…timate possible wind and temperature factors, and generally become familiar with this sort of interpolation and calculation. Also check out this windchill calculator, which you can use to quickly find the windchill for a given temperature and wind speed. The activity: WindChill.pdf For members we have an editable Word docx and solutions. WindChill.docx WindChill-solution.pdf CCSS: 5.OA.3, 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2, 7.EE.3, 7.EE.4, 8.EE.7, HSA.REI.B.3, HSF.LE.A.1, HSF.LE.A.4, MP.4… 0, 11

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# Fantasy Football

…w.youthfantasyleague.com/ The activity: Fantasy_Football_2014.pdf For members we have an editable Word doc and we’ve written solutions and some suggestions. Fantasy_Football_2014 FantasyFootball2014-solution.pdf CCSS: 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2, 7.NS.1, 7.NS.2, 7.EE.3, 7.EE.4, HSA.SSE.A.1, HSA.CED.A.4, HSA.CED.A.2, HSA.REI.B.3 If your class is unfamiliar with fantasy football you might consider showing this video that goes through the basics. Check out all current Yummymath lessons in one place at our… 0, 10

# How Many Pennies did Otha Save?

…cing division and multiplication with decimals The number of pennies he saved: Actual original Article – nothing grayed out. For members we have teacher suggestions and teaching tips: Solutions-Teacher-Tips.pdf CCSS: 5.MD.3, 5.NBT.7, 6.NS.3, 7.NS.3, 7.EE.3 This activity could span a number of grade levels. Kids are estimating, reasoning and working with rational numbers. Finally, this is a great activity for high school students to engage in modeling and practice basic operations with rational… 0, 9

# Jackie Robinson

…omeruns Jackie might have had if he had begun his MLB career at the age of 20. We also take a look at the value of his first baseball card and speculate how much the card will be worth in the future. See the activity, CCSS correlation and the trailer for “42” below. Remembering_Robinson.pdf For members we have an editable doc, an excel chart, and solutions. Remembering_Robinson.doc Robinson-data.xls Remembering_Robinson-solution.pdf CCSS: 6.SP.3, 6.EE.9, 7.EE.3, 7.EE.4, 8.F.4, HSF-LE.A.2,… 0, 9

# Free Pizza for a Whole Stadium?

…cs for members: Pizzas-for-stadium-of-fans.docx Pizza-to-feed-a-stadium-of-fans-solutions&tips.pdf This activity could span a number of grade levels. Kids are estimating, reasoning and working with rational numbers CCSS: 5.NBT.7, 6.NS.3, 7.NS.3, 7.EE.3. Could also address area of circles as students consider pizza sizes: 7.G.4. Finally, this is a great activity for high school students to engage in modeling and practice basic operations with rational numbers. It is also very likely that… 0, 8

# Candy sales, Peeps and chocolate bunnies – 3 timely activities

…ributes? Students reason and estimate with these questions. In Brian’s activity we ask students to translate a pie chart of information on candy sales to actual dollars spent for Halloween, Easter, Christmas and Hanuka, and Valentine’s Day. 6. RP.3, 7.EE.3, 7.RP.3, circle graph, data analysis, estimation, percent Peeps – Students estimate the number of Peeps sold each Easter season. They consider reasonability by making guesses they think might be a little too high and a little too low…. 1, 9

# NFL Math Activities

…then challenged to generalize an equation for that gives a player’s total fantasy points. Students solve equations as they try to find the number of passes, touchdowns, or interceptions that yield given point totals. 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2, 7.NS.1, 7.NS.2, 7.EE.3, 7.EE.4, HSA.SSE.A.1, HSA.CED.A.4, HSA.CED.A.2, HSA.REI.B.3 Deflate-gate The deflated ball controversy makes an interesting segue into negative number line understanding.6.NS.5, 6.NS.6, 6.NS.7, 6.EE.5, 7.NS.1,HSA.CED.A.1, HSA.CED.A.3 Super… 0, 42

# Cheap-otle?

…ion dollars to the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation. Teachers, give your students time to ponder and discuss these questions: How realistic is it for Chipolte to sell one million dollars worth of $3 burritos in one night? What more information would you like to have to decide if this is even possible? Student activity handout: Boorito_2015.pdf For members we have an editable Word doc and solutions. Boorito_2015.docx Boorito2015-solution.pdf CCSS: 5.NBT.7, 6.NS.3, 7.EE.3 MP.1, MP.2, MP.3 MP.4 Image… 0, 9

# Jock tax

…et the taxes. You might also consider showing part of this news clip that highlights the state tax story to you class. Could make for some good math and social studies discussion. Is this fair to teams that play in high tax states? The Activity: JockTax-2015.pdf For members we have a Word doc and solutions. Jock-tax-2015.docx Jock-tax-2015-solution.pdf CCSS: 6.RP.3 , 7.RP.3 , 7.EE.3… 0, 7

# Pre-winter holiday activities!

…udents analyze a graph of historic consumer spending and look for consistent spikes and drops as they try to evaluate what they are looking at. 6.SP.5, 8.F.5, HSS.IC.6, HSS.ID.3 Holiday candy sales – Students consider which holidays contribute to the highest dollar amount of candy sales. They then translate a pie chart of data to actual dollars spent on candy. 6.RP.3 , 7.RP.3 7.EE.3… 0, 39

# Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan to give away 99% of their shares of Facebook

…son. A whole additional and important conversation to be had: how could they use that money to make the world a better place? We have a handout for students with extension questions: Zuckerberg-donation.pdf For members we have an editable Word docx and teacher notes on your classroom discussion. Zuckerberg-donation.docx Zuckerberg-donation-TeacherNotes+Solutions.pdf CCSS: 6.RP.3, 7.RP.3, 7.EE.3, HSF.LE.A.1, HSF.IF.C.8b… 0, 6

# Holiday candy sales

…iday contribute? Consider using some independent think time, then small group discussion, then whole group discussion as kids reason and estimate with these questions. In Brian’s activity, he asks students to translate a pie chart of information on candy sales to actual dollars spent for Halloween, Easter, Christmas/Hanukka, and Valentine’s Day. Serve a sweet in your classroom as you ask students to ponder the amounts of money Americans spend on candy. CCSS: 6.RP.3 , 7.RP.3 7.EE.3… 0, 7

# Steepness and fall hiking

…ul time of year for hiking. Many students will be walking in the woods and mountains to enjoy the colorful leaves and the cool weather outside. Let them combine what they are doing with their families and friends with a little mathematics about percent grade change. Why are there warnings about a 6% road grade change ahead? Why does everyone talk about the vertical gain on a trail that is only 3 miles long? Enjoy using slope and the Pythagorean Theorem in a new way. CCSS: 7.EE.3, 8.G.7, 8.G.8,… 0, 7

# Should I buy the BIG one?

…Clicking on this image will show it larger in a new window. Let your students decide if the BIG one is a fair deal. Click on the pic to enlarge and post on the wall. Have kids a pick a sandwich. Which size will they get? Which size is a better deal? Make a guess, then do the math… The activity: PotBelly.pdf CCSS: 7.RP.2, 7.RP.3, 7.EE.3 For members we have an editable Word docx and solutions. PotBelly.docx PotBelly_Solutions.pdf… 0, 6

# Shopping season begins!

…Friday, November 23rd marks the beginning of the holiday shopping craze. Students will be able to add some understanding and analysis to those shopping trips after calculating savings in dollars and percents with this very timely investigation. shopping-season.pdf CCSS: 6.RP.3 , 7.EE.2 , 7.EE.3 For members we have an editable Word doc and solutions. shopping-season.doc shopping-season-solutions.pdf… 0, 6