This is just a short post to explain about the 101 manipulative lessons with LEGO® page. So far, I have added six ideas/samples out of the projected 101. Since this has been set up as a permanent page, though, you won’t be kept up-to-date through your reader if you are subscribing to my blog. To get round this, I will add a comment to the page as I add new ideas or concepts. So, by subscribing to comments, you should at least be advised of additions. I will also advise of updates now and again on the #mathchat hashtag in Twitter.
If you would like me to provide lesson plans or further details on specific ideas, leave a comment and I’ll see what I can do, but I still think it’s more fun if you try to work it out for yourself!
One point – I find it is a good idea to try to be consistent with colour/number relationships, but this is not always going to be possible.
The images were made using the LEGO® Digital Designer – if you haven’t checked it out, do so now! It can provide an alternative for those with limited budgets. I still prefer to play with the real thing though! 😀
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