What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking

What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
What Doesn't Belong: Getting Students to Explain Their Mathematical Thinking
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This is a collection of 25 activities. Students are asked to decide which equation doesn't belong in each group of 4. After making their selection, students are prompted to explain their choice with a number of options at the bottom of the page. This product was designed to hone student's higher order thinking skills as well as build on their conceptual understanding of fact families and other mathematical concepts.
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