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Zorbitโ€™s Math Adventure Dec 17
: WE HAVE A WINNER!!! Watch our grand finale video to find out who - it could be you! Thanks to everyone who participated in our weekly challenges. We hope you learned and had as much fun as we did.
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Dana Richardson Nov 15
Our biggest takeaway from Zorbits is that the combination of math talks, leveraging technology and smart pedagogy is hugely instrumental for helping our students focus on deep learning, starting in kindergarten!
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๐•„๐•š๐•ค๐•ค ๐•๐• ๐•ช๐•”๐•– Nov 25
Week 4 Character! Our learning focusing is data management. We couldnโ€™t wait to get to our assignment on ๐Ÿš€ ๐ŸŒŽ Planet R. What did we like more, Planet R or dance Moves?!
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Corpus Christi School Nov 15
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mccuenbrownrigg Nov 25
Zorbit challenge from last week. Explaining our thinking during Math Talk. Great strategy! Mathematicians always look at numbers before deciding on a strategy! ZorbitsMath
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Mrs. O'Toole Dec 3
This student noticed a relationship between skip counting and a sports game. โฆโฉ
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Mrs. O'Toole Dec 5
This student noticed he uses addition and subtraction when playing games. โฆโฉ
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Tammy Baine Nov 21
We are loving the math talks with Zorbits! Today we looked at one as a whole group and then Ss got a screenshot of a different image to discuss in pairs. How long are the missing sides? How do you know?
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Barbara Routliffe Nov 15
A great tool to use for meaningful math learning! The team at St. Brigid enjoying Zorbit learning at Tudor Hall, Ottawa, November 15th, 2019.
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karen frate Nov 15
... biggest take away today, more explanation of counting principles, food for thought
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Ms.Keyota Dec 12
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Kristine Phelan Dec 10
Finished up our new Zorbit planets! ๐ŸŒ What do you think ? ๐Ÿค”
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Ashley Maves Nov 27
Students helping one another in a tricky Geometry assignment!
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Jenna Clouthier Nov 13
โ€œAll right stop COLLABORATE and listenโ€ ๐ŸŽถ students definitely carried out these lyrics about collaboration while they played Zorbits Operations Roll Off!
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Grade1D at HolyRED Nov 27
Using โ€œAssignmentsโ€ was just as easy for the Ss! I told them to keep an eye out for something weird and they all found the exclamation mark in the corner.
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1A Caicco STM Nov 6
Grade 1s did their first Math Talk for the Zorbit Challenge today.
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Jennifer Alexander Dec 12
Great Christmas Math talk thanks to ! (week 1). To be honest, I didnโ€™t think she was correct when she said it went 4, 8, 12. I was focused on adding 1 on top and adding 3 on the bottom.
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Kristine Phelan Dec 11
Todayโ€™s challenge was for the students to make a jingle for Zorbits to the tune of Jingle Bells. ๐Ÿ”” ๐Ÿ”” ๐ŸŽถ ๐ŸŽต
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Mrs. O'Toole Dec 4
This student noticed how some soccer equipment he uses at recess look like 3D solids. โฆโฉ
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Meaghan Ryan Nov 13
Today we explored repeating patterns. We looked for similar pattern cores and collaborated to play the Zorbits game 'Guess That Pattern.' Have your child make and find repeating patterns at home. What is the pattern core? How do you know?
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