by Ryan and Courtney Flessner
How about some math games and activities to play at home? We've been tweeting—and will continue to tweet—some suggestions and demonstrations, so you can follow us @ryanflessner and @cfless. Below are some ideas to help you get started now.
One more Top-It video for today from @CFless and @ryanflessner (There are more coming because "It's the game that keeps on giving!") This time: Addition Top-It with Three Digit Numbers. Can't wait to see what teachers and families do with this one! #yaymath pic.twitter.com/WpiyWxCGtW— Ryan Flessner (@ryanflessner) March 19, 2020
The Flessners (@cfless, @ryanflessner, the kids, and Kip the pup) are back w/ another math activity. In this first of four videos, we introduce a game, Guess My Sort, we learned from teachers in @MMSDschools. Watch for the next three videos to see how things progress! #yaymath pic.twitter.com/jxnNajiiot— Ryan Flessner (@ryanflessner) March 20, 2020
Welcome back to more math with the Flessners! Today, @ryanflessner and I engage our kiddos in #countingcollectionsathome. Kids likely have all kinds of things to count at home! In this video we introduce the items we gathered to count. pic.twitter.com/Rm9AqeCzEg— Courtney Flessner (@CFless) March 24, 2020
Welcome back to #countingcollectionsathome w/ The Flessners. Adelyn shows us how she counts the Monopoly pieces & a deck of cards. Don't forget to have them document their representations and explain their mathematical thinking. Thanks @ryanflessner for the camera work! #yaymath pic.twitter.com/19reSczTmD— Courtney Flessner (@CFless) March 24, 2020
Finally, we ended our Flessner Family #countingcollectionsathome with how the kids documented their mathematical thinking. Don't forget to follow @ekazemi @meganlfranke @Angelaturrou and #countingcollections for tons of ideas! #yaymath @ryanflessner pic.twitter.com/hDzIPZNPpM— Courtney Flessner (@CFless) March 24, 2020