# Students love math! 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? Solving 15 x 11 using an area model to see how numbers break down. 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.