I appreciate any math lesson where I give the students minimal instruction, yet the lesson is rich in content and it gets kids to do math. (I’m learning to do more and more of not doing much.) Each student got two pieces of grid paper. Part 1 In portrait orientation, fold paper in half vertically and approximately into thirds horizontally. Unfold paper […]

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