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Worksheet of the Week: Move that Dot

Multiplying decimals can get a bit complicated; however, this can be a lot simpler to understand when we multiply them with factors of 10. In this case, all you have to do is count the number of zeros and move the decimal place that many times. 24 more words

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Bridges Educator Site

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Once logged in, there are five main headings at the top of the home page.   672 more words


Worksheet of the Week: Proportions and Rates

Max knows how pesky it can be to tackle proportions and rate problems. To help you with your own math adventures in school, he designed 20 special questions focused on these topics. 41 more words

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Math Resources

Here I will post resources that parents and students can use to aid in homework completion.  There will be website links and videos so that you can complete homework thoroughly, and have places to go if the math is challenging.

Math Resources

The Struggle is Good

If you haven’t yet discovered the Open Middle site, may I introduce you.  Welcome to the world of challenging, thought provoking problems.  Dan Meyer introduced this concept, creating problems that have a definite beginning and end, but have an “open middle” that creates the space for students to solve problems multiple ways.   514 more words