# Primary Education

- Exploring Wilson’s theorem with kids inspired by Martin Weissman’s An Illustrated Theory of NumbersMike's Math Page
- Better Math ExplanationsEducational Aspirations
- What a kid learning algebra can look likeMike's Math Page
- A really neat way for kids to experience prime and composite numbersMike's Math Page
- Multiplication Is Not Repeated AdditionSine of the Times
- Using an idea from one of Katherine Johnson’s NASA technical papers to introduce polar coordinatesMike's Math Page
- Welk deel is gekleurd?Wiskundeleraar
- Playing with parametric equations in DesmosMike's Math Page
- Opgelost...:-)Wiskundeleraar
- On the desire to push kids aheadHenri's Math Education Blog
- Proof en puddingWiskundeleraar
- Structures and Habitsfor.next
- More CatchphrasesHenri's Math Education Blog
- Reviewing 1st grade addition & subtraction factsHomeschool Math Blog
- More on Standards-Based GradingEducational Aspirations
- "All in All, a Pleasant and Educationally Sound Experience for the Children."Exit 10A
- Added Combinations and Permutations in the Probability SectionShe Loves Math
- *Revisiting Richard Evan Schwartz’s Gallery of the InfiniteMike's Math Page
- Exploring Fractions – Week OneEducational Aspirations
- Talking about derivatives of exponential functionsMike's Math Page
- Using Dan Anderson’s line art program to explore lines with my sonMike's Math Page
- Introduction to derivatives of inverse functionsMike's Math Page
- Exploring Calculus with 3d printingMike's Math Page
- Find the Secret NumberSine of the Times
- In Memory of the Overhead ProjectorExit 10A
- A New Chapterfor.next