Wednesday, October 20, 2010


We combined art and math yet again in Room 13!  This week, students reviewed Frames-and-Arrows...a concept introduced in first grade.  Frames-and-Arrows problems are a fun way for students to think algebraically! A “rule” is given (ex. +2) and then students must fill in empty “frames” by following this rule:

After working together to complete a few Frames and Arrows diagrams, students then created their own, individual diagrams with construction paper and good thinking! The final masterpieces are displayed in the hallway outside of our classroom. Take a look below to see students in action!

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