OAKVILLE, ON — Rubicon’s Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Number Sense and Numeration (K–3) and (4–8), by Marian Small, have been reviewed favourably in the most recent issue of Canadian Teacher magazine. In her review, Cindy Haack said, “These books provide excellent open-ended questions for each grade level to enhance a balanced math program. The books are well laid out and very user friendly.” The full review is available on the Canadian Teacher website.
Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Number Sense and Numeration (K–3) and (4–8) are essential tools for every K–8 math classroom. The bestselling teacher resource books are organized around expectation clusters from the Ontario curriculum and include questions for the different parts of the three-part lesson. The Open Questions books use a highly visual format to present easy-to-use questions and sample responses that cover all the expectations in the Number Sense and Numeration strand of the Ontario curriculum. These resources can be used on their own or to provide additional practice questions in the upcoming MathUP program.
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