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It’s hard to believe that 2018 is here, and we’re quickly approaching the 100th day of school. When I first started working with elementary school teachers, the concept of a 100 days celebration was foreign to me—it wasn’t something that we did in high school. Over time, I’ve come to appreciate this tradition and the mathematical opportunities it brings. In honor of 100 days of learning this school year, here are a few ideas for your 100th day activities. Try them out and let us know what you think!

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Traditional dominoes have a variety of uses in the classroom. A simple internet search for “math domino games” yields thousands of ideas for using these tools to build number concepts. But eventually, the novelty wears off and they become more of a toy than a learning tool. But the matching aspect of dominoes lets us expand this teaching tool to domains beyond number.Read More
While on hall duty during my first year of teaching, I was surprised to see our math department chair leading her Calculus students to a large common area in the school. Curious, I checked in on them a few minutes after the class had started and found that they were plotting “points” by standing on a large coordinate grid mat on the floor. After watching the teacher use those mats over and over with students in Algebra 1 all the way through Calculus, I realized the value of this kinesthetic learning experience. Her students understood the concepts better, and were more engaged, because they were out of their seats and actively creating a life-sized visual model.Read More
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