Tag Archives: Unit Math
But Honey, You do know the Multiplication Table!
In this video, 7-year-old Autumn proves to herself that she knows the entire multiplication table. Along the way, she summarizes lots of great strategies for learning the facts. Continue reading
Fraction Multiplication via Skip Counting!
In this video, 7-year-old Autumn shows how to use skip counting to do fraction multiplication and division. Watch as she calculates 7 x 2/3 as well as 4 4/5 ÷ 2/5 in her head! Continue reading
Something fun: Have you ever used a ruler to measure a Snafoose?
Have you ever tried to measure a Snafoose while riding a goose? Continue reading
A Quick Comparison of a State Assessment and Eureka Math
We compare types of problems expected on new state assessments with examples from the Eureka Math curriculum. Continue reading
Skip Counting with Fractions
In this “Growing up with Eureka” video, 6-year-old Autumn shows how to skip count by fractions 1/2, 1/3, and 1/5. Continue reading
Remarks on the History of Ratios
What was the definition of ratio used 2400 years ago? Jim Madden expounds on the different definitions of ratio used throughout the centuries. Continue reading
Autumn Multiplying 6×7, 7×7, 8×7, etc.
Autumn and I explore multiplying 6×7, 7×7, 8×7, etc. using unit math. Continue reading
Fluency without Equivocation
What is the difference between fluency and blind memorization, and how does the EngageNY math curriculum achieve automaticity? Read on to find out! Continue reading →