Tiled Area Questions

By Steve Wyborney / January 11, 2017

Tiled Area Questions are designed to provide students with the opportunity to compose and decompose numbers.  This post primarily focuses on fractions.  If you are a K-2 teacher, you may really like this version. Watch the video, download the resources, and give your student the opportunity to visualize, decompose, compare, and compose numbers.     Click…

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Color the Cube Connectors

By Steve Wyborney / December 6, 2016

After Introducing Cube Connectors this summer, I received some wonderful feedback about finding a way to allow the students to design their own cube connector combinations.  In this post, you’ll find not only 12 downloadable pages, but some vivid strategies that allow students to combine the use of color with equations to discover some powerful…

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Strategies for Using the Maze Hundreds Chart

By Steve Wyborney / October 9, 2016

After introducing the downloadable Maze Hundreds Chart yesterday, this post details some strategies for using the interactive chart in your classroom.  If you have not yet watched the first post, I encourage you to take a quick look at it before viewing these strategies. I have many more resources I am excited to share, so…

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The Maze Hundreds Chart

By Steve Wyborney / October 8, 2016

The Maze Hundreds Chart is a resource that is surprisingly powerful and leads to some very unexpected learning opportunities. Much like The Animated Multiplication Table, this is a free, downloadable resource that will cause you to see an old, familiar chart in some new and surprising ways. Watch the video, download the interactive resource, and then…

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The Second Cube Connector: Pointing Out the Arrows

By Steve Wyborney / July 28, 2016

The Cube Connectors series, which began with this post, continues with a glimpse into the classroom of Hannah Yazzolino.  The resource which I shared on Twitter, and which Hannah used very effectively in her classroom – even before it was in an animated form – is now downloadable in both an animated form and as…

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