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### What's in a Name?

3-5

Explore
sets of names and create bar graphs, pictographs, glyphs, and circle graphs. ### Whelk-Come to Mathematics

9-12

Explore sets of names and create bar graphs, pictographs, glyphs, and circle graphs.

### Picture Books and Patterns in Numbers

3-5

This series of problems is based on the characters and
themes in “Black Dog,” by Pamela Allen. The picture book is not essential to
the teaching. However, it is used as an engagement tool that gives context for
the following story-based problems and mastering number, pattern, and algebraic
reasoning. ### 4.6.1 Estimating Scoops

Pre-K-2

Present an
estimation task and reflect on teaching decisions.### 4.6.3 Estimating Cranberries

Pre-K-2

Estimate the number of cranberries rather than the number of scoops.### 4.4.1 Tangram Puzzles

Pre-K-2

Choose a picture and use all seven pieces to fill in the outline.### 5.1.2 The Role of the Teacher

3-5

Two video clips illustrate communication about mathematics among a teacher and her students.### 5.1.3 Communication among Students

3-5

Use communication as a tool to deepen their understanding of mathematics.### 5.1.4 Reflecting on Practice

3-5

The teacher reflects on her own mathematical learning.