Which One Doesn’t Belong – Day 10

Which One Doesn’t Belong is one of my favorite routines to use with students. Students choose which one they think does not belong from a group of images. The most important thing is that they explain why they believe that particular image does not belong. And anything goes. An example from the image above would be I think that the bottom right does not belong because it is the only one that is green. Students also need to be thoughtful that their explanation only works for that particular image. If I said that the bottom right was outlined in red, … Continue reading Which One Doesn’t Belong – Day 10

Same or Different – Day 7

How are these pictures the same? How are these pictures different? This routine of same or different allows students to compare two things, looking for how they are similar and how they are different. Students start by thinking and studying this picture – noticing and wondering how these images are the same and how they are different. Then students share, verbalizing what the see being the same and different. Students learn how to share and talk about math in a way that is fun and engaging. They also see how different students see the world by listening to what they … Continue reading Same or Different – Day 7