# 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.

Jennifer Fairbanks from Hopkinton, MA sent us this picture of the cookies that she baked in 4 hours using 13 ...

The size of chocolates

In this activity students approximate the volume (through finding surface area) of three different pieces of chocolate.  The chocolates are ...

Souvenirs and concessions

Brian has introduced systems of equations with easy, motivating problems that deal with the cost of stadium purchases for food ...

Brian can't even go to his town's spring festival without seeing math. Let your class approximate the height or length ...

Amazing LEGO Fireman

At the Toys R Us store, I saw an amazing LEGO creation.  He was a life-sized LEGO fireman with a ...

Which TV is the Best Deal?

Check out the TVs.  All have essentially the same features, only the size of the screen varies.  Which TV do ...

Too early in the day for so many choices

Dunkin Donuts is promoting variety in their mixtures of hot chocolate.  Let your students try to figure out how many ...

K-Pop and BTS, how much can they earn from Youtube and Spotify?

How much could this K-pop group possibly earn on Youtube and Spotify? Unit ratio calculations. BTS ...

Cheesy Goldfish crackers

In this activity students do a little comparison shopping as they determine which size Goldfish product is the best deal.  Students are ...

The growth of Godzilla

Image from Kris Holt: http://www.policymic.com/articles/76357/the-scary-way-godzilla-has-evolved-through-the-years-in-one-chart The new Godzilla movie is out at theaters.  His first appearance was in 1954 when he ...
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