## 170 New Esti-Mysteries

This school year, I’ll be creating and posting 170 brand new Esti-Mysteries.  I’ll be posting a new one nearly every day for the rest of the school year – just like last year.  The purpose is the same as last year:  Sharing math joy with you all year long! Prepare for math joy and rich…

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## 150 New Esti-Mysteries

This school year, I’m creating 150 brand new Esti-Mysteries.  I’ll be posting a new one nearly every day for the rest of the school year – just like last year.  This is my way of sharing math joy with you all year long!  Prepare for math joy and rich math talk in your classroom as…

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## New Estimation Clipboards

To date, I’ve created 101 estimation clipboards – and I’m going to create more to share this month.  They are very fun and easy to use – and your student will love them!  They are also a very exciting and powerful way to build number sense.  As I create more, I will post them here.…

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## Part 3 – New Esti-Mysteries and Number Sense Resources Every Day for the Rest of the School Year

Hi, Friends.  I’m posting a brand new, free math resource every school day for the rest of the school year.  This is part 3 of the series.  This effort is my way of spreading encouragement, providing a daily resource to fellow educators, and promoting math joy during a challenging year.  I look forward to posting…

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## 51 Esti-Mysteries

51 Brand New Esti-Mysteries!  4 Challenge Levels!  All New Images! If you’ve used the Esti-Mysteries from the original Esti-Mysteries blog post, or the 15 additional Esti-Mysteries that I wrote for 20 Days of Number Sense and Rich Math Talk, you’ll really enjoy this new set!   My goal was to write and post 51 brand new…

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## Tiled Area Questions

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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## Strategies for Using the Maze Hundreds Chart

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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