You can hardly get through the week without coding appearing as a headline in the news somewhere. All the big companies are getting involved with coding initiatives and all of the governments are supporting coding with their own endeavours. Here are a few examples: “Google to Donate $190K To 'Black Girls Code' Initiative” "Microsoft Releases 'Minecraft' … Continue reading Coding for Kindergarten!
Rory was writing out numbers the other day and some of them were backward and all I wanted to do was tell him that they were backward and that he should fix them. Instead, I bit my tongue, and silently thought “positive feedback, positive feedback” in my head and then said, “Good job, I see … Continue reading Representing numbers
What are number bonds? Number bonds are just another way to visualize addition facts and are a huge component of Singapore math. What is Singapore math? It is a collection of computation strategies that arose out of Singapore, where students are supposedly ranked among the best in the world in math achievement. So are number … Continue reading The good, the bad, and the ugly about number bonds
...Granny is coming for dinner! Now I’m not just saying this is a problem because she is my mother in law (seriously, I love my MIL!). I’m saying this because this is an example of an appropriate math problem for Oliver! We normally have 4 people at the dinner table, but we just found out, … Continue reading Houston, we have a problem!