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MANGO Math March 2017 Calendar Enjoy the fun of MANGO Math’s March calendar These problems provide students with great algebraic thinking skills. Students will start to understand concepts regarding balanced equations. A student can add or subtract the same number of shape or multiply or divide by the same number or shape on both […]
MANGO Math curriculum was used by Marian University’s Summer Learning Institute in their mission to stop and reverse summer learning loss and to offer a unique vehicle for helping to build the STEM infrastructure in Indianapolis, IN. Summer Learning Institute was continuing a 5-year longitudinal research study on Promising Practices for Stopping and Reversing Summer […]
MANGO Math decided to ask people about how math is involved in their work. We decided to take different professions and each month address a different type of job that elementary and middle school students dream of becoming. First one is Athletics people that have both played the game and then made a job of it. […]
Why make a list? I think my first list was to Santa and I am sure the first thing on it was a pony. We all have opportunities in our daily lives to make lists; groceries, packing, daily to-dos. And making a list in math is a great way for students organize their thoughts as […]
Guess and Check – My favorite strategy! Guess and check is exactly what it sounds like. You guess a number, plug it into the problem and see if it works. If not, guess again. This is a strategy I used a lot in school as it was good practice. Having students check an answer is […]