NOTE: I was thrilled to be invited by Table Talk Math to write a short piece for their weekly newsletter, and they have graciously allowed me to cross post a slightly expanded version here. 754 more words

## Tags » Spatial Reasoning

#### A celebration of #makingmath

Every #mathart family night I run has its own vibe. Last night it was an out-and-out celebration of multi-generational inquiry, experimentation, persistence, creativity, and, most of all, … 360 more words

#### Moving Scale Math on the Hundred Chart

Chapter Three in *Math on the Move* is titled “Beyond Mnemonics: Getting Starting with Moving-Scale Math.” The chapter is designed as a “zero entry” pool of sorts for whole-body math learning. 306 more words

#### Corners of a Cube

All corners were sliced off a cube whose volume was cubic centimeters. Triangular faces are located where the cube’s vertices were. Each triangle is equilateral with -centimeter sides. 50 more words

#### Taking a Finger Walk (Age 6)

## The Activities

**Topic: Puzzles:**Book: Taro Gomi’s Playful Puzzles for Little Hands. We’re most of the way through now, probably one circle left of puzzles. 388 more words

#### Reasoning about Rotations

I got some Sqairs to try out. Four of them. My kid wanted to play, and I wanted to figure out how these things work. 289 more words

#### TEDx Talk: Jump into math!

My upcoming book reminds us that the body is best positioned as a thinking tool, that math is about more than memorization, and that amazing things can happen when the body and math come together in both dance and non-dance settings. 101 more words