Math Autobiography

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This slice idea was “borrowed” from Teri Cote who “borrowed” it from Terierrol.  Thanks to both!

 

  1. One Lord, Jesus Christ
  2. Two brothers and two sisters whom I dearly love
  3. Three identities: Wife, Mother, Teacher
  4. Four years older is my husband than me
  5. Five is the time I get up in the morning to go to the gym
  6. Six beautiful children (4 boys + 2 girls)
  7. Seven colors of yarn in my temperature afghan so far this year
  8. Eight hours I wish I could sleep each night!
  9. Nine is the date of my birth and the number of states in which I lived
  10. Ten years difference between my oldest and youngest child
  11. Eleven is the date of my wedding and multiplied by 3 equals years married
  12. Twelve is the number of the month that has my favorite holiday, Christmas
  13. Thirteen times I moved to a different state or country in my life

About bjdonaldson

I'm an average woman who enjoys reflecting on life, writing poetry and ponderings, and having a good laugh. DIY, baking, and cycling are fun, too. If you visited me, I'd invite you in for a cup of coffee and a little chat. I am a Literacy Coach, Reading Specialist, and former classroom and Reading Recovery teacher at an elementary school. Getting up in the morning is not hard; I still love making a difference in the lives of children and teachers.

5 responses »

  1. This was great! I tried to write something similar the other day, but I was having a hard time coming up with things for the numbers. Your math autobiography gave me some new ideas, so I may have to try again.

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