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Math Fact Fluency and Families Part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Maria
35:19
I thought that I had signed up for credit. Could anyone check or send me a check see if I actually did?
Jacob Groll
37:00
Getting ready to send out Lucky 13 for my students to play at home
Donald Torres
37:03
I am experiencing the same…I can not access any assignments
Angel Atkins
37:06
I used different strategies to help students learn multiplication fact 3,4,6,7,8
Deirdre Washburn
37:14
I used the one more bingo…it was a big hit!
Donald Torres
37:24
I did do the card game with my class
Kiersten Kralovetz
37:25
Positive: My class this year is showing alot of persistence! So when they don’t understand the math game right away, they are trying again and not giving up! :D
Shelina Berry
37:26
Add 10 is really being focused on when adding in first grade.
Steph Brewer
37:27
I was excited to see my son’s teacher using strategies for fluency in math!
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
37:27
I do the math games w/ my kids in my multi-grade class and then they do them on their own. They also come in before school to ask to borrow the deck of cards and play on their own in groups.
courtney scoby
37:29
we played bingo this week as well
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
37:30
I deliberately slow down and make space to talk to students and hear about their experiences. Now more than ever it is important to me that they feel listened to.
pamelawellspeters
37:36
I am alone right now. I will be visiting my grandchildren after this class is over and hope to try out all the games at that time.
becky.long
37:38
I played Lucky 13 with some of my parents and they liked it.
Donald Torres
37:38
I have added writing to the equation
Helen Lee
37:38
I’m feeling so lucky—I have the best students in the world. My students will actually tell me if the chat is distracting and request that I turn it off!
Pamella Simpson
37:39
I just got back with our counselor right before this class from finding our run away student and we know she is safe.
Maria
37:41
I am looking for games that I can send things out to teachers.
Donald Torres
37:42
Is that okay
Angel Atkins
37:43
We played Fix Addend War today on Zoom and it was a huge hit. They want to play again
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
37:44
I have shared out versions of the family letters appropriate to each grade level to support teachers supporting families.
wendydouglas
37:47
I am just joining the group. We’ve had some internet and quarantine issues. Glad to be here and ready to learn!
Belinda
37:49
Students in zoom thinking out loud with strategies
Pamella Simpson
37:51
We feel much better knowing she is fine.
faulkner_kimberly
37:56
Played bingo with my class
courtney scoby
38:01
math war was also played this week in class! the kids loved it!
EJ Dorsey KWN
38:07
Pamella that’s great to hear!
EJ Dorsey KWN
38:23
I had a kid turn in a packet for the first time (allegedly) since second grade. He’s a sophomore!
EJ Dorsey KWN
40:37
0
Angel Atkins
40:41
0
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
40:42
1
Kiersten Kralovetz
40:44
1
becky.long
40:45
1
Jacob Groll
40:46
1
courtney scoby
40:47
0
Maria
40:47
1
Luke McDonald
40:47
1
Helen Lee
40:48
1
tdodd
40:48
1
Shelina Berry
40:49
1
Kaleigh Ryno
40:49
1
Susan Smith
40:50
1
Pamella Simpson
40:50
1
Anne Magalsky
40:51
1
wendydouglas
40:51
1
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
40:51
1
Deirdre Washburn
40:53
1
pamelawellspeters
40:54
1
Belinda
40:55
1
faulkner_kimberly
40:55
0
Shelina Berry
41:05
Yes
Maria
41:24
I was thinking efficiency.
Angel Atkins
48:34
I have had to mask my anxiety with math but my kids love math now
Donald Torres
50:02
Would you ever add the writing out the math problems on paper to any of your games.
Donald Torres
50:26
You know like an accountability piece?!
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
52:22
Again, we don’t do them… However, I guess people might use them because it’s what they know.
Donald Torres
52:23
$$$$$$$$$
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
52:24
At some point it became the thing to do. And it stuck.
tdodd
52:24
Part of the curriculum
Lindsay STURM
52:27
They are easy, they’ve always been used
Shelina Berry
52:27
Something we were given in grade school and a tool we are comfortable using.
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
52:28
Learned behavior, we took timed tests so we assume our kids should as well, old habits are hard to break
Kaleigh Ryno
52:29
we use them because this is what we used?
