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Is the Gingerbread Boy a person?

I hosted the younger circle this week.  All 5 kids attended, despite the holiday weekend.

The Activities

  1. Topic: Counting by 5s: Book: Leaping Lizards, by Murphy…
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Age 5

Venn Diagrams

Originally Posted October, 2012

I am taking Math 101 online at the CUNY School for Professional Studies. I am studying Venn Diagrams! In high school, I did not take Algebra, but rather Accounting and Bookkeeping. 38 more words

Back To School, It's Never Too Late

Vennsday | Attitudes to homelessness

The idea sketched out in today’s Venn diagram is that people’s attitudes towards homelessness and homeless people (and everything else) shade together like colours across a spectrum. 343 more words

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How Many Kittens?

The Activities

  1. Topic: Even and Odd: Book: Even or Odd? by J. Mattern.
  2. Topic: Even and Odd: Using one color of glass beads, I took out various numbers of beads between 1 and 10, asked them how many there were, and then asked one of the kids to say whether it was odd or even, and prove it (by grouping it into pairs).
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Age 5

January 29, 2015

AMDM–pages 16 through 19 of the unit packet, applications of probability models. Notes: Notes 012915 written Notes 012915 packet


A Venn Diagram of the Real Number System


Joseph Nebus reblogged this on nebusresearch and commented:

I'm aware that it isn't properly exactly a Venn diagram, now, but the mathematics-artist Robert Austin has a nice picture of the real numbers, and the most popular subsets of the real numbers, and how they relate. The bubbles aren't to scale --- there's just as many counting numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, et cetera) as there are rational numbers, and there are far more irrational numbers than there are rational numbers --- but if you don't mind that, then, this is at least a nice little illustration.