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FettersFalcons Mar 20
We explored geometry by making 2-D and 3-D shapes with marshmallows and toothpicks! It was delicious!
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Colleen O'Neil Apr 22
Welcome back from break with some marshmallow geometry!! πŸ‘πŸ»
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Jan 7
How many different ways can you make 12?
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Colleen O'Neil Feb 27
What better way to start out area and perimeter than with cheese-its?
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Hillary Nazareth Jan 10
Using to practice comparing two numbers. ⁦⁩
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Bedtime Math Jun 13
Pancakes are usually circles that make a square meal, but they can be any shape with the PancakeBot! Taste some art in today's :
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Ms. Flanagan's Room Mar 26
Building 3D Figures out of toothpicks and marshmallows to learn about shapes, figures, and properties πŸ”’ πŸ“πŸ“πŸ“ @ Nardin Academy
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LS Jan 12
Nothing drives the concept of proper measurement home like making pancakes in class! ⁦⁩
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Similkameen Elementary Secondary Mar 4
Cross-curricular adventures with Math 8 and Foods 8/9 classes today. Measurement and conversion tasks blended in with a team baking challenge.
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Amanda Williamson πŸ€“ Feb 12
Finding fractions of a whole using edible manipulatives βœ–οΈβž— 🌈
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Pines Fit Moms Apr 5
Lucky Charm Graphing was a success! πŸ“•πŸ“˜πŸ“πŸ“βž—
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Hillary Nazareth Apr 3
Graphing with M and M’s ⁦⁩
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Arrow213 Dec 20
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Bedtime Math Jun 7
Cube fry! Can you imagine the crunch of this delicious ?? Ask your kids how many of these it would take to equal a more familiar fry shape!
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Mr. Dustin Best Feb 12
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Citra Schwabe Mar 15
My student teacher taught us Kit Kat fractions today. Students used to document their learning. 😁 What fun!
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Hillary Nazareth Apr 9
We are ready to graph some jellybeans ⁦⁩
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π•π• π•™π•Ÿ π”Ήπ•¦π•œπ• π•¨π•€π•œπ•š Feb 15
Mathematicians measuring for area with crackers in math today. πŸ§€
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Melissa H. May 9
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Mike β€œ#GoodTrouble” MacEwan May 9
I think might be my favorite kinda .
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