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Math labs in the classroom or math enrichment

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From: Marielouise (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: May 23, 2001 at 22:59:09
Subject: Re: Math labs in the classroom or math enrichment

Hi, Lee,

I am not an elementary teacher but rather a high school teacher. For the 
past 11 years I have worked with elementary teachers, students, and parents 
using the Family Math materials. You can purchase this book from: 

Family Math  by Stenmark, Thompson, and Cossey.
ISBN # 0-912511-06-0

from 

Dale Seymour Publications
Pearsons Learning
 PO Box 2649
Columbus, OH 43216-2649

www.pearsonslearning.com

800-321-3106

Price is: $20.85

There are 100 activities that can be done by the parent and a student. You 
could choose and provide the student with a copy of the pages or tear the book 
apart and/or let your child take the book to school. When your child returns 
home you can discuss what s/he has done. S/He will need to bring some things 
from home: a set of dice, some beans, a calculator, graph paper, etc. You 
can provide these. These activities are not boring!!!

I wish you well.

 -Marielouise, for the T2T service

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