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# Author Archives: DaNe

## Kindness in Mathematics

Deeds not words. (eng) Facta non verba (latin) This story aimed at 5-7 year olds. It introduces addition and subtraction. But also can be told at 9-10 years old when studying fractions. One rich Khan from Persia has accumulated ten thousand gold … Continue reading

## Math Catcher

Math Catcher are stories/movies that you can use in your classroom to promote math: Small Number Counts to 100. Boring task instead will be like this. When you divide number 100 with number 7 which is remainder? The story can be shown to … Continue reading

## Logic with the cow

My first exam at university was Logic and I still remember the joke told by proffesor. Now this very joke one can find everywhere on internet. As well as in a Marc Hadon’s book “The Curious Incident of the Dog … Continue reading

## How to hang a picture

Professor Knot was very proud of his collection of paintings that were hanging on all the walls in his apartment. Our story begins when a neighbor from a nearby apartment started indoor reconstruction. The walls were shaking because of vibration. … Continue reading

## The same fence, different area

Once upon a time, there was a king named Euclid who was very fond of mathematics so he built identical castles with beautiful gardens with fencing in the shape of a triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, octagon and circle. He wanted … Continue reading

## Photo Store

This is a story wich can be intro story for commutative law multiplication as well as for symmetry and rotation. One student is a Customer who does not know math very well and another student is a Seller in Photo … Continue reading

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## Engaging the imagination

This is the excerpt for your very first post. Continue reading