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Workin' on it Wednesday

Welcome to Workin' on it Wednesday! Is it snowing (or going to snow) where you are? Pretty soon I'll be working on clearing more snow:-(

Otherwise, I've been working on reading and writing about the book, Learning to Love Math....very interesting explanations about the role of the brain in the development of positive and negative attitudes toward math.

I hope you will link up below!


  1. Thanks for the link up, Ellie! I can't wait to see all the great ideas added to this Linky. Now, I'm off to shovel snow. :)

  2. My pleasure! I have snow/ice/slush to shovel:( Hope your shoveling goes quickly!

    1. We ended up with champagne powder- like shoveling cotton balls!


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