Understanding Fractions

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My relatives are in town. So I've been spending a fraction of my time with my family.

11/12ths is a fraction.

Understanding Fractions
Understanding Fractions

What have you spent a large fraction of your time doing this week?

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Empty Nester

P.S. If you're looking for a fun last-minute gift/stocking-stuffer/fantastic tool for teaching fractions (among other things), I really can't recommend MathTacular enough. Plus, you'll get to see my little brother on the DVD, the guy who's been staying at our house this week. It's been good times. As is watching MathTacular.

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4 Responses to Understanding Fractions

  1. se7en says:

    A relatively funny post, with just a little marketing thrown into the mix!!! Hope you have a fabulous Christmas with your family/relatives!!!

  2. Luke says:

    Thanks, Se7en! Glad you enjoyed it--even with my "subtle" marketing <smile>--and I hope you had an excellent Christmas.

    ~Luke

  3. Ruth says:

    I love Mathtacular (and Inquisikids). My kids (ages 1-11) watch about 10-15 minutes of the DVD's each day before lunch. The little kids learn new concepts, while the older kids review, and I can make lunch in peace. So, my question is when are you going to make more great educational DVD's? Imagine a DVD showcasing Renaissance or Impressionist Artists or Baroque, Classical, or Modern Composers!

  4. Luke says:

    Ruth, we've tossed around ideas for other videos, but haven't settled on any yet. Thanks for the encouragement!

    ~Luke

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