Where's the Math? Video series

K-6 math teachers: are you looking for ways to prompt your students to ask questions and figure out answers? Videos in this series are simple and short, shot in familiar everyday settings. But each one contains nuggets of content that you could use to ask your students relevant, challenging questions. Be sure to share students' responses in the Comments section under the video, and click the "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" arrow so I know what's working, and what's not.
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Where's the Math #22 for Grades 4-6: Highway Tessellations

Where's the Math for Grades Highway Tessellations

Where's the Math #24 for Grades K-1: Number Line Jumping

Where's the Math for Grades Number Line Jumping

Where's the Math #18 for Grade 1 or 2: Can You Figure Out How Many Cubes?

Where's the Math for Grade 1 or Can You Figure Out How Many Cubes?

Where's the Math #14 For Grades 4-6: How Tall is This Ladder?

Where's the Math For Grades How Tall is This Ladder?

Where's the Math #11 for Grade 1 or 2: Using Ten Frames to Visualize Add...

Where's the Math for Grade 1 or Using Ten Frames to Visualize Addition

Where's the Math #27 for Grades 4-6: Optometrist's Query

Where's the Math for Grades Optometrist's Query

Where's the Math #26 for Grades 3-5: PO Boxes Multiplication

Where's the Math for Grades PO Boxes Multiplication

Where's the Math #25 for Grades 3-6: Clock Conundrum

Where's the Math for Grades Clock Conundrum

Where's the Math #21 for Grades 2-3: Ferris Wheel Counting

Where's the Math for Grades Ferris Wheel Counting

Where's the Math #19 for Grade 6: Fraction Addition With Pattern Blocks

Where's the Math for Grade Fraction Addition With Pattern Blocks

Where's the Math #17 for Grade 4 or 5: Doubling and Doubling and Doublin...

Where's the Math for Grade 4 or Doubling and Doubling and Doublin.

Where's the Math #16 for Grade 2: Place Value Problem Using Bundling Sticks

Where's the Math for Grade Place Value Problem Using Bundling Sticks

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