Tag Archives: proportional reasoning

Between 2 Numbers

I created a new site, it’s called Between 2 Numbers. From the About/Contact page: The inspiration for this site came from John Allen Paulos’ book Innumeracy. I read the book back in 2008, but reading it again this past summer reignited the inspiration and turned it into fruition. In my lesson plan spreadsheet, I started a […]

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Greenies

Our black lab Mandy is 3.5 years old, weighs a ton, and her breath used to smell like death. Until we started giving her one Greenies a day. My husband orders them from Amazon, he also gets them for our neighbor’s small dog Bailey. Although both boxes weigh the same 36 ounces, Bailey gets 130 treats in the Teenie size and Mandy […]

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Rates and Proportional Reasoning

I’ve been hyper focused on “rates” and “proportional reasoning” for a project I’m working on. Not that one has to look far and wide either, unit rates and proportions are all around us. We intentionally and inadvertently compare things. (HA! I didn’t even realize what this product was until I’m cropping and re-sizing them for this […]

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