruberto 21h
Why do the exterior of a equal 360 degrees? Here is a visual that needs no words.
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Patrice Jones 2h
I’m a Math Super-Shero!! These students weren’t tutored by me at all throughout the year. State testing was nearing and their parents reached out. Not bad for 3-4 sessions with me. I’m proud of them. I’m proud of myself.
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Year 4 Glyncollen 11h
Working out the lines of symmetry for regular polygons.
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Steven Thomas 3h
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Lorri-Ann Brogdon 18h
Bridge projects 3rd period!
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DAILY MINIMAL 2h
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Lauren Leclercq 21h
helped us bring our 2D shapes to life in math class! πŸ”΅
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Mr. J. Kostoff May 21
πŸ—£οΈ This morning in class, students were introduced to the concept of Symmetry. Without hesitation or prompting, each of these boys retrieved a mirror. The power of effectively using manipulatives in Mathematics!
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Roland Bastien 21h
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Leeah.Bessonβ™₯️ May 16
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Natalie LeBlanc M. Ed. 3h
Students sort shapes! L Looking at attributes, including lengths of sides and parallel sides. πŸ”·πŸ”΅β—ΌοΈπŸ”Ί
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Matt Ruden 6h
Equilateral triangle and a square. What's the angle?
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Mike Berry May 21
Three points on a circle ... my art
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WhiteRoseMathsSec 10h
What a great opportunity to get the pattern blocks out and let students explore this week’s task, recording their shapes and working out the interior angles in their books to compare with others.
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Steve Phelps 11h
teachers! Remember next year when you start your transformations unit! We will learn about this and more June 25-26 at Summer GeoGebra! RSVP:
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Inspired by Vigeland 13h
Two designs by @djeeltcraft. Based on the gates in the Vigeland Park, 😊
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dailySTEM 19h
A4: & are like peanut butter & jelly...they make each other better! I use LOGO software to help my students review angles & polygons. Plus it's a great activity!
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