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Welcome, Dotson!

Welcome, Dotson!

We are super excited to announce our new Deck o’ Dots, featuring our new character Dotson!  Dotson is a part of our Math Mights family. The last of original 10,000 decks of Deck o’ Dots has gone to its new home and so it’s time to welcome our new and improved Deck o’...

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Playing with Numbers: SumBlox

Playing with Numbers: SumBlox

Wouldn’t it be great if there were blocks that could specifically support play in math and allow our students participate in mathematical self-discovery?

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Resources for Promoting Play and Learning

Resources for Promoting Play and Learning

I think we can all agree that our youngest students need to spend more time playing and developing their fine and gross motor skills and building a strong foundation for academics. But where do we even start?

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Children at Play: Putting Play Back in Education

Children at Play: Putting Play Back in Education

I go into hundreds of classrooms a year, and I find the kindergarten classrooms to be the most interesting.  At one time, we thought kindergarten was going to be a great, developmentally appropriate idea for our youngest students. I was part of the planning committee...

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Fraction February: Adding and Subtracting Fractions

As you’re doing addition and subtraction, be purposeful to ensure that you’re building conceptual understanding. Get kids to articulate their thinking and engage in conversation about what they’re doing the whole time they’re working with fractions.

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Welcome to Fraction February!

Welcome to Fraction February!

The popular topic for PD sessions this spring? Fractions!
When we look at what kids have to know about fractions now, it’s very different from when you and I were growing up!

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