We send a tip of the Tiger’s tail to parent Bruce Carter whose son, Brody, is in Ms. Young’s class at HES. Mr. Carter earns his tip for using information Ms. Young provided him about regrouping in mathematics. It is common for teachers to use Base Ten Blocks to translate regrouping into a kinesthetic activity that some children find more enlightening. In the picture, you will see Mr. Carter’s creative translation for his child accomplished by making a set of homemade blocks. Good job! Beyond confirming in our mind that every problem has a solution, We’ll bet the quality time spent between Brody and his dad was icing on the cake for them both!