Check out this week's newsletter in Spanish, as translated by Ed Campos, Jr.
Taking a look at the four images above, which one of them does not belong in the group? This is a great conversation starter for people of all ages because it encourages us to think about what makes each image unique and how it might have different properties than the others.This prompt comes from a website called Which One Doesn't Belong, or www.wodb.ca, and it is loaded with a variety of free images just like this one. Created by Mary Bourassa and Christopher Danielson, the goal of each WODB is to spark a conversation and to get students engaged in the properties of each image.
Here are some tips on using Which One Doesn't Belong at home:
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Thank you for taking the time to improve math fluency for children, one table talk conversation at a time.