Monday, August 18, 2014

Monday Mischief: Parallel Shelties


Mom has tasked us with the very important job of helping some little sheep learn some very technical math concepts. As Shelties, you know one of our best talents is counting. However, Mom is broadening our skill base to help demonstrate geometry concepts for little ones.

Today you have parallel Shelties. Do to the fact we are dogs and not boring lines on paper we don't exhibit pure examples of the concept. However, if you were a kids studying, would you prefer boring lines or adorable dogs? We are going to be helping out with some human little sheep in the near future and while it may interfere with our blogging, we also plan to continue our educational math program. We do perpendicular pretty well so that could be on the agenda soon.





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24 comments:

  1. LOL counting sheep......we can see you are hard at it. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Hmmm...more like Synchronized Sheltie Sleeping :)

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    1. So here we are trying to do our part to help educate kids and that is the thanks we get. :) When those kids provide their required math diagram on their next test and it's of us, you'll know we made the big time.

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  3. THIS will be SO very much helpful and EDUCATIONAL fur the little peeps who are beginning School soon. SO thoughtful of you to have done this fur them.

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    1. Thanks Frankie we are out to do our part. :)

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  4. I think you should also persuade your mum to look into counting with treats, if a bag has 20 treats and we each get half.... that kinda thing!

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  5. "demonstrating geometry concepts" LOL Love it!

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  6. And all you need is one more dog and you can do triangles...

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  7. real world examples are soooo helpful to kids! good job!

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  8. A very good way to learn!
    Lily & Edward

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  9. aww!!!! Parallel shelties! Love it!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  10. I would have loved to studied geometry your way!

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  11. Studying geometry your way seems much more fun than the traditional method!

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  12. Math is fun. Using cookies is a good aid in helping learn addition.

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    1. We were thinking subtraction with cookies would be a great idea. Think of the word problems we could illustrate. Katy had 4 cookies.....

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  13. OMD...Geometry AND math?? You all are great teachers!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  14. You two are excellent examples of parallel. We do parallel sometimes too, especially when we are all lined up in bed with our pawrents.

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  15. Well you seem to good at geometry, we will follow along and see how this goes

    The Mad Scots

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  16. We are very impressed! You make math seem like so much fun!

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  17. Very cute! We'll look forward to the perpendicular pups next time!

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