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Deanna McLennan Ph.D 24h
I'm thrilled that is in the new curriculum! Looking for dozens of unplugged ways to introduce children to coding without the use of tech or screens? Need a read aloud to spark children's thinking? Books available @
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D 5h
Wow! Thank you for all the interest in my Kindercoding book! I think it will be a great resource to support the new coding and computational thinking expectations in the new curriculum!
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Sue Looney - Educational Consultant Jun 20
Math should be a joyful integral part of how we play! Join us each month for some fun!
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Jun 20
in ! Watch as this beautiful butterfly eats by uncoiling its proboscis and drinking the flower’s nectar deep in the blooms. There is beautiful symmetry on its wings and the flowers are ‘pentamerous’ as they have five petals. Math is everywhere!
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Seyoung Holte Apr 6
One of my new favorites!
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Dr Helen J Williams 🇪🇺#FF Mar 4
This is an example of the exploratory tasks R and Y1 children need to engaged in regularly. A chance to make decisions, to compare, and space to reason and think mathematically.
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Ms. Cormack Mar 2
Who is on Mr. Gumpy’s boat, how many legs do Mr. Gumpy’s passengers have? First, we recorded passengers, then we decided how many legs each had. Next, we represented the passenger’s legs with loose parts. Last, we counted!
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FrameWorks Institute Feb 12
For most Americans, putting “early” and “math” in the same sentence does not compute. Time to reframe:
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kristin welch May 16
“Discover the joy of math” 🔍🔎💓😎Been there... but so happy to see this in my feed as an invitation to the masses! 🎉 on
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Maria Candito -The Budding Educator Mar 30
FDK some with this fantastic idea.
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Monica Padgham Feb 12
Love it when your students drag you over to show you what they made in math...multiplication using tiling turtles! They also discovered how much fun spinners can be in math games!
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Ms. Molly Feb 26
Ss decided to open they’re own grocery store selling blueberries and raspberries. They were excited to take customers’ orders using a ten frame. I’ll take 6 blueberries. “I guess you’re not really a raspberry fan!” Exploring more/less, making 10.
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Melissa Stanley Jun 1
Where can you find circles outside?
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Jun 22
Summer Math Walk is here! Looking for a book to help children explore the amazing that exists in our natural world? This book is great for summer camp or school, especially those educators who plan to be for learning! Get it here:
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Khadija xenos Mar 19
It was a baking day! No school which means we splurged and used peanut butter! 🙈 Teachable moments: measuring. Mixing. And math talk! How many MORE cookies could fit on the tray? Quick flash: how many cookies are there?
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Brian Aspinall Dec 21
"Coding is everywhere! Follow along with a girl and her dog as they explore computational thinking in their everyday activities."
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Mrs. Orchard Jan 15
We learned how to play Tenzie today. It’s a great game for subitizing, comparison, and probability. subitizing
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CraftED_JennyPieratt May 11
Math Resources: 1) FREE CCSS Problem-based unit curriculum maps and 2) Real world math lessons ~ both work so well in PBL settings! ,
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Mrs. Orchard Jan 20
Ss happily playing Tenzi and War.
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Sum fun with Math Feb 14
We ♥️ when our princiPAL, Mr Mauro, visits our grade 3 class so we can show him how we have progressed from concrete and pictorial representations, to algorithms. Mr Musa’s grade 3 class is top notch 🥇
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