Math walks pair Field-Stevenson fifth graders with FPMS students and give students the opportunity to evaluate and gain a deeper sense of math problems.   The goal for this monthly project is for all students to build experience solving non-routine problems, developing mathematical reasoning skills while persevering in solving them.  For each problem level, students create a poster display that describes their process in detail and justifies their solution.  Math problems are posted in the hallways and students are asked to find solutions that are different than theirs. As they evaluate the solution method, they determine how efficient the it is compared to their own. Each month is different – if you are interested in taking a monthly math challenge, visit: