Another take on one of my favourite tasks.

# If maths was an animal …

A playful prompt to discover how students feel about mathematics.

# A lesson plan (of sorts) for quadrilaterals

Six activities focused on reasoning with quadrilaterals.

# A serendipitous Pythagorean #LessonStarter

A Pythagorean lesson starter that threatened to take over the lesson.

# Skyscrapers

A hands-on version of one of my favourite logic puzzles: skyscrapers.

# Redux: #NoticeWonder and #PrimeClimb

Building community in the classroom with an exploration of Prime Climb.

# Tangling and untangling

A detailed post describing a workshop activity for Conway's Tangles.

# How many triangles?

A quick problem-solving prompt to encourage creativity.

# Notice and wonder: the Prime Climb hundreds chart

Introducing Prime Climb with Notice and Wonder.

# ‘Notice and wonder’ and ‘slow maths’: reviving an activity that fizzled

Using Notice and Wonder to revive a paper-folding activity.

# Notice and wonder: the world around us

Finding mathematics all around us.

# Notice and wonder: sense making

A couple of ways to explore sense making.

# Activities for Day One: Fold-and-cut, Quarter the Cross

Purposeful activities for the first day of class to challenge and expand perceptions of mathematics.

# Three goals: slow maths, remember the close, different lenses

Three goals for the new semester.