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Illustrative Mathematics

Illustrative Mathematics is a free resource for K–12 mathematics teachers. On the Illustrative Mathematics website, teachers can find lesson activities aligned to standards for every grade level. When appropriate, the activities include drawings and diagrams.


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Teaching Mathematics using figures and images is a good idea especially when teaching kids. This type of activity will surely enhance the interests of kids since they're creative thinking and imagination are also being improved. I will surely try this mechanism to my children for them to effectively learn Mathematics with ease.

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Best Math Tutors & Learning Centers Whitestone | JEI Learning Center

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As what majority of the general public will testify, Math is one of the very difficult subject during their schooling years. Me too can attest to that. But in my own opinion, Math is not really hard if we have a high level of interest studying it. But because we hated the subject much, we tend not to study it that hard. My suggestion is to love first the subject so it will love you back too. You know what I mean.  

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Everybody is a Genius: Kid Friendly Mathematical Practices Posters

Everybody is a Genius: Kid Friendly Mathematical Practices Posters | Let's Solve Your Math Problems | Scoop.it

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Chuck Garmon's insight:

Yes! Everyone can be great in Math. No one is exempted as long as you have the confidence to study it with all your heart. If you really can't, then let your child be. Let your child not to hate Math and the idea of having posters related to Math posted on your child's wall will surely help in developing his/her Math skills. 

 

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Laura Spencer's curator insight, August 21, 2013 2:48 PM

Some kid-friendly posters for the Standards of Mathematical Practices