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    Number Talks (math talks) basics and questioning/conversation strategies. Free!

    Math Questioning Strategies

    Math higher level thinking questions

    math talk cards and some other great math ideas

    GREAT resource aligning with Common Core 8 Math Practices. This document refers to what mathematicians do: talk about math, explain their thinking, make predictions, work together, compare, make mistakes, record thinking, change their ideas, check their work and look for challenges!

    At last! A teacher doing Daily 5 math with some super ideas!

    Math Talk Prompts

    Literally "Walking through Math Problems": Great for any student who struggles with explaining their thinking

    3rd Grade Maryland Common Core Math

    Nice set of student guidelines for work in math stations.

    Math Coachs Corner: Math Games with a Deck of Cards

    Math Talk Teacher poses questions to the students to lead the conversation. By changing the question from "What answer did you get?" to "How did you solve this problem?" the teacher is able to understand how the students are making sense of mathematics.

    Blog post about explicitly teaching math behaviors...Common Core math practice standards

    These are good frames for students to use when having discussions in class.

    Education to the Core: Put Accountable Talk Statement Posters on the wall to remind kids of how to use them in academic conversation!

    A fun way to display learning about flips, slides and turns...

    Math Talk Anchor Chart - image only

    Ultimate Math Sheet / 2 color sets, designed for A Beka but works for any curriculum || Le Chaim (on the right) blog

    Oxford International Primary Science takes an enquiry-based approach to learning, engaging students in the topics through asking questions that make them think and activities that encourage them to explore and practise. ISBN: 9780198394822

    What Happens in First Grade: math...could be great enrichment activity for high achieving math students