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Room 3 Kindergarten Oct 9
As educators, it is our job to let the children’s knowledge guide their learning. We planted the seed to have the children sort by size, but they took it in another direction and problem solved to make sure each bear had a spot. We were impressed💭 👌🏻
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Mrs. Elsie 15h
When you think of a number........
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ETA hand2mind 15h
Interested in starting a Daily Math Fluency project but don't know where to start? Here are some helpful tips from our friend
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Leslie Foster Oct 11
The Grade 3s did a terrific job coming up with various strategies to solve their first math talk of the year, including finding friendly numbers, breaking numbers down into their place value, standard algorithm, and making doubles
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Colton Bardy Oct 9
Using concrete manipulatives to teach multiplication strategies such as doubling! ✖️✌️
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Mrs. Contreras Oct 16
Exploring shapes in math! Which does not belong?
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Brittany Hardwick Oct 12
Great ideas coming out during
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Jonathan Palles Oct 16
Check out this activity: LEGO Prices!
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Michelle Watt Oct 13
We are learning about today from ⁦⁩ Such an amazing way to see how my kiddos think. Thank you for sharing your expertise. ⁦
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Kelly Kolody Oct 15
We are discussing our answers and learning from our mistakes.
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Leslie Freeman Oct 10
Math talk: Thinking about math to help kids get smarter
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Alpine K1 Oct 10
Our school’s Toasty Toes campaign started yesterday! Each pair of new socks your child brings in will go in our classroom Socks Box and they will be given a ballot to enter to win a prize. We will also be using our Tally Sheet to incorporate !
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Lindsay Gilmore Oct 12
Everything you don't know is something you can learn. Explain, Evaluate, Extend.
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Mrs. Hong Oct 12
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Amanda Blankenship Oct 8
Love the book Talking Math With Your Kids such a great way to begin those crucial and natural conversations about beginning at a young age
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Stephen J Tizzard Oct 15
Look at all those “four word” numbers! Great job Though I’m not sure if Two Hundred Googol Six is actually a number... can anyone clarify?
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Jen Ross Velasquez Oct 15
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Miss.Kasaboski Oct 11
Today students created patterns using the description and outline provided.
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Jennifer C. Nash Oct 9
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Kiersten Wrona Oct 11
“Fractions can be patterns too!” “If you share 3/4 of one watermelon, then you can fill in the missing pieces to make 3 whole watermelons.” Love hearing these lightbulb moments during our in grade 3!
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