## Gap Filling: Negative Numbers

What it is: Resources for filling in gaps in student understanding.

Levels: B, C, D, E

How to Use It: Videos and resources to use with students to fill in gaps in understanding of Negative Numbers.

## Gap Filling: Division

What it is: Resources for filling in gaps in student understanding.

Levels: B, C, D, E

How to Use It: Videos and resources to use with students to fill in gaps in understanding of Division.

## Gap Filling: Multiplication

What it is: Resources for filling in gaps in student understanding.

Levels: B, C, D, E

How to Use It: Videos and resources to use with students to fill in gaps in understanding of Multiplication.

## Gap Filling: Fractions

What it is: Resources for filling in gaps in student understanding.

Levels: B, C, D, E

How to Use It: Videos and resources to use with students to fill in gaps in understanding of Fractions.

## Gap Filling: Decimals

What it is: Resources for filling in gaps in student understanding.

Levels: C, D, E

How to Use It: Videos and resources to use with students to fill in gaps in understanding of Decimals.

## 3 Act Math Level D

What it is: 3 Act Math is an exploration of math through real-world visual stories and inquiry.

Level: C, D

How to Use It: Guided math inquiry for teachers. Videos, inquiry, investigation, and activities for students.

## 3 Act Math Level C

What it is: 3 Act Math is an exploration of math through real-world visual stories and inquiry.

Level: C

How to Use It: Guided math inquiry for teachers. Videos, inquiry, investigation, and activities for students.

## 3 Act Math Level B

What it is: 3 Act Math is an exploration of math through real-world visual stories and inquiry.

Level: B, C

How to Use It: Guided math inquiry for teachers. Videos, inquiry, investigation, and activities for students.

## Which One Doesn’t Belong

What it is: A math exploration and critical thinking exercise collection.

Levels: A, B, C, D, E

How to Use it: Students explore images and come up with conjectures and proofs about which one doesn’t belong. Strengthens critical thinking, conjectures, proofs, and the idea that there can be multiple ways to look at something. After kids are familiar with Which One Doesn’t Belong exercises, ask them to come up with their own.