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101 threads found:
  1. Math connections to real life
    Sets of common items that can be used to teach counting, numbers ranging from 2 to 12.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 16 July 2010

  2. Manipulatives
    The positive and negative sides to using manipulatives
    - Date of thread's last activity: 8 January 2007

  3. What should be done with this student?
    Resources for 4 year old elementary school student with abilities higher than age level
    - Date of thread's last activity: 5 January 2007

  4. Teachers
    Problems facing today's teachers.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 8 May 2000

  5. Explaining angle construction
    Ways of explaining construction of an angle to fifth or sixth graders.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 6 May 2013

  6. Dividing fractions
    Why inverting is used in division of fractions
    - Date of thread's last activity: 7 June 2013

  7. Grade standards for mathematics
    Standards for different grade levels
    - Date of thread's last activity: 27 April 1999

  8. Problems with addition and subtraction
    Making addition and subtraction easier to understand
    - Date of thread's last activity: 29 September 2006

  9. Why do we learn math?
    Understanding why we study math
    - Date of thread's last activity: 27 February 2008

  10. Implementation of math manipulatives in grades k-6
    Advantages in implementation of math manipulatives in grades k-6
    - Date of thread's last activity: 20 January 2012

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