# Cube Conversations

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Cube Conversations is a set of 80 (eighty!) animated lessons designed to promote visually rich math discourse.  I’ve designed these lessons to invite many voices and vantage points into classroom conversations.

Much like Splat!, you control the animation with a few simple clicks  – and each click presents an opportunity for students to see and discuss an image in new ways.

Of course, there is also a sense of mystery, much like what your students felt in Splat!  The end of each slide includes The Reveal, when the answer is shown.

I hope your classroom will be filled with rich math talk, inspiring insights from your students, and moments of celebration as you guide your class through Cube Conversations!

Watch the video, download the lessons, and allow your students to amaze your with their visual math thinking.

Feedback Request:  If you would like to provide feedback to help inform this post, I would appreciate it!  This post will now work with Google Slides, now includes a download option for an entire set at once, and also include Grade Band information.  If you could answer these few short questions to provide more feedback, as I strive to make this the best possible resource to use in classrooms, I would be very grateful.   — Steve

Here is the link to the WEEK 4 CONTEST.

What will be the GRAND TOTAL number of free Cube Conversation lesson downloads by the end of Week 4?

Whoever enters the closest guess will win a signed copy of The Writing on the Classroom Wall!

Level 1:  “Single Layer Structures, Part A”

Grades:  K-3

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Level 2:  “Single Layer Structures, Part B”

Grades:  K-3

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Level 3:  “Twice as Thick”

Grades:  2-6

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Level 4:  “Texture Time”

Grades:  2-6

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Level 5:  “Challenging Structures”

Grades:  3 – 8

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Level 6:  “Increasing Complexity”

Grades:  3 – 8

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Level 7:  “Insightful Complexity”

Grades:  5 – 12

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Level 8:  “Giant Structures”

Grades:  5 – 12

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The Fraction Splat! Series (with 20 more downloadable lessons) is now available!

Tiled Area Questions

Thank you for taking time to view my blog!  I’m learning as I go!

All my best,

Steve

1. Nicola van Berkel says:

Yay! We loved Splat and now we have Cubes – so excited to use this wonderful resource and know that my students will love it too. Thanks Steve for your generosity in sharing this with all of us.

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Hi, Nicola! I appreciate the comment. I’ll keep the materials coming!

2. Tabitha says:

Looking forward to using these on my New interactive panel. Thank you

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Thank you, Tabitha! I would love to hear how it goes!

3. Samy Nayagar says:

Very inspiring.
I am yet to try these with my learners.
Thank you Steve for your generous sharing of your hard work.

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Certainly! I’m very happy to contribute!

4. Brian Kelley says:

More awesomeness from Steve Wyborney!
So great. Thank you!

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Thanks, Brian!

5. kathy says:

Love this resource and I anticipate great math conversations, but I was unable to download

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Hi, Kathy. Can you try clicking on the link, and then when it opens the next page, click on that link and see if it works for you?

6. john oberman says:

Unbelievable and very exciting.

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Thank you, John!

7. Donna Mockenhaupt says:

You have become one of my math heroes. Thank you for sharing…and for free. I feel like my students have come so much further since I have shared your lessons. They see math so differently now.

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Thank you for your kind words, Donna. I’m so happy to share and to hear about how well your students are doing!

8. Steve, you did it again!

Another awesome way to get my 6th grade students who are not well exposed to geometry to dip their toes in the water.

Geometry, patterns, order of operations, even algebra can be easily accessed without struggle using this.

I’m thinking of sharing the Powerpoint in class while also giving students a chance to color in as many patterns as they can.

At the same time students should be asked to express in math terms their translation of their visual breakdown.

I think it will work well in my 6th grade multi-level mICT classes too. My co-teacher isn’t very visual, so I hope she enjoys the journey along with the kids!

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Thank you so much, Frank! I’d love to hear how it goes!

9. Tricia Robinson says:

Thanks for the great resource Steve. I am very excited to use this with my students when I return from break. Thanks for taking the time to create more challenging conversations.

1. stevewyborney@gmail.com says:

Thanks, Tricia!