Ten Frames.

Posted on June 22, 2017


Hey, I could show the awesome ten frames activity from Illuminations — and the person in question is young enough so that the discreet but devastating declaration that this is a pre-k-2 skill isn’t a factor.

Dudes.   Why not have the activity on its own page?   (Answer:   my students are like bicycle riders in a car driver’s world — not on the original agenda.)

I *think* I’ve found The Files I Was Missing.

I’m also registered with nroc.org  and have found  “whyu.org” through that.   It’s got some cute animated math lessons — focusing on a bunch of people on an island doing math with coconuts ( why not put ’em on another planet?  Indigenous…)   Disappointed in second animation about division, explained as inverse of multiplication — but do we see concrete?   No.   Coconuts are gone; it’s 2 x 3 is 6 and 6 divided by 3 is 2.

I’ll also have to sort through and see what’s “open” and what’s not… and… get rolling on adding…


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