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Delicious Division With Dozens of Donuts!
In this one-time class students will explore the practical number 12 while completing fun (and mouth-watering!) division activities and games based completely on donuts!
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
55 minute class
US Grade 3 - 6
*ESL/EFL friendly! Division gets a bad rap and often ends up scaring (or boring!) students away from the joy of math. This is too bad, because we are constantly dividing in our daily lives, and even young children do it quite naturally (think of sharing snacks fairly or how many toys fit into a space or container...) What matters is HOW division is taught and whether it is presented in a way that is meaningful, contextualized, and relevant (or maybe even fun and delicious!) for students....
Students will be able to: -divide objects equally into groups -express those groups as both division equations and fractions -find fraction of a number (one and a half dozen) -gain familiarity and confidence with the multiples of 12 -gain familiarity and confidence with the factors of 12, 18, 24, and 36
No required homework, but a 30-day personalized link to a practice game will be sent to students after class.
-Students will be completing activities and solving problems directly on Zoom, google slides, or the other applications, so there is no need for paper and pencil unless your child prefers those. -We will be using the websites Nearpod and Blooket for activities and games. Students will be given a code to join the class session and will NOT need to sign-in or create an account. **If I were teaching this class in person, I would bring real donuts for the students to really get a "taste" for division. Obviously I can't do that on this platform, but If you'd like your student to have that full experience, please provide a donut or something donut-like for them to enjoy at the end of class!
I will be continuously assessing students informally through in-class activities and games.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Welcome! My name is Megan and I'm not embarrassed to say it--I love math! And even more than working on math myself, I love teaching math! Teaching math to both elementary and middle school aged kids is my passion. I specialize in mastery math...