Heidi Wright
52:31
Because they’re easy to administer and make one believe they are getting resuolts
becky.long
52:36
They are easy to score and it was always done that way
courtney scoby
52:38
they are quick and easy
wendydouglas
52:38
accountability?
pamelawellspeters
52:43
Maybe we are not good at assessing them in another way.
Maria
52:47
Tradition, if they can do 100 problems in a few minutes, they know it,
Belinda
52:49
Timed tests often lend a routine of repetition (practice). Many Districts use this type of test for benchmarks and monitoring.
courtney scoby
52:50
you can see who knows the facts quickly
Currier_Katelyn
52:52
The district tells us too
Anne Magalsky
52:52
Because that’s the way it was taught in old teacher ed programs (that automaticity = fluency)
Melissa
52:55
easy to assess fluency using timed tests, can be consistent across district
Angel Atkins
52:55
How it has been done in the past.
Kiersten Kralovetz
52:56
Part of the curriculum, its what has been done, a form of data
tdodd
52:57
Part of the curriculum
Karry Betson
52:58
Old habits, expectations of parents/admin
Pamella Simpson
52:59
We have progress monitoring for RtI and we use AIMSweb which is timed
Maria
53:01
Parents want it
Anne Magalsky
53:25
Principal purchases stuff the staff are expected to use.
EJ Dorsey KWN
53:33
There is a disconnect between learning/performance/mastery that prizes performance over the other two
Aleta
53:34
When giving a Woodcock Johnson test, students are timed, but supposed to keep the focus off the timing—and the assessor is supposed to note the strategies they are using.
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
53:37
DO says to
Aleta
54:37
Formative assessment using a ‘progressing over time’ bar graph to please administrators.
Aleta
54:59
Rubrics
Helen Lee
55:22
RIgid thinking….it’s always been done that way
Pamella Simpson
56:45
100-3==
joelle.gefre
56:46
50 + 50 - 3
Kaleigh Ryno
56:46
make them both 50 and subtract 3
Shelina Berry
56:47
50+50
wendydouglas
56:47
estimate
Luke McDonald
56:48
50 + 50 -3
Shelina Berry
56:48
-3
Deirdre Washburn
56:49
Doubled 48 and added 1
Karry Betson
56:50
50+50-3
Belinda
56:53
50 + 50 -3
Maria
56:54
40+40+17
Angel Atkins
56:54
47+50
Steph Brewer
56:55
50 + 50 then take away 3
Jacob Groll
56:56
Doubles
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
56:59
50+50=100-3=97
becky.long
56:59
Moved 1 from 48 to 49 to get 50
wendydouglas
57:00
count the tens and the ones
pamelawellspeters
57:03
50+50-3
Helen Lee
57:03
8 plus 9, carry the one, 4 times two plus one
Aleta
57:06
Being timed on this is stressful :)
Val McLeod
57:14
regrouped in my head when adding 9 and 8
Gina St Clair
57:14
50 + 50 - 3
Shelina Berry
57:21
lol
Anne Magalsky
57:27
40+40=80 Now add the 17 in to get 97
courtney scoby
58:05
I hate being timmed
Helen Lee
58:22
need to write it down
Kaleigh Ryno
58:25
add to 300 and then add 2
Deirdre Washburn
58:25
Just subtracted...
Anne Magalsky
58:26
600-7
Pamella Simpson
58:30
-300 + 11
Kiersten Kralovetz
58:34
Counted up (added 10+1)
Maria
58:40
291+9=300+2=9+2
Gina St Clair
58:44
300-300-2+7
Maria
58:46
=11
Aleta
58:51
302 carry over 2 to 291 to get 593
Anne Magalsky
58:55
Oops! ! I Added!
Aleta
59:00
Uh oh!!!
