Kitchen Math

What do you notice?
  • Today’s kitchen math discussion: “What do you notice?”
  • Next Inquiry: “What don’t you know?”
  • Investigation: Materials: paper/pencils/colored pencils/crayons or family learning journals (back of journal). Remind them to turn to the next available page and date it. Ask them to write the name for today’s kitchen math.
  • Inquire: “How would you get started drafting today’s learning into your journal?”;  “What would be your steps in the process?” ;  “What if there was an ingredient missing, what could you do?” *Let them have 5-6 minutes to draft their thoughts (without talking). When they are finished, have them share how they came to their conclusions.
Math worth giving… Who in your neighborhood could you share this jar with?
  • Kitchen Lab: Discuss: “What what you could use to create the “neighbors recipe” card?”; “Should we make one jar or more for delivery this week?; “Which ingredients for the jar do we have and which do we need to get from the store?” *Invite them to investigate their solutions: “Let’s investigate!”

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