Tag: math manipulatives

Paper Weaving and Grid Games

Patrick Honner’s Moebius Noodles guest post on mathematical paper weaving was very inspiring to me. Mathematical weaving employs one of my favorite making materials – colored paper!  It was actually sort of challenging to get started, but after playing around

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No Manipulatives Days

These have been our math manipulatives for the last couple of weeks. Here they are lined up from largest to smallest. We usually use a lot of manipulatives with my son. But not this week. It was interesting to see

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Teaching Number Concepts

I am trying to teach my son a concept of positive whole numbers being made up of other, smaller, positive whole numbers. This has been a tough going so far, full of unexpected obstacles. There was, for example, the part

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Can Board Games Help Learn Math?

If you are looking for a simple and fun way of bringing more math into your child’s life, then here’s a solution for you. It costs little, takes no time to set up and is a great way to engage

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