Pamella Simpson
59:00
We could ask Siri like I did with my grandson’s math last night. Couldn’t figure it out. Remember I’m the ELA teacher
Aleta
59:05
I added LOL
wendydouglas
59:09
You have 290. count 9 more. Add 2 more
wendydouglas
59:18
you have 11
tdodd
59:23
Count up
Jacob Groll
59:26
Counted on from 291-302
Gina St Clair
59:28
I meant +9
becky.long
59:31
300-2 & 291- 2 then 300-289
Kaleigh Ryno
59:53
15 times 10 plus 5 times 2
joelle.gefre
59:55
12 x 10 + 12 x 5
Heidi Wright
59:59
150 + 30
Deirdre Washburn
01:00:06
Traditional multiplication
Sara Erickson
01:00:06
6 x 30
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:00:07
12^2=144 + 45 = 189
Melissa
01:00:09
(10*12) + (5*12)
wendydouglas
01:00:12
12 x 10; 12 x 5. And ADD!
Jacob Groll
01:00:12
12 times 10 and then 12 times 5
Pamella Simpson
01:00:14
10x10 = 100 + 2x5 =10 + 110
becky.long
01:00:16
Clock has 60 minutes , there are 4 in and hour so that is 3 hours
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:00:18
12*10+12*5Option C.-Read the handout, Assessing Basic Fact Fluency (see below)-What jumped out at you?-Share your thoughts on how you will use this information with your students.-Share an example of assessing without testing.-Note your grade level.•Post your comments.•Read and respond to one other participant’s posting.•Note the Option you are addressing: Webinar 3 Option C.
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:00:21
10X15 +30
Gina St Clair
01:00:40
10 X 10=100, 2 x 5=10, 2x10=20, 5 x 10=50, add
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:00:52
Typo! 180
Maria
01:01:01
354/7=52. I had to write it out
Angel Atkins
01:01:13
Find a compatible number
Heidi Wright
01:01:15
7 into 36 and 14 divided by 2
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:01:15
Seven decks of cards is 364
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:01:26
Partial dividends… I’m saying it, but I’m not picturing it well.
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:01:28
So 52
becky.long
01:01:32
350 /7 then 14 /7
Sara Erickson
01:01:34
Days in a year/days in a week?
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:01:44
Way to go, Becky!
wendydouglas
01:02:02
7 x what is close to 30 something. Okay, so…7 x 50 = 350. Then, you have 364 - 350 = 14 / 7 = 2 . So, 52!
Gina St Clair
01:02:08
7 x 5 =35 so 7 x 50=350. 65-50=14, 14 divided by 7 is 2, 50 + 2=52
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:02:29
3*3*5*7
Heidi Wright
01:02:58
20 x5 +5 = 105 and then x 3
Helen Lee
01:03:04
three times twenty, twenty times 5, then add all together nd then add 3
Deirdre Washburn
01:03:05
63 x 5
Angel Atkins
01:03:09
Same as Heidi
becky.long
01:03:15
(3*5)*20 plus 1 group of 15
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:03:16
Yeah… 63 + 105
Gina St Clair
01:03:32
3x20=60, 3 x 1=3, 3x5=15, add up the answers
Cindi Faubion
01:03:39
I am late but I am here…SORRY
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:03:45
My favorite part of this is that while reading some of your answers, I cannot wrap my head around it but I know we got the same answer. How lucky are your students to have so many different learning options!
Belinda
01:03:46
"Sometimes" the standard algorithm is most efficient and knowing how to do it that way is also part of being flexible.
Heidi Wright
01:03:47
Yeah - those discussion in the classroom were so interesting to me as well as their classmates
Aleta
01:03:49
21X3=63 X 5=315
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:04:00
3 x 20, + 3 x 1 = 63; 5 x 20, 5 x 1 = 105. 105 +63 =168
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:04:16
except I just completely screwed that up!
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:04:19
;P
Anne Magalsky
01:04:32
Use the distributive property
Aleta
01:04:42
63 X 5 ——I visualize stacking them up. Good up to a point
Shelina Berry
01:04:51
21 X 5= 105 Then 105 X 3 = 300 + 15
Anne Magalsky
01:05:01
Yep! :)
Deirdre Washburn
01:05:36
If a student isn’t “getting” it. I will often have students who do get it explain it. It usually helps for students to see it in more ways than one.
Heidi Wright
01:06:07
54 / 9
Sara Erickson
01:06:16
9’s trick
Heidi Wright
01:06:19
Use 9’s muliplyuing
Anne Magalsky
01:06:45
5’s, 10’s doubles and counting up
Aleta
01:07:38
So memorizing strategically makes a lot less memorizing and gives a basis for building “up”
Maria
01:13:51
How accurate would it be if we sent it home and have them record their logic?
