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Here are some of the math videos used on this site that I have made and that are on my YouTube channel, and some that aren't on this site but are on Crewton Ramone's YouTube Channel also go there for some of my Favorite Math vids made by others.

You'll find a lot of my screencasts here.

Due to a generous donation by Elisabeth Stevens video production is now in overdrive. There are now two pages of sample lessons, the tabs are oddly enough Marked Sample Lessons and Sarah SL, Sarah is an autistic student and I thought it would be good to give her her own page. You can learn a lot there. The Advanced Algebra Tab and the Test Tab also have lots of video on them.

**It's the same password for all these pages.** Check out the Screencasts Tab for even more. The screencast software I use doesn't always make for smooth video, and sometimes the sound or video is out of sync, however the information is there even if the streaming isn't pretty, but now there are more and longer videos that stream nicely. Hours and hours worth: you have video's that range from 5 minutes up to an hour. Lots of them are in bite sized pieces of 15 to 30 minutes.

Anyhow, here is a sampling of vids I've made, there are **200+** and counting on Youtube. People no longer have any excuse. You have a set of blocks start using them. These math videos should get you started, give you enough to start going on your own, give you ideas for lessons and generally start turning some light bulbs on for how the whole thing goes together.

Here is an **ONE HOUR OVERVIEW** showing some of the ways you can apply manipulatives to teaching math:

Early 1990's in Utah:

Vintage footage from the early 90's, a few commercials for an Idaho Math Center, two News clips and some footage of Jerry explaining some of the parts of the manipulatives he made.

Back even further, the 80's.

Very good with regard to degree of difficulty also fom 80's.

Good testimonials from the Utah phaze.

Want to Be A Ten:

Problem Solving:

Two Digit (Cross) Multiplication:

More 2 Digit Multiplication

Subtraction Using Addends:

More Subtraction Using Addends:

Square Numbers:

More Square Numbers:

Basic Completing The Square

**Crewton Ramone Compound Teaching with Algebra. **

Algebra so easy a 5 year old cave man could do it...

Crewton Ramone Does Algebra With 4 and 5 Year Olds.

Crewton Ramone Basic Concepts Applied to Algebra

Crewton Ramone Distributes With 4 and 5 Year Olds.

Crewton Ramone Factoring With 4 and 5 Year Olds

Addends past ten and multiplication past ten.

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