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Hillary Nazareth Jan 10
Using to practice comparing two numbers. ⁦
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Bedtime Math Feb 8
If you have a cup of olives with 38 total "prongs" how many of each type of olive? (Remember there are two sets of prongs per olive!)
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LS Jan 12
Nothing drives the concept of proper measurement home like making pancakes in class!
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Julia Hawthorne Jan 25
Oh, how sweet it is to model our fractions on a numberline! YUM!!!
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Bedtime Math Feb 6
Taste some symmetry with spirograph pancakes in today's story!
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Hillary Nazareth Dec 4
Practicing arrays by using candy ⁦
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St. Andrew School Jan 29
3K calculating the probability of picking certain colors from Valentine's packs of fruit snacks and jelly beans.
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Bedtime Math 22h
Ask your kids: how many "extra" peanuts does this make, compared to the more common 2 peanuts per shell?
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Bedtime Math Feb 7
Munch on this "Sky's the Limit" challenge from today's story!
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 Jan 7
How many different ways can you make 12?
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Amanda Williamson 🤓 Feb 12
Finding fractions of a whole using edible manipulatives ✖️➗ 🌈
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Arrow213 Dec 20
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Bedtime Math Feb 15
A chart that's sure to spark some debate! What other traits of the perfect fry could you graph? Which deserves the most weight? 😀 Source:
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Sharon Feb 14
Checking for understanding can be yummy! 4th graders create edible symmetry hearts!❤️
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Bedtime Math Feb 12
Get comfortable at some of the world's strangest restaurants in today's !
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Mr. Dustin Best Feb 12
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𝕁𝕠𝕙𝕟 𝔹𝕦𝕜𝕠𝕨𝕤𝕜𝕚 Feb 15
Mathematicians measuring for area with crackers in math today. 🧀
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Melissa Burch Feb 14
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