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.
Use this activity to help your students discover the Pythagorean theorem. Pythagorean theorem work is often skill and drill work ...Read More
Act One: The world record for the tallest structure made of Legos was set in Seoul, South Korea. Check out ...Read More
Act One: Check out all of the pennies! What questions come to mind? If you want the most money, which ...Read More
Is this possible?
Brian Shoemaker, a Newton, MA mathematics teacher, saw this Dunkin Donuts Mazda traveling down the road. He wondered if that ...Read More
In the board game, Monopoly, does a property’s distance from GO correlate to its rent when you land on it ...Read More
The size of chocolates
In this activity students approximate the volume (through finding surface area) of three different pieces of chocolate. The chocolates are ...Read More
Brian can't even go to his town's spring festival without seeing math. Let your class approximate the height or length ...Read More
How much caffeine?
We stumbled upon this interesting caffeine infographic at visual.ly. Wonderings? How many McDonalds coffees do I need to get the same ...Read More