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Remember when I shared that story of the diy interactive whiteboard last year? Remember how I commented that we only even used it for occasional game show activities, eventually ditching it altoget…

Counting money (use quarters and dollars for 3rd grade)  If I paid with a $5.00 bill what would my change be?

"The Math Ice Cream Cone Game" this game consist of adding, subtracting, and mainly counting money. This is a great way for kids to learn how to count money and have something they can relate to at the same time. This activity is appropriate for grades

Lego is great both for ambitious projects and lazy jokes about foot injury. But one insidious teacher is using it to teach math.

LEGO Can Be Used To Explain Math — Lego is great both for ambitious projects and lazy jokes about foot injury. But one insidious teacher is using it to teach math.

Step by step through the inquiry process for 5/6 class

Inquiry Process powerpoint, plus: "fat question", graphic organizer, and key question docs as well as a student self assessment!

WE COULD CREATE A REMINDER SHEET FOR DD'S FOLDER Questions: Building the Foundation for Critical Thinking - Classroom Poster PosterEnvy,http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007XUJBLO/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Cre2sb0301K4KFM9

Questions: Building the Foundation for Critical Thinking. I would add one more question for a more complete foundation for critical thinking: "Why?

Keeping track of learning engagements during the inquiry cycle

I've really enjoyed getting started at my new school and applying what I have learned with ProDivas in new Units of Inquiry.

Made these Routines for INTRODUCING & EXPLORING IDEAS from the book Making Thinking Visible by Ritchhart, Morrison & Church (Spring 2011)

Made these Routines for INTRODUCING & EXPLORING IDEAS from the book Making Thinking Visible by Ritchhart, Morrison & Church (Spring 2011)

Inquiry and Problem Based Learning

Inquiry and Problem Based Learning. Math concepts are best taught through this process. Students practice the skill and solve the problem on thier own

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Get your PYP classroom dcor ready in time for back to school and you'll be set all year long! Use the Inquiry Cycle Interactive Display to introduce the different phases of the Kath Murdoch inquiry cycle and to teach the students a great inquiry/research process that will stay with them for life.This product includes a 'pie slice' for each phase: tuning in, finding out, sorting out, going further, making connections and taking action.

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