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To succeed in math, students need to bridge a big gap—from memorization and drill to the abstract reasoning required by higher math courses, and by district and state tests.
Mathematical Reasoning helps students bridge this gap by encouraging them to develop analysis skills and verbalize (or write out) their mathematical reasoning to reinforce these skills. 5-15 minutes per activity; easy-to-follow directions.
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