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Our Second Fun Math Festival
We had another wonderful math festival, hosted jointly by Golden Key Russian School and Main Line Classical Academy. Here is an account of it, written by Yulia Shpilman. We did it, we did it, we did it again! Last Sunday, … Continue reading
Spontaneous Estimation in Kindergarten
One of the games we played in class with the kindergartners consists of two decks of cards. The game is called Turbocount and I will write about the it separately, as it is a great one for this age group, … Continue reading
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What is a number? – First week of Kindergarten Math
My first week of teaching has been a lot of fun! This post is about some of the things we did with the Kindergartners. On the first day, after introductions and getting to know each other, I asked them what … Continue reading
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Tagged 4 years old, 5 years old, arithmetic, fun math, games, Kindergarten, Main Line Classical Academy, what is math
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Diagonal is not straight
Zoe and I often play games where one of us makes a figure with some objects (stones, chips, snapcubes, etc.) and the other one has to make an identical figure. Today, for this purpose, we were using an old Russian … Continue reading
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Nonstandard Division
The game Labyrinth has been a recent favorite at our house. However, this post isn’t so much about the game itself, but rather about Zoe dealing with a certain aspect of the setup: dividing a pile of cards evenly between … Continue reading
Fun Math Festival (Russian version)
[This is the Russian version of the guest post made by my sister, Yulia Shpilman, about the awesome math festival that she organized last weekend.] Ну вот, наконец мы провели у себя в Филадельфии мат игротеку (спасибо Жене Кац за … Continue reading
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Fun Math Festival
[This is a guest post made by my sister, Yulia Shpilman, about the awesome math festival that she organized last weekend.] So I finally did it! I organized a math festival (thank you to Jane Kats for her inspiration and … Continue reading
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Tagged fun math, games, math festival, math play, mathematical art, puzzles, visual math, visual puzzles
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