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Miss Kennedy Nov 23
We have been working very hard today thinking about different strategies to help us We all produced excellent work 💭
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Miss McCallum Nov 19
We had leading our Number Talks today explaining how they worked out the questions.
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CdnTeacherLady | Tabetha Nov 23
Mrs. Parkinson is running a fraction number talk in my classroom! It’s awesome to see how our math coach uses set, area, and linear models to show fractions!
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Kendra Podoborozny Nov 25
Thank you to for helping to bring into our classroom! It’s great to see the students build confidence in their mental math and they enjoy hearing the different ways others solve a problem!
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Kirkton Primary School Nov 25
P5/6 have been taking part in number talks sessions over the last few days. We have been learning about different addition strategies, for example adding in chunks using a blank number line.
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Jean Knapp Nov 25
Another great book for ‘Number Talks’ EY-KS1 by Christopher Danielson. So many rich opportunities for discussion and development of mathematical vocabulary.
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Miss McDade Nov 20
We had such an amazing Number Talks session this morning using addition strategies 🌟 I love seeing all the different ways their little brains work 🥰 Then we challenged ourselves by thinking of as many ways to make a number as we could!
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Kirkton Primary School 23h
P5/6 were learning how to use ‘partitioning’ during our Number Talks session today.
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Miss Hood Nov 25
We are revising our basic number skills through Number Talks. This super girl was able to demonstrate the 'adding in chunks' strategy today. We have lovingly named this strategy 'chunking'!
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Ishbel How 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇭🇰🇰🇭 🇦🇿🇻🇳 Nov 26
Had a great time ‘talking it out’ & solving the odd one out with KG thinkers today. Then some of them asked if they could challenge me to solve theirs!
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Lauren Palos Nov 19
Watching how our number talks have grown this month... Recording has helped determine how to guide Ss but sometimes this is just how it goes! "Right here, it's like- like that and then you have 2 right there, and then you have 3 right here..."
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Ashleigh Aponte Nov 18
We love having guests in our classroom when we’re learning! Thank you for joining us Mme Taylor!
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Mrs. Prsa Nov 19
We see patterns and numbers everywhere!! Our Number Talks this week have been awesome! Way to go JK/SK friends!
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cindy loop snyder Nov 19
wow so many connections. Fav part was seeing how fractions can be more accurate than decimals
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Miss. Luis Nov 19
Replying to @Rdene915
A2) 👉 Use Flipgrid for 👉 Dioramas using tinkered, mind craft, 👉 Graphic novels/comic strip using scratch and Google slides 👉 google sites for Canada research
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Allison Hodges Nov 21
Throwback to 2014 when I was lucky enough to learn about directly from Cathy Williams, alongside some of my favorite educators ❤️ & Sarah Pentony
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Bonnybridge P2M Nov 20
We are enjoying talking about numbers and describing how we have counted amounts. Well done J 🎉⭐️!
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Antonine Primary 2 - Mrs McFarlane and Mrs McBride Nov 24
Here is another ⭐explaining how he made 17
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Mashup Math Nov 25
Looking for Number Talks Strategies? We Got You.
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Kirkton Primary School Nov 22
P2 pupil leading the learning during mental maths. What is your addition strategy?
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