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I created this site with community in mind. I wanted to connect parents and teachers so that everyone could learn from each other, support one another, and help each other apply what they learn. I hope for it to be a hub through which you can share and feel a kinship with others who are guiding young students in their math education.

I do my best to moderate and guide people to helpful resources, and encourage others to do the same!

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This summer I attended the Early Math Collaborative at the Erikson Institute in Chicago. The director of the Collaborative, Lisa Ginet, had this to say regarding math games in an interview with Amanda Armstrong for Edutopia: “We…talked a lot about math games as good meaningful situations and also as ways to involve parents and children in math learning together. Teachers had found in their experience that playing good, easy-to-explain math games with the kids at school and encouraging parents to play them at home gave them a context that everybody understood and was not very stressful, and parents felt like they were doing something good for their kids’ math.”

Find math game ideas here: booksmartmath.com/games/
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I can lead a custom program for parents and/or teachers about incorporating literature and games in math education.

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