New Geometry product on horizon from Singing Turtle Press. Math author Josh Rappaport is coming out with an eBook on geometry. Read this post to find out more!
Archive | Using COLOR when Teaching Math
The people who gave us the Rubik’s Cube recently came out with another fun puzzle, the Rubik’s Slide. This post tells all about this fun puzzle, which actually helps students learn some geometric concepts.
Finding the domain and range of functions confuses many students. Using color to code the domain and range separately helps students distinguish domain and range, and thereby helps them find the domain and range for continuous functions.
Using color can illuminate math concepts. Here’s a quick example showing how color can bring to light a shortcut in a perimeter problem.
Dividing fractions has always been an annoying process, with the need to re-copy the problem and use the reciprocal of the second fraction. Well, no more. With this student-friendly new approach, kids will start dividing fractions with fun, gusto, and accuracy. Check it out!
Help students conquer a major area of mistakes, using color to show the steps in the Order of Operations, with exponent expressions.
Use color to help students combine integers.
Adding color to help students understand algebra? Who would dream of it? But it works. See how color helps students understand a law of exponents in algebra.