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21st Century Learning Algebra gets a ‘bum rap’. Then again, it has a lousy public relations manager. Whoever came up with the whole ‘letters and symbols’ campaign should be sacked. Yes, opening up to Exercise 7D and solving 50 variations of 2x + y = -7 is n0t anyone’s idea of fun. DISCLAIMER: I’m just a Primary/Elementary teacher without any official qualifications in High Level Mathematics – No Masters, no Ph.D, just an A+ Average in High School/College Maths and 25+ years teaching kids to enjoy,not stress about, Maths. Now we have that out of the way, back to my message for today. Last week, I was called in to take a Grade 6 class to release a teacher for planning ( the usual release teachers were unavailable). The lesson/task that preceded this actually had fractions as its focus. The lesson was differentiated to allow for a range of responses. SO…this fraction lesson turned into a pattern and algebra exploration. Enter (finally we get to the title of this blogpost!) counters. Oh, one more thing.