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FLIP (Festa Literária Internacional de Paraty)

O escritor e matemático Edward Frenkel​ nasceu em Kolomna, na Rússia. Depois de formar-se em Harvard, passou a dar aulas de matemática na Universidade de Califórnia, em 1997. Frenkel e o brasileiro Artur Ávila se reúnem na Flip - Festa Literária Internacional de Paraty​ para uma conversa divertida sobre vida de cientista e intimidade com os números – com todos os problemas, alegrias e espantos que eles carregam. (foto de Timothy Archibald) #Flip #Flip2015 #FLIPse #Flipinha #FlipZona

Qual é o seu candidato favorito ao posto de Mister Universo 2014? - Mulher - R7 Moda e Beleza VOTE: SAMUEL VIEIRA - MR RIO DE JANEIRO


Horóscopo diário: Previsão de hoje para o signo de Peixes

Horóscopo diário: Previsão de hoje para o signo de peixes – Horóscopo - UOL Mulher


Multiplication Fold and Learn

This is a fun craftivity that will teach your students about times tables (0-10). In each page your students will solve all the multiplications rel...

Math YouTube Channels for Kids

Math YouTube channels and videos that are actually fun!

We've "Mathified" The Squares Game!

Want a fun, no-prep multiplication facts game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've "mathified" the squares game and get your FREE printable copy at


Seeing it all done.

Pin for Later: The 16 Emotional Stages of Getting Your First Tattoo Seeing it all done. OMG IT'S SO CUTE. I LOVE IT, IT'S EXACTLY WHAT I WANTED. HOW MUCH SHOULD I TIP? I THINK I JUST TIPPED HIM ALL MY MONEY. DID I JUST BLACK OUT?

Teaching Without Words | The Creativity Post. A conversation with researcher Matthew Petersen on how he created a program to teach math without words


FREE!! Giving students a strategy for memorization is what this is all about. Hang the banners around the room. Give each student their own set of bookmarks, connected with a brad or staple.


Why Do We Need Math? Introduction to Math Powerpoint--this is a visual powerpoint to be projected. It can be used to initiate a discussion about why math is so important to our lives.