The Nested Splat! Series

Here are 35 brand new Splat! lessons ready to download and use in your classroom.

NOTE the schedule below to see how I’ll be adding lessons throughout the week.

If you enjoyed 50 lessons in The Original Splat Series and the 20 lessons in The Fraction Splat Series, you are about to discover a new variation with a fascinating  twist!

This time the Splats! are nested within each other.

Watch the video, download the lessons, and use them in your classroom to promote rich math discussion!

Note:  This series was written in PowerPoint, so it works best if you view it using PowerPoint.   If you don’t have PowerPoint, try this link to download the free PowerPoint viewer.

 

Level 15 – Nested Splats! Through 10
How may dots are under the small Splat?

Splat 15.1
Splat 15.2
Splat 15.3
Splat 15.4
Splat 15.5

 

Level 16 – Nested Splats! Through 20
How may dots are under the small Splat?

Splat 16.1  
Splat 16.2
Splat 16.3
Splat 16.4
Splat 16.5

 

Level 17 – Multiple Nested Splats!
How may dots are under each small Splat?

Splat 17.1   
Splat 17.2
Splat 17.3
Splat 17.4
Splat 17.5

 

Level 18 – Instant Multiple Nested Splats!
How may dots are under each small Splat?

Splat 18.1 
Splat 18.2
Splat 18.3
Splat 18.4
Splat 18.5

 

Level 19 – Multiple Large Splats!
How may dots are under each small Splat?

Splat 19.1
Splat 19.2
Splat 19.3
Splat 19.4
Splat 19.5

 

Level 20 – Unknown Total Nested Splats!
What is the total number of dots?

Splat 20.1 
Splat 20.2
Splat 20.3
Splat 20.4
Splat 20.5

 

Level 21 – Unknown Total with Multiple Large and Small Nested Splats!
What is the total number of dots?

Splat 21.1   
Splat 21.2
Splat 21.3
Splat 21.4
Splat 21.5 

 

Other Splat Lessons

The Original Splat! Series (50 Downloadable Lessons)

The Fraction Splat! Series (20 Downloadable Lessons)

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I would treasure hearing about your experiences using The Nested Splat! Series to promote number sense in your classroom!

All my best,
Steve

 

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