We are excited to share some recent blog posts about Yummymath. Enjoy what people are saying and how they are using our website and materials.

**Yummymath has Yummy Ideas! **A one to one classroom teacher describes the impact of using yummymath resources in his classroom. Implementation of the resource's activities have lead to increased student engagement, improved student performance and a more positive disposition towards mathematics. - www.educationshift.net

**Yummy Math! Best Math Blog EVER** - An overview of yummymath and ideas for integrating yummymath activities in your classroom. - http://ilearntechnology.com/

**Also a BIG thank you to math educators who have recently contributed an activity to yummymath. If you have created an interesting math activity or have created a new version of one of our activities consider sharing it on Yummymath.**

How Many Movies Can You See? by Robert Kaplinsky. Check out his website: http://robertkaplinsky.com/

Tara Martinson from Eden Prairie, Minnesota updated our Typical Super Bowl Scores activity.

Big Burger: Three teachers in Georgia created a version of this post that they felt was suitable for their 5th grade students. Many thanks to Jenise Sexton, Michael Wiernicki, and Graham Fletcher for sharing their adaptation with all of us. Robert Kaplinsky also shared video of this famous “big burger” with us for use on the site.

Whole lot of Cookies: Jennifer Fairbanks from Hopkinton, MA sent us this picture of the cookies that she baked in 4 hours using 13 eggs and 5 cups of sugar.

Bob Olsen, a 5th/6th grade math teacher from Illinois, shared with us his Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade activity.

Brian Shoemaker, a Newton, MA mathematics teacher shared “Is this Possible?” A volume activity about a Dunkin Donuts car.

Thanks to all for the blog posts and shared lessons. We greatly appreciate it!