Have you heard of a fact family? Does it make you think of the math mob? Or the truth police? Actually, it's a math term.

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You may be an optimist. You may always see the positive side of things. But in math, you gotta hang on to your negatives.

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What you find hard about math, others may find easy.

How do you view your students - individuals or assembly line components? How were you viewed by your teachers?

Sometimes you have to throw away the book and ignore the teacher and just do math your own way!

There’s only a handful of actors in “math world.” Depending on the show, they play different parts: inverses, identities, etc.

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You can learn all you need to know about math from computer programming and coding. And I’m going to start writing about it more!

Are you ready for your kids to be home for 5 days straight? Try this simple and cheap craft to keep them busy and support holiday math learning.

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Whether you're doing ELF on the SHELF this year or the classic Advent Calendar, you can integrate some number and shape practice in your holidays.