Cindi Faubion
01:16:32
Double facts
Melissa
01:16:38
doubles plue one
Anne Magalsky
01:16:42
Subitizing?
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:21:37
Great!
Heidi Wright
01:21:37
Very good
Donald Torres
01:21:46
Pretty confident
Val McLeod
01:21:55
She's so cute! I miss having kids in person! And she's really good at remembering strategies
pamelawellspeters
01:21:55
great on doubling
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:21:55
Good Flexibility- she used different strategies when they made sense to use them
Pamella Simpson
01:21:59
Yes, confident
Anne Magalsky
01:22:01
She recognized her doubles and her + 2’s
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:22:02
She has some doubles, has some automaticity.
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:22:05
Fluency was high and interest level was high
Currier_Katelyn
01:22:07
She was pretty good at describing how she was solving
Deirdre Washburn
01:22:40
She was thinking about her numbers…going through strategies in her head as she was thinking about the numbers
Gina St Clair
01:22:49
Confidence. She didn’t waver.
Anne Magalsky
01:23:01
She loved being so sure of herself and explaining herself! :)
Gina St Clair
01:23:06
She could state the strategies.
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:23:48
She responded really well to being told that it’s okay to just know it. I think that helped her to be willing to show you that confidence
Donald Torres
01:27:42
I like it!
Maria
01:28:43
I give this to other teachers. They all appreciate these games
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:29:01
10?
Deirdre Washburn
01:29:03
10
Lindsay STURM
01:29:04
5
Karry Betson
01:29:06
5
pamelawellspeters
01:29:12
0
Cindi Faubion
01:29:14
20
Donald Torres
01:29:15
Q plus 10
Donald Torres
01:29:20
7 plus 3
Donald Torres
01:29:37
Add the rest
Maria
01:29:51
How do they win?
Maria
01:30:00
Lowest or hightest?
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:30:27
So the score is earned from the “Combinations” column, or the leftovers?
Heidi Wright
01:30:32
9
Maria
01:30:51
10
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:30:56
10?
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:31:00
0 or 10?
Cindi Faubion
01:31:02
9A, 82, 54A
Heidi Wright
01:31:09
Yes I missed an A
Donald Torres
01:31:11
Score zero
pamelawellspeters
01:31:12
0 or 10
Cindi Faubion
01:31:35
64
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:31:41
21
Helen Lee
01:31:49
wouldn’t the score be 0 since you can make 3 10’s?
pamelawellspeters
01:32:01
21
Gina St Clair
01:32:03
31
Heidi Wright
01:32:03
I agree 21
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:32:04
31?
Maria
01:32:06
10 is by itself isn’t the point is 2 cards?
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:32:07
On round 2 you mean?
Angel Atkins
01:32:09
21
Helen Lee
01:32:22
oh, I forgot you can’t add 3 cards!
Jacob Groll
01:32:24
21
Donald Torres
01:32:28
21 or 31
Donald Torres
01:32:39
Fun!!!!
Heidi Wright
01:32:43
3
Angel Atkins
01:32:44
3
Jacob Groll
01:32:44
3
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:32:45
3
becky.long
01:32:46
3
pamelawellspeters
01:32:46
3
Donald Torres
01:32:48
3
Cindi Faubion
01:32:49
3
Maria
01:32:49
3
Deirdre Washburn
01:32:50
3
Gina St Clair
01:32:52
3
Melissa
01:34:00
Is the Make a Ten strategy the same strategy as Combinations of Ten? Pretend a ten is a different strategy 9+3 example?
Donald Torres
01:35:21
Black out!!
Jacob Groll
01:35:45
YES
Angel Atkins
01:35:46
o
Donald Torres
01:38:57
What number should we aim for? multiplication facts to what number? What would you suggest?
Cindi Faubion
01:40:14
You did stress the 2s and 5s right
Donald Torres
01:40:19
Thank you
Donald Torres
01:40:30
That is what I was asking
Cindi Faubion
01:40:57
I have had some of my students in the past do this kind of Race game…They loved it...
