~Third graders learning and sharing together~
Dear Mrs. Yollis,Learning about decimals is fun! When I was getting all of my pennies together, I sorted them into ten piles of ten.Happy decimals,Trent :-)
Dear Mrs. Yollis,Thank you for all that Ethan is learning in math. The decimals, fractions, etc.. are not only classwork and homework for him, but I really see him utilize these skills in his activities of daily living (purchasing goods/paying cashier, measuring, etc.). For Ethan, it has really brought about a sense of independence in this area of socialization skills. As a parent, it's really rewarding for me to see.Sincerely,Ethan's mom
Alex yet again! That is an awesome video! I actually learned how to read decimals better. Way to go guys! Keep up the good work.
Dear Mrs. Yollis,I love your post of decimal. Paul shows great insterest in math, decimals, fractions, shapes... and he is really into it. I hope that he will continue in this direction as math is the fundation of science. Sincerely,Jade (Paul's mom)
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