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ferrarotto3 10h
BUILD math centres to explore constructing nets and skeletons and sorting 3D solids by their attributes. “Show What You Know” will be Monday.
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Robert Cop Jan 21
Now that’s a great gift! If you teach math in grades 4-8 you need to bookmark this now!
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Marilu Deal Jan 21
Teachers! Take a look at this! NRICH is a go to site for good tasks and now it’s mapped to Ontario.
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Cathryn Wake 16h
If you want to look at an activity in before you share it with students, watch this video! It's now easier than ever!
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Kimberley Stiff OCSB 17h
K-3 educators! Check out the NEW updates - you will ❤️them!!! These short videos can help you plan for your student's learning. More curriculum content, more math talks, and teachers can play as students!
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Ms Blais Jan 15
You should have seen his face before we started filming. He was determined to solve 83 x 7. He persevered and used decomposing strategies he learned this week! So proud of his resiliency 🙌🏻
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Patti Luxton 21h
Many Counting Principles covered in this activity. Amazing!
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Mrs. O'Toole 17h
3D solids BUILD math centres.
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Our Lady of Fatima Grade 3 10h
Making quadrilateral posters to help us remember what makes a shape what it is. Loved all the real life examples that were provided. Was surprised at finding trapezoids in the wild.
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Krystyna Stasiewicz 13h
We went on a centimetre hunt today and finished the day playing our new favourite game, Measurement Tag! 📏💕
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St.JamesK2s 18h
Using numbers and loose parts l to create a number talk picture!
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Ellen van de Loo 14h
Well done Grade 2’s! 👍🏻
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Patti Luxton 21h
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therealmrho 21h
Today we used MathUp to explore area. The students made pictures on grid paper with an area of 25 cm2. They really showed off their creativity.
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St. Augustine School 16h
Some great math thinking ! You are right! There are many possibilities.
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St. Augustine School Jan 15
Math station rotations allow us to practice our math skills!
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Mrs. Styles 19h
Gr.4: After discussing how we can measure things, what benchmarks are, and how to make a good estimate, we have to go around and estimate the length of each of the sticks.
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Ms. B 21h
Today we did measurement centres to practice measuring length and tell time! 🕐📏
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Tammy Baine Jan 20
Addition strategies practice: open number lines on our whiteboards and using number tile puzzles to explore the conventional algorithm.
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Ms Blais Jan 15
This guy right here ⬇️ Solved 96 x 6 using decomposing strategies he learned this week. So proud of him 🙌🏻
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