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Included are the support materials for Grade 2 Blended Learning Math - Unit 3.13: Problem Solving:
- YouTube video on problem solving strategies for addition and subtraction to 18
- Manipulatives and Templates to support Unit 3
- Assessment and Evaluation for Unit 3

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Sun West Distance Learning Centre (DLC)
02/25/2019
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The purpose of this lesson is to use personal strategies to add and subtract.
Included is a YouTube video to support Grade 3 Blended Learning Math - Unit 3.12: Addition and Subtraction - Addition and Subtraction Problems

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Sun West Distance Learning Centre (DLC)
03/14/2019
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Figure This! Math Problem Solving Challenge for Families

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Math
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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
NCTM
10/31/2018
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Four Corners Graphic Organizer for Math
Main idea, connect, brainstorm, solve, write.

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Zollman
12/05/2018
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“When will we ever use this in the real world?”
Real world math examples and solutions from the University of Waterloo.

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Math
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02/24/2020
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The tools for educators include:
~ Problems of the Month - The Problems of the Month are non-routine math problems designed to be used schoolwide to promote a problem-solving theme at your school. Each problem is divided into five levels of difficulty, Level A (primary) through Level E (high school), to allow access and scaffolding for students into different aspects of the problem and to stretch students to go deeper into mathematical complexity.
~ Jumpstart Guide for Practitioners - guide to accompany the Problems of the Month
~ Formative Re-engaging Lessons - Formative Re-Engaging Lessons involve a cycle of inquiry, instruction, assessment, analysis, selection, and re-engagement around a mathematical concept. Each Formative Re-Engaging Lesson includes a classroom video of the lesson, downloadable lesson plan, student pages, pre- and post-assessments, and supporting instructional materials.
~ Classroom Videos
~ Resources for Social and Emotional Learning in Mathematics Classrooms

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University of Texas
06/02/2021
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"Named in honour of the mathematician Emmy Noether, this free online project aims to encourage the participation of both teachers and students at the Grade 5 and 6 level in solving problems for enjoyment and satisfaction. The 'circle' symbolizes an inclusive and collaborative setting, open to a variety of ability levels, wherein mutual support enhances individual investigations.

Each Circle is a set of six problems, plus hints, suggestions, and solutions. The problems can be used individually, or as a set, as time permits. While group work is a major focus, most problems are also accessible to students who prefer to work on their own."

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Design - Graphics University Of Waterloo
02/24/2020
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The Problem of the Week is designed to provide students with an ongoing opportunity to solve mathematical problems.

Each week, problems from various areas of mathematics will be posted here and e-mailed to teachers for use with their students from grades 3 and up.

Current week and past problems with solutions are available.

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University of Waterloo
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10/31/2018
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"The Problem of the Week is designed to provide students with an ongoing opportunity to solve mathematical problems. Each week, problems from various areas of mathematics will be posted here and e-mailed to teachers for use with their students from grades 3 and up."

This is great way to stretch your mathematical muscle and develop good problem solving skills (Understand, plan, solve, reflect).

Solutions are always provided!

Archives of past questions are also available.

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University of Waterloo
Design - Graphics University Of Waterloo
12/12/2019
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Get DEEPER Math learning from your students. Get them thinking.

Worksheets and THINKING activities are organized by strand on the right side of the website.

There is a great worksheet called "Open Middle Worksheet" on the top right for kids to document their process for problem solving. It gives them up to 6 attempts and the ability to explain what they have learned and how they need to change their approach for the next attempt.

This site accompanies the book "Open Math" by Robert Kaplinsky, but you do NOT need the book to benefit from these excellent questions.

Click "Get Our Favorite Problems" to get started (you will need to enter your info.) or use the menu organized by grade and strand on the right side of the page.

Free webinars are also recorded and available for elementary and secondary teachers to help "rethink classwork"

Example Question - Grade 3 - How many numbers are there between 1 and 3? (great way to introduce fractions).

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Robert Kaplinsky
11/20/2019
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Tiny Polka Dot is the playful way for children ages 3 – 8 and up to fall in love with numbers. It has eye-catching, colorful cards and 16 easy-to-learn games, Tiny Polka Dot is built to grow with your child, teaching critical skills in counting, arithmetic, and logic along the way.

This downloadable file contains everything you need to print out a Tiny Polka Dot starter deck. It
contains the 3 core suits of the game, which should be enough to get kids started with all
the games and puzzles.

This is a printer-friendly version, so it should go easier on your printer ink.

This file also includes instructions, rule cards, and the Guide for Grownups,

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Math
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mathforlove
02/11/2022
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"Mathematics is a creative subject. It involves spotting patterns, making connections, and finding new ways of looking at things. Creative mathematicians play with ideas, draw pictures, have the courage to experiment and ask good questions.

Wild Maths is a collection of mathematical games, activities and stories, encouraging you to think creatively. We've picked out some of our favourites below - have a go at anything that catches your eye. If you want to explore games, challenges and investigations linked by some shared mathematical areas, click on the Pathways link in the top menu."

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Math
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Wild Maths
11/01/2022
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“Would you Rather?” daily math challenges...usually money related.

Copy and paste this URL to give the students a worksheet to help them make and back up their decision.