Tag: Body-Scale Math

Inspired by Calculus: Tuesday math circle, week 2

These are notes about a Math Circle we run in Apex, NC. The main goal of this meeting was to explore the idea of limits. But the term “limit” is yet to come up! It’s a deep idea that has

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6 BIG adventures in #StreetMath

Binary Hopscotch

I am volunteering at elementary school recess, and was wondering if you can recommend some math games for outdoors – Anna Belaschenko, via the Moebius Noodles newsletter. Here is a collection under the #StreetMath tag from our Facebook updates. 1. Sequence

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Outdoors and body-scale math collection

Sand Spiral

What does your children’s summer math time look like? Perhaps it is filled with worksheets and arithmetic drills similar to what they get to do the rest of the year. If that’s the case, it is time to get outside,

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Start with One Straight Line

Tape Hopscotch

A few years ago I viewed “The Hundred Languages of Children,” a travelling exhibit about the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education.  If you’re not familiar with this approach it, among other things, considers the environment (of the classroom and

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