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Topic: Math in Games

Topic Posted by: Rebecca Corwin (rcorwin@lesley.edu )
Date Posted: Wed Mar 8 18:39:31 US/Eastern 2000
Topic Description: Finding the math in children's games is sometimes a difficult task. Let's talk about some of the games you listed during the second show!!!

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Posted by: Mary LeFever (lefever@upper.capemayschools.com )
Organization:Upper Township Primary School
Date posted: Wed Apr 26 7:00:58 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: Math Games
Message:
I teach second grade. I would like to include a Math
game workshop with parents involved. I also feel it will be a good topic for a back to school night in September when the parents are freshly motivated after the summer. I would welcome any suggestions.

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karenThu Aug 24 10:01:08 2006

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Posted by: Karen Kinyon (K_Kinyon@wetn.pbs.org )
Date posted: Mon Apr 3 22:08:21 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: math in games
Message:
After thinking about the math in games, I decided to plan a Family Math Night around games that the children are familiar with. A note was sent home for families to list games that they thought had math in them and a willingness to bring the game(s) Math Night....planned for end of April. That night there will be signs such as time, money, patterns, numbers etc. up around our gym with families cued ahead of time as to where to place their game for sharing. It is my hope to tie the home connection of math to what is done at school.

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Math Games
Rebecca CorwinWed Apr 5 21:15:25 US/Eastern 2000
Math in Games
Laura GoodreauMon Apr 24 9:02:40 US/Eastern 2000
Math games
Karen KinyonSun Apr 30 11:37:17 US/Eastern 2000
Math Night
Karen KinyonSun Apr 30 11:43:26 US/Eastern 2000
Math night
Diana BaconWed May 10 12:50:43 US/Eastern 2000
Math Night
Pam NokkentvedMon Feb 7 19:05:20 2005

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