Heidi Wright
01:41:27
My rural students loved competing games in math!!!
Donald Torres
01:41:36
Great for predicting
Maria
01:42:49
Or cards
Maria
01:42:58
Take out the face cards
dianakurka
01:44:23
Yes it is in the Resources!
Melissa Crane
01:44:42
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-math-fact-fluency-and-families-fall-2020/
dianakurka
01:44:47
https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-math-fact-fluency-and-families-fall-2020/
Donald Torres
01:44:58
Thank you
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:47:17
I’m out
Sara Erickson
01:47:29
out
joelle.gefre
01:47:34
out
Angel Atkins
01:47:36
out
Steph Brewer
01:47:38
out
Deirdre Washburn
01:47:39
I am out
Donald Torres
01:47:43
out
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:47:46
out
Cindi Faubion
01:47:49
This is fun and helps them understand the actual multiplication
Kaleigh Ryno
01:47:52
out
Anne Magalsky
01:47:55
out
Pamella Simpson
01:47:55
i”m out
pamelawellspeters
01:47:58
in
Cindi Faubion
01:48:45
They could compete with a partner
Angel Atkins
01:50:02
All
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:50:05
All 3
Steph Brewer
01:50:06
All 3
becky.long
01:50:08
all
Belinda
01:50:12
all
Angel Atkins
01:52:32
Phase 1
Heidi Wright
01:52:33
Phase 1
pamelawellspeters
01:52:36
1
Angel Atkins
01:52:45
Phase 2
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:52:48
2
becky.long
01:52:55
2
pamelawellspeters
01:52:55
2
Angel Atkins
01:53:13
Phase 2
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:53:14
2/3
Maria
01:53:15
2
Karry Betson
01:53:15
2
Melissa
01:53:15
phase 3
Heidi Wright
01:53:16
Phase 2/3
pamelawellspeters
01:53:16
2
Jacob Groll
01:53:18
2
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:53:21
2 ->3?
becky.long
01:53:24
2
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:53:44
3
Maria
01:53:46
3
becky.long
01:53:46
3
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:54:46
good
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:54:49
good
becky.long
01:54:50
2
Helen Lee
01:54:52
great
pamelawellspeters
01:54:56
great
Cindi Faubion
01:54:59
Multiple
Cindi Faubion
01:55:26
nothing
Cindi Faubion
01:55:31
Still using fingers
Cindi Faubion
01:55:48
They tried to think though
Maria
01:56:05
Thats me..
Angel Atkins
01:56:54
Kind of like number talks
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:57:44
“What makes you say that?” As a prompt for short answers
Anne Magalsky
01:57:54
How might you think differently about using the strategies you have?
EJ Dorsey KWN
01:58:10
“Do you just know it or did you use a strategy?” is a really good way to unlock kids’ thinking
Melissa
01:58:24
Give some examples of double facts?
Angel Atkins
02:01:25
This week my students learned strategies for multiplying 6, 7, and 8. Today we played the fixed addend war and they were blasting the facts out quickly. They were proud of themselves
Maria
02:02:25
Have them record the answers on their iPads. Explain their thinking
Kiersten Kralovetz
02:02:44
Implement opportunities: games, checkin in one-on-one
Angel Atkins
02:03:03
When I ask for a fact, I can ask how they got that answer and see if another student got the same answer a different way
Susan Smith
02:03:05
As they play a game and is their turn they must say how they are getting their answers before they can count their play.
dianakurka
02:03:06
And we will be following up with this during our online discussions!
Kiersten Kralovetz
02:03:12
Oh! Maria, I like it. Maybe using voicethread on a computer
Pamella Simpson
02:03:15
I want to use the journaling idea
tdodd
02:03:19
I really like the interviewing strategy
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
02:03:22
The games, with thinking out loud, also the interview
Steph Brewer
02:03:23
I love the journaling idea for students to share their thinking
Heidi Wright
02:03:24
I have been talking to families about talking about math with their children and myself have been listening to their stories know what areas to cover to do family math workshops
Jacob Groll
02:03:28
Journal writing/ exit slip
EJ Dorsey KWN
02:03:28
Multi-step problems (I have secondary kids) can go around the group with each kid doing a step, sort of round-robin but not competitive
Kiersten Kralovetz
02:03:44
For families, giving that checklist of strategies and examples of what the child might say outloud
Helen Lee
02:03:44
journaling.
