Students love math!

4th grade student figuring out 12 x 25.
4th grade student using unifix cubes to show what 12 x 25 looks like.
Kindergarten student figuring out: What is 6? How do you know?
Another way to make 6!
Solving 15 x 11 using an area model to see how numbers break down.
Area model strategy.
Area model with manipulatives and with the Ipad.
More area model.
Using fraction tiles to build understanding.
Using a tape diagram, pictorial strategy to solve.
Area model concrete to area model pictorial.
Using a model to solve division of fractions. How many 1/8 fit into 3/5?
1st grade student using different strategies to solve an equation.
This 3rd grade student is using different strategies to show how he thinks about 8 x 7.
Kindergarten student explaining how he is counting all the squares.
This is a 4th grade student exploring the place value chart to show how she understands division.
Another 4th grade student showing a different way to understand division.
This is called partial quotients strategy, it shows how Steve thinks about solving this division.
1st grade student shows how she makes a 10 to solve this problem fluently in her head.
Another 1st grade student also makes a 10 but uses different numbers.
5th grade student solving a problem that inlvoves more than just multiplying a fraction.
Kindergarten students break numbers in different ways to show how they use numbers flexibly.
Using technology (Spheros) to figure out how angles work in design.
Using a fraction app to represent what the problem looks like.
Best part of the lesson: students sharing ho wthey solved.
Baking in the kitchen to figure out fractions.
How much do we need? We learn together.
Figuring out the recipe.
Using Seesaw to share what we do in class.
One way to think about 5 x 4.
Using toy cars to figure out complimentary angles.
Working on a Fraction Clothesline to make sense of what fractions are.
Figuring out fractions.