Tag Archives: series

Being Brave

Being Brave

Part of Five Minute Friday – Here are some thoughts on being brave in teaching and learning math.More

Variations on the Number 4

Variations on the Number 4

Here are some variations on the number 4. Some are nice, some are a little freaky.More

Variations on the Number 3

Variations on the Number 3

Have you seen these variations on the number 3? There’re also a few facts about three!More

Beloved – Be Loved? Twice Loved? Opposite of Loved?

Beloved – Be Loved? Twice Loved? Opposite of Loved?

What DOES beloved mean? Is that “be” like a 2 or a negative in front of “loved”?More

Variations on Numbers

Variations on Numbers

Do you practice fact families with your children? How about variations on different numbers? This is the first in a video series showing variations on numbers. Check it out!More

What is a Ruler and Compass Construction?

What is a Ruler and Compass Construction?

Inspired by Oleg Gleizer’s teacher interview question, this is the definition and the start of a series on ruler-and-compass constructions. More

Mathematician Parent: Libby Often

Mathematician Parent: Libby Often

Math mom, teacher and student, Libby Often shares her thoughts on the challenges and hopes of sharing math with her sons and her students.More

Playing with Algebra Concepts

Playing with Algebra Concepts

Introduce your children (and yourself) to the commutative and associative properties by starting with some fun toys. Get crazy and get weird!More

Mathematician Parent: Jennifer Wilson

Mathematician Parent: Jennifer Wilson

Mom of 6 and 9 year old daughters, Jennifer Wilson is a high school super-tech math teacher. Here she shares her thoughts on math in parenting.More

Mathematician Parent: David Wees

Mathematician Parent: David Wees

This week’s math parent has a five year old who knows almost as much math as he does. And more science!More