Maria
02:03:48
The iPads could record while they use the markers on keynote to explain.
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
02:03:53
Listening for multiple strategies and connections
Melissa
02:03:56
I like the idea of interviewing just the facts to see what strategies they know
Aleta
02:04:00
I like it all. It’s going to be hard to choose and prioritize until each strategy is learned.
Steph Brewer
02:04:04
Also interviewing with 2 simple questions to listen for strategies and if they are accurate, efficient and fluent
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
02:04:06
I’m excited about interviews
Gina St Clair
02:04:15
4th-observing them play the games and see if they know 2’s, and 5’s which is what we are working on now.
Luke McDonald
02:04:15
The liked the interview idea a lot, especially with validating and valuing all ways of thinking
dianakurka
02:04:28
The articles will be two of the options if you are taking the webinar for credit.
Maria
02:04:34
VHF of math games and playing it.
faulkner_kimberly
02:04:35
I like the idea of doing interviews
dianakurka
02:06:24
Will you also send us the website link along with the QR code?
Aleta
02:06:52
Thank you, Diana, for asking :)
Deirdre Washburn
02:07:33
Nice!
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
02:08:01
Thank you!
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
02:08:04
Thank you Jenny!
Angel Atkins
02:08:11
Thank you Jennifer! Always excited to use what I learn with my students
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:08:36
http://kcm.nku.edu/mathfactfluency/index.php
Gina St Clair
02:08:36
I have previously tried the site and have not been able to get into it.
pamelawellspeters
02:08:44
Thank you
Melissa Crane
02:09:00
Survey Link 3: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2TXZJGJ
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:09:05
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Ilq-cgkkre0I0B25zVMv3FNLtiYMiQWi?usp=sharing
Maria
02:10:05
Casinos has them on sale for $1. If you are in LKSD, Everyday math materials has cards in it.
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:10:51
https://www.google.com/search?q=virtual+dice&rlz=1C1GCEA_enUS860US861&oq=virtual+dice&aqs=chrome.0.0l8.2240j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&safe=active&ssui=on
Maria
02:11:36
Ask the 3card houses in the village if they have cards
Gina St Clair
02:11:37
Our brand new Smart Boards have a dice function.
Susan Smith
02:11:39
Seriously? Who was complaining Jennifer?
Heidi Wright
02:11:58
Wonderful
Gina St Clair
02:12:00
Floor Games!
Kiersten Kralovetz
02:12:01
I got those same cards as a funny present!
EJ Dorsey KWN
02:12:06
Social distancing war with the neighbors?
Susan Smith
02:12:12
I got those too. Use them in my class so kids can give strategies from their seats
Maria
02:12:16
EJ awesome
Melissa Crane
02:12:44
Survey Link 3: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2TXZJGJ
Susan Smith
02:13:11
Boxcars and one-eyed jacks.com has dice and cards
Donald Torres
02:13:22
Always
Susan Smith
02:13:35
and plastic shakers that are weekly pill holders without the days of the week
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:14:25
Love the Distancing War…I may do that with my students next week!
Pamella Simpson
02:14:31
was that reckon.com
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:14:39
reckonmath.com
Maria
02:14:47
I was looking at the resources and couldn’t find the graph paper. Am I just being blind?
Donald Torres
02:14:51
Reckon math.com
Pamella Simpson
02:14:58
thanks!
Melissa
02:15:19
is it free?
Melissa
02:15:25
thanks
Maria
02:15:37
No, I thought it was in the resources.
Maria
02:16:16
I was looking at the wrong resources
Maria
02:16:40
Thank you
Luke McDonald
02:16:43
Thank you!!
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:16:52
j.baywilliams@louisville.edu
Heidi Wright
02:16:54
Thank you for the great meeting with a good topic
Karry Betson
02:16:58
Thank you!
Belinda
02:16:58
Thank you!!!
Val McLeod
02:17:30
Thank you!
Melissa
02:17:36
thank you!
Susan Smith
02:17:47
I did NOAAwebinars, Campbell Creek Center webinar and virualtutors.com WHEW!