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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 11h
I’ve never used it as such, but this text is a great springboard for a at home! 6yo wondered how many eggs were in each child’s basket in the book (we could only see the ones on top), how many eggs were on each page, strategies to estimate and count more efficiently...
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Alice Keeler Mar 26
Besides the standard algorithm... what is your STRATEGY for 90 - 23?
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Alex Joujan 22h
Teachers at home...the Box Method is excellent. In this photo, Method #1 is how many adults learned mult. in school. I showed both methods to my daughter and she INSTANTLY understood #2. And liked it.
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Maria Simonetta Mar 26
Looking back at our last math lesson before the March break. Ask your children what they learned? Post Question: How can you explain what 1/4 means?
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Scott Phillips 10h
Update on my I’ve been rather busy with school e-learning prep, but I will finish this in the coming weeks!
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Mrs Hadden Mar 27
Somethings not quite right here... 🧐
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Mrs. Monique Watford 10h
Math Chat: What is wrong with this chart? How should the data be displayed?
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Mike Tholfsen 19h
NEW! A quick tip video 📽 showing you how to use the math tools in , including: ✅ Solver ✅ Step-by-step ✅ Graphing ✅ Practice quiz ✅ Ink Replay YouTube link 📺
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Mrs. Stajduhar’s Class Mar 26
Which one doesn’t belong? Why? Is there more than one answer? Explain. For those interested let’s have some fraction thank you for creating and sharing these images ❤️
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Scott Phillips 21h
Ever since I did the with my 7th graders (a few years ago) I've always wanted to have an opportunity for ALL kids to try it. Seems to work out now that we all have some more time at home! Here is where it all started!
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oliver bowles 13h
The IB released some further guidance on how results are to be awarded to candidates following cancellation of the May exams. Some personal thoughts and analysis here
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Jen Whiffin 14h
Created and sharing these counting/multiplicative thinking videos. Series has 5 so far. Great for parents to use at home with kids who are just learning multiplication. Hands-on, minds on:
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Randi-Lee Hauptman 17h
! Select the cards you'll use (1-5, 10) and a number to multiply by (4). Deal equal cards. Player 1 holds a card to their forehead to solve (5). Player 2 answers the multiplication question in their mind (5x4) & says the answer (20). Player 1 solves their number (5).
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Texthelp for Education Mar 26
If you or your students have just started using as part of your strategy, be sure to check out our YouTube playlist for tips on how each feature works!
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Transum Mar 26
Just for a change, here's an activity pupils can do away from the computer. It's called Kite Maths: A few age-appropriate instructions from you are needed. Photographs of kite designs will be gratefully received.
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Dr. KarenGreenhaus 14h
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instructabeats 22h
Calling all stars! Check out today's edition of Quarantine Math for & ! 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 5th Grade Challenge Math
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Austin The Educator 12h
If your student are struggling with place value, this may be one of the four things they’re missing. Just watched a video by that emphasizes the importance of number relationships!
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Gator Sue 9h
We use a,b,c,... for coefficients in polynomials ... doesn't it make more sense for the "a" to be the constant with bx, etc.. that has always bothered me!
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DREME Network Mar 24
As families spend more time inside, we offer free, research-based activities and tips to help parents and caregivers support their young children's early math learning.
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