Matt's Math Minutes

Vol. 3

Always, Sometimes, Never

You will be given a number of statements. You must decide if each statement is

  • always true, or
  • sometimes true, or
  • never true
If you think that a statement is sometimes true, you must fully explain when it is true and when it is not true.


Here are some examples.


I also have an electronic copy of K-5 Always, Sometimes, Never questions if you are interested.

3-Act Tasks

How does student engagement, student-directed learning, and student collaboration sound? A 3-act task is your answer. They incorporate noticing and wondering, estimation, low floor and high ceilings. Graham Fletcher has an awesome collection of them on his blog. Let's plan one together.