Mathematical Practice 2 states that children should be able to “Reason abstractly and quantitatively.” What does that even mean??
Last, but not least, we’re closing out our Working with Fractions series with subtracting fractions with Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract (CPA) means.
For most of us dividing fraction is one of those things where we got the right answer in math, but we don’t really remember why.
We’re finishing up February, and concluding this series of math games for Math with Someone, with a fractions game!
At the beginning of kindergarten, we want students to think of the process of subtraction as “taking something away” or “minus.”
This week, we can’t wait to share our newest product with you – Math Mights pencil toppers and dice!
Our math game tutorial library is growing! This week – more multiplication games!
Up this week – Multiplication Bump!
Math games sound like a GREAT idea, don’t they! They can take math workshop to a whole new level and provide a second or third layer of reinforcement for students – no more busy work!