Why we need to understand math... Just thought of a cool idea for extra credit, have students find and bring in pictures of "bad math" they see in everyday life. Can be run for the whole marking period w/ a limit of possible points. Then display them on a bulletin board.
Math Snacks: How could I have not found this site before! AWESOME creative short videos about all kinds of math...number line, proportion, ratio, place value and decimals and so much more! Everything is based around a story. Terrific!
Without the Exploratorium, we might never have had an official Pi Day celebration. In 1988 Exploratorium physicist Larry Shaw started the tradition, and it was finally recognized by Congress in 2009. The Exploratorium highlights some great hands-on activities, and there is also a great list of Pi-related links.
All-in-one slope notes page is intended to be used as a reference and reminder sheet for students to refer back to throughout a unit. Concepts can be added to the organizer as they are introduced throughout the unit. Includes space to record how to find slope from tables, points & an equation. Slope tells us about rate of change, the direction, and steepness of a graph. Relates types of lines, types of equations & types of slope. Happy solving from the miss jude math! shop
Volume of Rectangular Prisms Math Tasks and Exit Tickets