It’s finally here!
Division seems to be a hot topic right now as we’re working with our schools.
This summer was a blur! We worked tirelessly on our new curriculum, and now it’s time to check in and see how it’s going!
This is the heart of the mini binder: Lessons and Assessments.
Finishing out our subtraction Math Mights characters, today we introduce…D.C. and T-Pops! They aren’t new faces in Mathville, but today you’ll see how these Math Mights function in Subtraction World!
It is my pleasure to introduce my favorite Math Mights characters to you today – Minni and Subbi!
Introducing…Math Mights Subtraction Strategies!
Guest Post by Kathleen Whitney, Math Educational Consultant & Coach
It is a universally agreed upon fact that story problems are just confusing, for kids and teachers alike.
“Ah, I see it now!” We hear that a lot during our model drawing trainings as teachers start to understand how to actually do model drawings. However, when they leave the comfort and structure of the training and start to apply the strategies they’ve learned to the problems in their math book, they often struggle.