Carole and Sandra,
I cannot thank you enough for the rich materials and ideas you are sharing. I’m the numeracy teacher in a French immersion school from K-6 and will be implementing your wonderful rich tasks ideas with the students. They are easily transferable in French with a minimum need to translate. Once again thank you very much.
Isabelle Bujold
Calgary

I am Carole Fullerton, a private consultant working with teachers around British Columbia (and beyond!) in the area of numeracy. I work with districts, whole school staffs, with school-based learning teams, in classrooms and with parents in an effort to promote mathematical thinking.

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mindfull(dot)consulting(at)gmail(dot)com

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Enjoy!
Carole

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In your book Sums & Differences (Gr. 1/2) you mention that you have downloadable Canadian Money in the shape of ten frames. Where can I find them?

I saw that Carole has a “I Have, Who Has” game for place value using Canadian money on her site. See here: https://mindfull.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/i-have-who-has-the-place-value-game-6-2/

I am also looking for the downloadable money. Could you direct me as to where I may find it?

Hello Kelli

If you email me I’ll help you with that.

mindfull (dot) consulting (at) gmail (dot) com

Carole and Sandra,

I cannot thank you enough for the rich materials and ideas you are sharing. I’m the numeracy teacher in a French immersion school from K-6 and will be implementing your wonderful rich tasks ideas with the students. They are easily transferable in French with a minimum need to translate. Once again thank you very much.

Isabelle Bujold

Calgary