Mary surveyed students in her school to find out what their favourite sports were.
Out of 1,200 students, 455 said hockey was their favourite sport.
#hcdsbmath pic.twitter.com/x64Vahvq LB— AHerder (@Miss Herder) March 1, 2019It was an @openmiddle showdown in 5th grade! One student even asked me for his paper during recess so he could try to get even closer!
#wearegrandview #iteachmath #mtbos #productivestruggle pic.twitter.com/u51e54W7zl— De Laina Ellis (@dellis5th) January 12, 2019Used an @openmiddle problem to work on finding the largest value for x.
The school’s senior band has 18 saxophone players and 29 trumpet players.
Which band has the higher ratio of trumpet to saxophone players?
Lionel loves soccer, but has trouble motivating himself to practice. There is a proportional relationship between the amount of drills Lionel completes, in Aaron’s candy container is 20 centimetres tall, 10 centimetres long and 10 centimetres wide.
Bruce’s container is 25 centimetres tall, 9 centimetres long and 9 centimetres wide. Based on volume, whose container can hold more candy?
My first time trying an @openmiddle problem with my students today. After a few minutes going at it (and coming up with more than one solution) they asked “can we do another one? ” pic.twitter.com/Y8Bjb Ud H9q— Marguerite Spriggs (@mspriggs30) November 16, 2018Thanks to @openmiddle for this question to consolidate our learning @Marguerite HCDSB.
Grade 7’s are encouraged to challenge family at home to continue their math talk and reasoning beyond school.