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Category Archives: reflection
“Why do we need to know the greatest common factor and least common mulitple? When are we going to use it?” asks one of my 5th grade advanced students. My response. “Don’t you know about the hot dog and hot … Continue reading
Note to self. Students need exposure to counting decimal numbers by 0.1, 0.01 and 0.001. We teach students to count sequentially by 1 and skip count by 2, 5, 10, 100 and even 1000. Why isn’t more time devoted to … Continue reading
Hamburger and Fries is a game I picked up at a conference about 7 years ago. Similar to Buzz, the game begins with counting consecutive whole numbers. Multiples of a particular number, such as 3, are replaced with the word … Continue reading
Hurray for Thanksgiving and Chanukkah! This was the best part of my day – getting ready to light the very first candle. After all of the stress, I am looking forward to a weekend with family. (Yes, I know that … Continue reading