# Category - Number Sense

## Revealing Rates Through Partitive Division

Build fluency and flexibility with composed unit ratios and rates revealed through partitive division with these Math Is Visual Prompts.

## Conceptualizing The Difference of Squares

Let's conceptualize The Difference of Squares through investigation by removing square arrays from larger square arrays and rearranging to determine...

## Unitizing and Repeated Subtraction

Explore unitizing and repeated subtraction through this standardized test question made accessible through visuals. Math Is Visual: Let's Teach It...

## Subtraction Using The Concrete Number Line

Explore comparison subtraction and separating subtraction (or take away subtraction) on the concrete number line using connecting cubes. Math is...

## Magnitude Of Number: Where Does 1 Billion Go?

Explore magnitude of number by trying to determine where 1 billion should go on a number line from 0 to 1 trillion based on a Mark Chubb Tweet.

## Solving Two-Step Equations Visually Part 2

In this series of Math Is Visual Prompts, we slowly introduce the idea of Solving Two-Step Equations Using Partitive and Quotative Division Scenarios.

## Solving Two-Step Equations Visually

In this series of Math Is Visual Prompts, we slowly introduce the idea of Solving Two-Step Equations Using Partitive Division Scenarios.

## Solving One-Step Equations Visually

In this series of Math Is Visual Prompts, we slowly introduce the idea of Solving One-Step Equations Using Partitive and Quotative Division.

## Comparing and Ordering On A Number Path

In this series of Math Is Visual Prompts, we slowly introduce the idea of a linear model (i.e.: number line) by placing numbers on the number path.

## Using Number Paths As A Linear Model

In this series of Math Is Visual Prompts, we slowly introduce the idea of a linear model (i.e.: number line) through the use of a number path. This...

## Using Division to Solve One-Step Equations – Part 2

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