Some of our activities that are good for at-home learning

We've got hundreds of great activities that demonstrate how math happens all around us.  Let your student choose an activity that interests him/her and enjoy the discoveries.

Is one roll enough?

Is one roll enough?

Students can use the man or the basket as a reference as they try to approximate the size of these ...
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Oreo Stuffiness

Oreo Stuffiness

There is yet another Oreo... This activity builds off the work that Dan Anderson's math class revealed about Original Oreos ...
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Starbucks, 2012

Starbucks, 2012

Time to give students some authentic math on a topic they will surely be interested in ... Starbucks.  We ask ...
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Going bananas

Going bananas

What additional information would you like to know? Record your data from your investigation ... either from your own research or ...
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How steep is this treadmill?

How steep is this treadmill?

In this very short activity, students get a memorable way to visualize a zero slope and an undefined slope ...
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How much snow is that?

How much snow is that?

Start out this activity with: What do you notice? What do you wonder? How many inches of snow produced that pile?  How ...
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Canstruction

Canstruction

In this 3-act activity, students look for a pattern to count these cans. Canstruction is an annual event that takes ...
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How many Smashburgers?

How many Smashburgers?

There must be a million ways to craft one of these burgers. How many ways do you think that there ...
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Eliud Kipchoge runs marathon in 1:59:40.2

Eliud Kipchoge runs marathon in 1:59:40.2

How have record marathon runs changed through the years?  Will those record times keep being broken?  Does the data help ...
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Negative Exponents? Ugh

Negative Exponents? Ugh

This activity/post is a little different than are usual posts.  We look at a particular math concept and consider how ...
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