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Playful Math: Grid to Incite Your Creativity By Art Medonis
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Five year old kid one day discovered that 1+3+5=3*3. He had fun with numbers all his life and later was called Mozart of mathematics._ _ _ It all starts with engaging your kid or student to do simple... More > steps with focus. Start with graph paper or grid. The grid is your playground, sanctuary and challenger. Place a number, draw a sunshine or Genie, write a diary or journal… Most important, do it with focus and love. In no time, you will want to come back to the grid daily. It may help you to rest, enjoy yourself, talk to your inner-self, to your family and friends, incite your imagination and creativity, dream about your future, plan next day’s challenges or fun filled activities. You may also use the grid to count your numbers to enrich your daily life. You are the creator in an exciting grid playground. On the way, your inner prodigy will be nurtured. _ _ _ 1+3+5=3*3: those numbers are not ordinary numbers. 5-year-old prodigy child discovered them and you definitely want to follow the discovery.< Less
Basketball Math in nano Age By Arturas Medonis
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* * Bounce, bounce, bounce a ball, * * Catch and bend your knees. * * Now release the ball with wrist flick, * * Follow through and swish! _ _ _ Everybody loves to play games: some for the sake of... More > competition, others to learn a new thing or two, thirds for social networking purposes and still others just to have fun. Many of us enjoy shooting hoops. _ _ _ In recent years articles on basketball math are often published in online and offline sources of the NCTM, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Current publication presents the original work "Me vs. ET". Multiple exercises with or without a ball are provided. _ _ _ The games and activities are enjoyable to perform. They also teach value of probabilities in a context of basketball math.< Less
Basketball Math in nano Age By Arturas Medonis
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* * Bounce, bounce, bounce a ball, * * Catch and bend your knees. * * Now release the ball with wrist flick, * * Follow through and swish! _ _ _ Everybody loves to play games: some for the sake of... More > competition, others to learn a new thing or two, thirds for social networking purposes and still others just to have fun. Many of us enjoy shooting hoops. _ _ _ In recent years articles on basketball math are often published in online and offline sources of the NCTM, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Current publication presents the original work "Me vs. ET". Multiple exercises with or without a ball are provided. _ _ _ The games and activities are enjoyable to perform. They also teach value of probabilities in a context of basketball math.< Less
Playful Math: Grid to Incite Your Creativity By Art Medonis
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Five year old kid one day discovered that 1+3+5=3*3. He had fun with numbers all his life and later was called Mozart of mathematics._ _ _ It all starts with engaging your kid or student to do simple... More > steps with focus. Start with graph paper or grid. The grid is your playground, sanctuary and challenger. Place a number, draw a sunshine or Genie, write a diary or journal… Most important, do it with focus and love. In no time, you will want to come back to the grid daily. It may help you to rest, enjoy yourself, talk to your inner-self, to your family and friends, incite your imagination and creativity, dream about your future, plan next day’s challenges or fun filled activities. You may also use the grid to count your numbers to enrich your daily life. You are the creator in an exciting grid playground. On the way, your inner prodigy will be nurtured. _ _ _ 1+3+5=3*3: those numbers are not ordinary numbers. 5-year-old prodigy child discovered them and you definitely want to follow the discovery.< Less
Count Your Swishes...Excel in Math and Hoops By Arturas Medonis, Artu M
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Book begins with lovely story about magic of a ball. It precedes game description and curriculum. Bounce, bounce, bounce a ball, ___ Catch and bend your knees. ___ Now release the ball with wrist... More > flick, ___ Follow through and swish! _ _ _ _ _ _ As I coach players at NBA sponsored Los Angeles Summer Pro League or play at local park, I always enjoy to see people playing basketball or shooting hoops for pure pleasure. Current publication presents the original work "Me vs. ET" in a basketball math field. _ _ _ Use dice or calculator to produce FT with a desired precision and make your own shots from FT line to win against this ET. Multiple exercises with a ball or without are provided. _ _ _ The curriculum teaches elements of probability theory in a context of specific application - basketball math. The requirements of the Principles and Standards for School Mathematics by the NCTM are reflected by integrating them into curriculum. It makes activity valuable in the classroom as well as at home.< Less
Playful Math: Even Double By Arturas Medonis
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Best gift ever!!! Magic of Engagement? Fun of Play? Spark of the Quest? Use Fingerplay (p.15) & you will hit at once. ___ Rotating game board is developed in a spirit of W.A.Mozart composition... More > Canon Inversus ("Spiegelkanon)... It all begins from doing simple thing with a focus. Start with blank grid, which is your playground, sanctuary and challenger. ___ "Playful Math" is intended as a series of notebook type publications gradually introducing basic math concepts in a playful environment. Examples, grid space for self-discoveries, hands-on activity templates will provide you opportunity to drill the same technique with different numbers. Random numbers here are brought exactly for this specific purpose.___ On the way, your inner prodigy will be nurtured. 1+3+5=3*3: those numbers are not ordinary numbers. 5-year-old prodigy child discovered them. He had fun with numbers all his life and later was called Mozart of mathematics. You definitely want to follow the discovery.< Less