Videos that ask students how many solutions they can find. Then they look for patterns. Then they make a statement about their new thinking.

Typical practice problems don't move students up Bloom's Taxonomy. With this framework, you'll see kids stop and *really* think about how to approach multi-digit addition.

How many different ways can you make this math statement true using only the digits one through nine?

How many different ways can you make this math statement true using only the digits one through nine?

Typical practice problems don't move students up Bloom's Taxonomy. With this framework, you'll see kids stop and *really* think about how to approach multi-digit subtraction.

How many different ways can you make this math statement true using only the digits one through nine?

Typical practice problems don't move students up Bloom's Taxonomy. With this framework, you'll see kids stop and *really* think about how to approach multi-digit subtraction.

How many different ways can you make this fraction subtraction statement true using only the digits one through nine?

How many different ways can you make this fraction addition statement true using only the digits one through nine?

How many different ways can you make this fraction multiplication statement true using only the digits one through nine?

How many different ways can you make this fraction multiplication statement true using only the digits one through nine?

How many different ways can you make this fraction division statement true using only the digits one through nine?

How many different ways can you make this fraction division math statement true using only the digits one through nine?