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From: Owen <owenbprince@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2008063013:10:49
Subject: Re: Mulitage calssroom teaching Math

To: Iram Jilani <Iavaprincipal@yahoo.com>
Subject: Mulitage calssroom teaching Math

   You may want to try teaching "DotMath for kids" in your multiage
classroom.  You can teach this to k-4 students without a grade level
or ability level specified.    
This is a system that starts teaching what a number is and then how to
memorize combination patterns in a way that helps students remember
faster and longer.   There is 
A built in memory code that associates the numbers to a value, an
animal and its name.
It then builds on the memory code into addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division. 
“The Fun Book”  starts as a coloring book and then is used as a work
book.  The students 
can work on the “DotMath for kids” system at their own pace so no
child is held back and no students needs to feel like they are behind
because they all work at their own speed. 
   You can find the “dotmath for kids” site with the search box.  You
can copy the charts from the site for FREE  if you agree to the site
rules.  



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