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# MIST Learning

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 "Engaging videos and activities to encourage children to think and ask questions about Math and Science".

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Help children develop an understanding of negative and positive numbers and how they relate to each other on a number line. There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip for you to use to introduce the topic.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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8 ratings
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Watch a short mpg video clip of someone at a bakery making cream puffs, muffins, rolls and tarts to illustrate the concept of tenths and hundredths. Then look at the two page pdf activity guide and choose from a list of related activities for
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First watch a short mpg video where a lavatory flushes, a kettle is filled with water, washing up and brushing teeth, a baby in a bath, a washing machine, a car wash, a boy waters plants, a man drinks water, so do cows, fish in a tank, ducks and a
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Learn to use simple percentages and to calculate percentages of things. There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip for you to use to introduce the topic. Children will see real world situations which are central
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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1 rating
4.0
Help children understand number sequences and use patterns to learn to predict and check subsequent numbers in a series. There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip for you to use to introduce the topic. Children
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Explore halves and quarters in many different contexts and learn about the relationship between them. There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip for you to use to introduce the topic. Children will see real
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1 rating
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The purpose of these activities is: -To learn about creating fractions from examples of everyday life - to learn more about the equivalence of fractions There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip for you to use
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Broaden childrenâ€™s perception of length as the only linear measure, and include width, height, depth, thickness, perimeter, circumference, radius, diameter, distance and girth as examples of linear measures. Involve children in decision-making and
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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1 rating
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First watch a short video clip showing a woman on the sea shore gazing out on the ocean, clouds move across the sky, a small stream, a larger stream and an animated sequence showing the water cycle. Then use the activity guide to find suggested
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First, there is a short mpg video clip showing cars negotiate a flooded road, a flood in the 'High Street', two people walk across a dry plain in a Africa and sit down for a rest. Then, there is a lesson guide with suggested activities to increase
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Help children to become more familiar with multiplication tables. Using the grid, help children to look for patterns in the multiplication of numbers and highlight the commutativity of multiplication ie that 2x8=8x2 There are two parts to this
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Help children use addition and subtraction facts ie number bonds, within a range of contexts. Help them practise and begin to remember these number bonds, especially up to 10 and then apply known number bonds in adding more than 2 digits
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Watch a short mpg video showing two girls preparing an investigation into the pressure of air. A newspaper is laid out on a table surface, a ruler is placed between the table surface and the newspaper. One girl hits the end of the ruler with a
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Watch a short mpg video clip about sorting bottles, sorting rubbish and sorting a drawer of stationery. Then look at the two page pdf activity guide and choose from a list of related activities for individuals or the class. As well as things to
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1 rating
4.0
The purpose of these activities are: - To learn about thirds, fifths and sixths (as well as halves and quarters) of numbers, of shapes and of measures - To develop an understanding of equivalent fractions There are two parts to this math
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Activity aims: * To learn how decimal tenths are written * To practise using tenths as decimals in a variety of contexts There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip for you to use to introduce the topic. Children
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1 rating
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Aims: *To help children to understand simple ratios (in the form of â€˜1 to somethingâ€™) in different contexts. *To help children to recognise ratios in everyday life. First, there is a short video clip for you to use to introduce the topic. Children
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Focus on the importance of where digits are placed in a number, and their value ie place value and help children explore our Base 10 number system and to develop an understanding of it There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a
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1 rating
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Help children see numbers in spatial arrays and to look for and describe number patterns. There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip for you to use to introduce the topic. Children will see real world situations
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Help children focus on sequences that repeat and help them look for the unit of repeat. Provide practice in creating repeated patterns at various levels of complexity. There are two parts to this math resource. First, there is a short video clip
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

MIST stands for Mentored Investigations into Science and Technology. MIST Learning is actually a team of experts rather than one teacher! They work together with the aim of bringing both science lessons and math lessons alive.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands on learning with open questioning

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

None yet! So here is a quote: "MIST is an engaging and challenging complement that enhances typical elementary science instructional materials." Dr Fred Finley, Assoc. Professor, Science Education, University of Minnesota

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

The MIST core team comprises: Dr Ann Benbow - Educational Adviser (adviser to various national pre-High School science programmes) Colin Mably - Educational Editor (University teacher in education, educational writer)

The videos have been put together by Peter Morley - an award winning TV producer and director

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