The last star of our Math Mights gang featured in the Math Mights 8-in-1 Flip Chart: Addition Strategies was definitely created with humor in mind. Meet, T-Pops the Traditional.
We are super excited to announce our new Deck o’ Dots, featuring our new character Dotson!
I go into hundreds of classrooms a year, and I find the kindergarten classrooms to be the most interesting.
The popular topic for PD sessions this spring? Fractions!
My Math, Go Math, EveryDay Math, Eureka Math, Math in Focus, Math Expressions, Ready Common Core, the list goes on of math books that are published for schools to adopt! Most teachers will point to whatever book they have as their math curriculum.
Last week I was in New Orleans working with Lafourche Parish preschool teachers. The goal of the day was numeracy, and one of the highlights was the afternoon make-and-take session, where we had five stations for teachers to visit.
Time for another sprinkling of Magical Math Dust! Shannon answers your questions with quick, practical advice, suggestions, and resources! This post features questions about word problems, counting collections, and area/perimeter.
It’s December, the most wonderful time of the year! To celebrate the winter wonderland we are kicking off a new series: Shannon’s Magical Math Dust.
Fractions, as we know, is a very hard area for students to acquire conceptual understanding. When reading a word problem involving fractions, most kids panic because they don’t know where to start.
Multiplicative is a really hard word to say! It sounds super fancy and impressive, but in reality, if you understand how to do additive comparison problems, multiplicative problems are a snap!