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Before Inside Out: Developing a Foundation of Visualization and Visual Memory

Before Inside Out: Developing a Foundation of Visualization and Visual Memory

What happens if students can’t even visualize the word, let alone spell it inside out? We live in a “plugged in” culture, where students spend extended periods of time consuming visual images. This severely limits their visual memory or their ability to access and recall images and real-life situations that happened to them.

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Spelling Inside Out: Developing Visual Memory

Spelling Inside Out: Developing Visual Memory

Ask kids what they had for dinner yesterday – they probably can’t remember! The ever-increasing amount of screen-time definitely has an adverse impact on students’ lives and it is quite damaging to their development of visual memory. Because visual memory has a profound effect on student development, we want it to be strong as we start to look at spelling.

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Math Workshop: The Complete Series

Math Workshop: The Complete Series

Whether you’re brand new to math workshop and don’t know where to start, or you’ve been using a workshop model in your classroom for years, we hope find something you can use to take your math workshop to the next level for the next school year!

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Abacus Fun: Part 2

Abacus Fun: Part 2

An abacus is so much more than just a “simple device” for counting or adding, with applications that extend into much higher level operations and concepts.

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Abacus Fun: Part One

Abacus Fun: Part One

An abacus can actually help students learn and practice many mathematical concepts in a very developmentally appropriate way for students in elementary school. Students can practice subitizing, conservation to a number, addition, subtraction, place value, multiplication, division, fractions, and even decimals!

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