1. Cuadros fraccionados

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    improvisación con VDMX + cuadro con QTZ. e usado un ptach simple de QTZ con un cuadro, en dos layers de VDMX con un Tap creando un Feedback. asignado a varios parametros de audio y waveform. la Musica es de Monoceros - Fractions (2.0)

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    • How to Begin Teaching Fractions with Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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      Basic introduction to how to teach fractions using Cuisenaire Rods. Cuisenaire Rods provide a visual and tactile way for children to interact with fraction concepts. They should have plenty of time to investigate and discover relationships before you start sharing rules with them. Watch my other fractions videos to find out more! Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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      • Introducing Fractions with Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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        How to go from an understanding of 1/2 to knowing how to do 3/5 x 10. It's not hard with Cuisenaire rods! The trick is to use the word "of" when reading the multiplication symbol. Everything becomes clear! I learned this from the Miquon math curriculum. It is a WONDERFUL program that uses Cuisenaire rods to teach concepts and it is extremely inexpensive - totally worth it to try at home with your K-4th grade children! If I could only choose one math program to use with my kids, this would be the one! Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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        • Single Color Trains (Multiplication, Division, and Fractions with Cuisenaire Rods) - Math Video

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          Here is an excellent activity to do with preschoolers (or any age when first working with Cuisenaire rods!) to help them internalize more of the structure of our number system. This is the gateway to learning multiplication, division, and fractions. Even very young children can begin to learn about these topics when they are presented this way. You will spend a lot more time teaching these concepts if you only use pencil and paper to introduce them! Cuisenaire rods help children and adults to SEE the patterns inherent in our number system. Watch more educational videos at www.educationunboxed.com.

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          • A First Lesson on Fractions using Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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            This video shows me introducing fractions with Cuisenaire Rods to a friend of my daughters. It's pretty easy to see that oftentimes the child leads the way in the discussion, sometimes rushing ahead of you and sometimes needing more time to digest the concepts. The most difficult part of doing fractions this way is changing the names of the rods, calling something other than the white rod "one." Therefore, this activity should be done many times with different rods named as "one" before trying to introduce more complex concepts. Having the ability to rename any rod as "one" or the "whole" makes adding and subtracting fractions later on very easy because children can switch back and forth between regular multiplication with the rods (where white is "one" in order to find the LCM) back to thinking in terms of fractional parts of whatever rod length is the denominator. And it makes it easier for them to know which rods to grab if, for instance, they want to find 7/8 of the orange-orange-purple (24) rod.

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            • Intro to Ratios Using Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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              Cuisenaire Rods provide a concrete way to talk about the concept of ratios. The "I get, you get" idea comes from Crewton Ramone's House of Math - lots of great ideas there! Using manipulatives to teach complex math concepts will bring a wider range of children to understanding than the traditional formula-driven way of teaching. Children with visual and kinesthetic learning styles will especially benefit from this style of instruction. For more math videos, visit www.educationunboxed.com!

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              • "How Crazy Can You Make It?" ... (All Kinds of Math Happening Here!) - Math Video

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                This activity comes from the Miquon math curriculum. It's a great way for kids to consolidate their knowledge of our number system, to think critically, and expand their understanding of numbers. Encourage your kids to be as creative (or CRAZY) as possible when they do this. Creating more complex problems will develop their math skills tremendously! This would also be a good activity to do in small groups so the children can have discussion about their ideas and learn from each other. Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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                • Talking About Halves with Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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                  This video shows me introducing my 4 year old to the idea of "half" using Cuisenaire Rods. Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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                  • Brownie Video Problem

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                    • Multiplying a Fraction By a Whole Number - Math Video

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                      This concept can be introduced in 1st and 2nd grade with small numbers, then increased to larger numbers as the child becomes more comfortable with multiplication of whole numbers. It's easy when you can SEE it! See www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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