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Use math to Investigate Candy Packaging

If you have never used candy as a manipulative in the classroom, what are you waiting for? The second you nonchalantly mention that you hav.

A mini-unit on slope-intercept form with a UbD approach

Writing Linear Equations in Slope Intercept Form y=mx+b (a mini unit)

16 pages. This mini-unit days) introduces the y=mx+b form as a general formula for linear functions. From this form, students learn to write equations for

"A mind-blowing tour-de-force" says Archimedes, who never used the abbreviation "pi" in his life, or ever heard of the word "circumference." This activity investigates the relationship between radius and area, price per square inch of pizza, why it is impossible to "square the pie" and why you should always order the biggest pizza you can afford. Pretty good for $2.95, right?

Pi and Circle Investigation: Great for Pi Day Activity

An investigation into the area and price per square inch of your favorite food!

3D Shapes Using Candy-bugles, malted choc balls, Werthers, Starburst, peanut butter pretzels

Shapes Using Candy-bugles, malted choc balls, Werthers, Starburst, peanut butter pretzels (fun Friday?

Volume video

Volume Video

math music The Volume Song and movie teaches students how to find the volume of a solid figure. Learn how to solve and find the volume of a rectangular prism shape using length times width times height.

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