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Scott Adamson Jun 16
Hmmmm...if the math we are envisioning is the meaningless memorization of disparate facts, skills, and procedures, then it should end before it starts! If we are envisioning making sense of math ideas, problem solving, quantitative reasoning, etc. then never quit!
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Jun 18
Geometric chalk ! Spatial reasoning work as children discuss shapes they see in the collaborative designs.
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Room 104 Kindies Dec 12
Students use their estimation skills to guess the number of holiday items in the jar, then count and represent the items! So simple yet so fun!Thanks for the inspiration
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Jun 6
Today’s discussion question for our whole group discussion. What does the equal sign mean? Many children misunderstand the equal sign and think that = means ‘the answer’. Understanding algebraic symbols can begin as early as kindergarten!
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Niki Feb 11
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Ms. Saenz-Molina Mar 24
💡🧐Ss figure out which of the objects they compare weighs the most. That's true problem-solving! Ss intentionally keep track of the objects they weigh on the smart board.
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Judith Hardman Feb 22
Finishing the week of 100 Day with cooperative 100 Things pictures! Students chose 100 loose parts ( across the curriculum!) and created pictures inspired by the book Ready, Set 100!
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Room 104 Kindies Dec 12
Working together using problem solving and spatial reasoning skills to fit the pentominoes into the square “we’re solving the challenge!”
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Daniel Stargratt Apr 15
Easter and numeracy patterns
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TeacherMel Feb 8
Valentines Day addition invitation inspired by 💗 how can you use both sides of your heart to make an addition sentence?
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Mrs. Orchard Feb 1
We learned a version of “Tenzie” today, but we call our version “Fivezie” since we are only using 5 dice. This is a great game to practice subitizing.
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Notre Dame,Caledonia May 1
Looking for the math this morning and boy were we successful! Thanks for the inspiration . Our kindie kiddos love this activity although the cookies made us hungry. 😊
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Jun 6
A durable number line and large foam dice in the inspired lots of child-created games today. They had many fun ideas for how to play - roll a die and hop, skip, walk backwards and tiptoe along the line!
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Karim M Letwinsky Jan 23
A great reunion with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩! What a wonderful day of rich discussion, planning, & fun. The dream team is in full force!
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Jun 6
Race to 100 -roll one or two dice and move your rock along the board. First to reach 100 wins!
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Isabel Saplala Dec 21
Roll the dice and ad jewels on your Snowflake. Kids had a wonderful time filling up their Snowflake then counting, comparing and adding how they used different colors of jewels. We were inspired
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Molly Rawding Jun 8
An intense and productive day of curriculum work starts off with a game of More or Less Than 40 - lots of laughs, mistakes, ahas, and discussions about the math
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Molly Brant Kinders Feb 11
Brealynn was looking at the new pictures from Miss Laidlaw and Mrs Turner's vacations with near geological features. She recreated the natural patterns from Giant's Causeway in Ireland. Do you see the patterning, geometry, and fractions in this activity?
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Ms. Saenz-Molina Mar 2
“I Spy 🕵️‍♀️ Shapes!” Children discovered that many things in our world 🌎 are made out of shapes, “Look at the doll’s face its a circle ⭕️ and the dice has three squares.”
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Donna Hayes Dec 19
A child wore this shirt to school. How many triangles can you findable? Are you sure you got them all?
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