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Monthly Archives: April 2020
Now is as good a time as any to incorporate some financial literacy into at-home learning. Young children can try the “three jars” method: one for saving, one for spending, and one for sharing (have them pick a cause that’s important … Continue reading
How is taking a walk, related to math… well, I want you to observe – what types of shapes and lines do you see? How many circle, triangles, patterns, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, acute angles, obtuse angles, right angles, squares, … Continue reading
The grocery store may not be an ideal place for kids right now, but we can certainly plan a menu and create a shopping list. What will your dinner meal cost? Shaws and Hannaford often send out flyers – check out the … Continue reading
For easy early statistics instruction, look no further than the weather app on your phone or your local news station. Talk about predictions based on data and how meteorologists forecast the weather. Extend the learning by having kids create their own weather … Continue reading
Take a poll (survey) and ask “How many people have you helped this week?” How would you organize this data? How would you measure this? How could you display your results?