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Figure Me Out!

I got this idea from my peer teacher, Nina. It's a great way for students to share about themselves. I think it would be perfect for a first day of school activity. I would start by having the students first write the numbers. Later, once we have learned about multiplication and division, I would have them create the equations. Finally, they can put it all together in time for Open House.

It can be easily adapted for the younger grades by using addition and/or subtraction. It can be adapted for older grades with exponents, multi-step problems, and including fractions or decimals. Thanks to my friend Nannette for inspiring me with her sample.
Great ideas!

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ReplyDeleteTara

The Math Maniac

Love this idea!

ReplyDeleteReally liked this. Thanks for sharing. I can do it with more complex problems for them to practice Orders of Operation.

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ReplyDeleteI love this idea.Great way for students to do math and have fun.

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ReplyDeleteGreat idea. I will title this Math About Me.

ReplyDeleteVery cute for Open House!!!

ReplyDeleteExcellent way to expose children to the numbers all around them and get them doing equations. Love it!

ReplyDeleteGoing to adapt this for my French students. Merci : )

ReplyDeleteThis is an amazing idea! Thank you for sharing :)

ReplyDeleteI'm so glad you and your teaching partner liked my Figure Me Out activity! It really gives my 4th graders a new outlook on math during the first week of school. I think parents love the displays even more than they do.

ReplyDeletewhat was your objective? I'm still in school and I'm just trying to get a hand of making objectives.

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