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Mr. Ramstedt Feb 26
Starting math this morning with a Fraction and Decimal hunt.
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David McConnell Feb 20
Have I given my 4th graders enough info to fill in the missing angles?
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David McConnell Dec 5
My 3rd graders didn't want to stop sharing solutions to this problem! Lots of strategic thinking and practice without using a worksheet.
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David McConnell Dec 3
Students loved the versatiles that have been out for the last few weeks, but it's time for a change at the math play table!
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David McConnell Jan 10
Introduced sky scraper puzzles today and they were a big hit! Thanks and .
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Jamie Wright Apr 12
Conceptual cartoons in math today : “When your mom calls you by your complex form.”
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David McConnell Feb 14
Enjoying some skyscraper puzzles on Valentine's Day! These 5x5 puzzles are significantly more challenging than the 4x4 version. Thanks !
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Brian Bushart 25 Jan 19
Want to know how to build your students' patterning super power? Join me tomorrow at the AACTM Conference to learn how!
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Ms. Angela Holcek 8 Feb 19
We played “Build a Structure” to practice composing, writing, comparing and regrouping three-digit numbers. This was such a fun and valuable way to practice 3-digit place value!
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Beth Peacock Sep 14
Got to spend the day learning about my new resources thanks to ! Glad to see a friendly face, !
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Brian Bushart Feb 20
So proud of you three for taking a risk and sharing your expertise with other educators in . Way to go!!
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Ashlie Harr Feb 19
Loved learning about another routine! ❤️
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Beth Peacock Jul 18
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Ms. Angela Holcek Mar 1
with fractions was a success! (It looks messy but that just means we did a great job counting, exploring patterns, and asking questions! 😊)
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RRISD Elem Math Jan 16
I love using Cuisenaire rods to help students understand that fractions represent a *relationship* between parts and wholes.
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Mandy Masters 30 Jan 19
So proud of all our participants! Can't wait to see them flourish as teacher leaders in our district and beyond!
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RRISD Elem Math Nov 2
A powerful technique to foster engagement and sense making is to withhold information and slowly reveal it over time.
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RRISD Elem Math Jan 10
What a strong start to the spring semester using the and instructional routines!
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Beth Peacock Sep 22
5th grade’s jar is done! Excited to see who wins it!
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RRISD Elem Math Dec 13
You can just see his brain sweating in that second picture. I love it!
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