Hello everyone. This post is part one of a three part series of an introduction to set theory with some logic topics.

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Hello everyone. This post is part one of a three part series of an introduction to set theory with some logic topics.

**Table of Contents…** 1,248 more words

Writing About: Big family things, in little labels that fit inside of circles or boxes.

The last day of July and first day of August saw enough mathematically-themed comic strips to fill a standard-issue entry. The rest of the week wasn’t so well-stocked. 908 more words

**Topics: Addition, Graphs, Time:**Book: Get Up and Go! by S. Murphy.**Topics: Logic, Venn Diagrams:**First, we did our standard Venn diagrams activity using fairy tale characters. 589 more words

So you’ve made it through my posts about Venn Diagrams. You might be thinking: “Okay, it’s *obvious* that students need to use Venn Diagrams in language arts, but math??” 696 more words

Hello again! In the last post, I talked about the general idea of venn diagrams. I shared some ideas and tools to practice sorting, but let me take a step back and cover some of the vocabulary that comes with venn diagrams. 327 more words