Saw this tweet from Calculus Davidson today:

My answer – just let them play!

6th grader:

4th grader:

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Dec 10, 15
1:11 AM

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mjlawler
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Saw this tweet from Calculus Davidson today:

What can you do with this? https://t.co/dCkJ3esvMB

— Calculus Davidson (@calcdave) December 9, 2015

My answer – just let them play!

6th grader:

4th grader:

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## Comments

Did you follow-up about the area idea from your older son?

I meant to yesterday but he was invited over to a friend’s house after school. I’m planning on doing a month of geometry review with him in January. Maybe coming back to that problem would be a good way to kick of the review.