We’ve gathered some data on movie ratings and their sequels and asked students to analyze the data, decide on some analysis and debate (with their mathematical data) which are better … the original movies or their sequels. Students see what…

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Can you see the many spirals in this design? Students calculate the size of each increasing round of squares and consider what sort of spirals these must be. The activity: SpiralingSquares.pdf Working with a little mathematical art is a great…

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Sunday, February 17th will be NBA All-Star game. The two team captains are Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) and LeBron James (Los Angeles Lakers). These guys were the vote getters among fan/media/players votes. On Thursday, Feb. 7 at the All Star Draft Show they…

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Happy Holidays! This Soda Menorah was on display in a Florida Target store. It is made up entirely of 12-packs of Coca-Cola products. What questions do you have? Start out the activity by giving kids a minute or two to…

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Using his famous mashed potato recipe, Brian has asked students to change decimals to fractions, to calculate ingredient measures for various-sized Thanksgiving gatherings, to explain their thinking in calculating these figures and to judge how many servings could be created…

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These days it seems everyone is on social media. Are you? Famous athletes and entertainers are on social media and they can make a lot of money. In this activity students study how the number of Twitter followers relates to tweet…

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This can’t be right! If my flight cost $200 and I stayed for 10 days it would be free. Right? You can kick off this activity by asking students to think about where in the world they would love to travel…

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We thought that you might like to see some of the feedback that we receive about YummyMath. On May 22, 2018 Dear Leslie, First, I want you to know how much I have enjoyed using your website to address the…

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Happy Holidays! This Soda Santa is made up entirely of 12-pack cans of Coca-Cola products. What questions do you have? Start out the activity by giving kids 30 seconds to look at the picture and have them take a quick…

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