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Bedtime Math 3h
Ask your kids: how are the sections of these candy bars alike? How are they different? If you like both flavors equally and can only have ONE piece, which piece would you choose? (Assume the bars are equal size!)
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Mrs. Bowes 1st Grade Sep 6
A delicious sorting activity. Sorting smarties by colour.
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Monica Trevino Apr 17
Second graders feel so grown up when learning multiplication!! πŸ€—
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Cheryl Sep 4
Using M&M’s to help us remember the Orders of Operations.
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Fairhill 6th Grade Oct 9
Proportions are everywhere! Swanson Scholars enjoyed exploring and discussing ratios, percents, and probability this morning with M&Ms! Math never tasted so good!
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Hillary Nazareth Dec 4
Practicing arrays by using candy ⁦⁩
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Miss White's Class Feb 6
The evolution of the way we use to arrange and eat our snacks is a great testimony of how the Super Ss are transferring their counting collections knowledge especially after reading Ways to Count bk
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MathScienceTechMHC 11 Oct 17
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Ms. Morse Mar 29
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Alisia Myers Feb 6
Math with Gummy Worms! Practicing measurement, conversions, comparisons and line plots with gummy worms.
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Miss White's Class Mar 22
Super Ss are exploring the Big Idea that numbers can be grouped by units of 10. Our book β€œBack to Batoche” is a great way to introduce place value and Metis Heritage
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Room 110 9 Oct 17
Division with skittles! @hanlingifteded
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Rob's_wolfpack 3 Nov 17
Room 32 Riddle: How does this trail mix go with the area model for division?
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Colleen O'Neil Apr 26
Marshmallow shape making after MCAS to practice angles, sides, and vertices!
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Monica Trevino 7 Dec 17
Fractions are way more fun with M&M’s!!
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Camden Elementary Jun 14
Retweeted Bedtime Math (): How many apples would you have to move to fill in the gaps and make a complete array? How many total apples would be in those rows?
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Bethany Olmstead 2 Nov 17
Sorting and graphing with m&m’s
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They loved so much with perimeter, we used them again when measuring for area!
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Bedtime Math Nov 26
If you cut a carrot into 8 flowers, and each flower has 5 petals... play with your food in today's !
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Leslie Byars 2 Nov 17
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