A game of What's my rule? allows students to explore operations while developing familiarity with patterns and functions. Postscript items are designed as rich grab-and-go resources that any teacher can quickly incorporate into his or her classroom repertoire with little effort and maximum impact.

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Contributor Notes

Liz Haut, ehaut17@gmail.com, encourages connections to real-world events through engaging mathematical thinking and activities. She is a math teacher at Oskaloosa High School in Oskaloosa, Iowa.

Edited by Theodore Chao, chao.160@osu.edu, an assistant professor of mathematics education at The Ohio State University in Columbus

Imani Goffney, igoffney@umd.edu, who conducts research at the University of Maryland–College Park, where she is an assistant professor in mathematics education and teaches courses for undergraduate and graduate students. Her research focuses on mathematics instruction and on interventions designed to improve its quality and effectiveness, especially for students not traditionally served well by our educational system.

(Corresponding author is Haut ehaut17@gmail.com)(Corresponding author is Chao chao.160@osu.edu)(Corresponding author is Goffney igoffney@umd.edu)
Teaching Children Mathematics

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