Monthly Archives: October 2016

Pumpkin Math with my 7 Year Old

I’ve been busy this past week working on “Pumpkin math” with my grade 5 and 6 students. Every Halloween our four classes of junior students look forward to working together in groups of four to carve their jack-o-lanterns.┬áMy students worked … Continue reading

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Math EUREKA!

I’ve been teaching grade 6 math for 20 years and it often felt like pulling teeth. I now understand why. I had a very toxic relationship with the textbook. I allowed it to dictate me. I allowed it to control … Continue reading

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