Videos of children thinking through math problems.
October 11, 2016
A child is pushed to decipher the repeating pattern in an array of blocks. Then he attempts to continue the pattern.
This second grader demonstrates an interesting choice for a mathematical model by graphing.
A student explains how his classroom's attendance chart is used.
A student counts backwards and forwards on a number line with hidden digits.
In this one-on-one conversation, an English Language Learner in kindergarten explains his thinking while working through a number story about people getting on and off of the bus.
A student organizes rocks into different groups based on their unique characteristics.
A kindergarten student organizes a collection of rocks into unique sets. Simple questions can result in explorations in core math concepts such as grouping. In this case, some very unusual groups are created.
A child makes different groups out of a collection of keys.
A child compares two small sets of wooden cubes.