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Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade 2019

 As we get ready for next week’s holiday, students can study a map of the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, describe, measure and hypothesize why this route was chosen and then calculate how long each band will be marching…

Macy’s has some new balloons

These giant beauties can be measured in handler height, taxi cab widths, stories tall, and bicycle lengths.  What does that all mean?  How big are these balloons. The activity: Macy’sNewBalloons.pdf

Not enough mashed potatoes

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…

Canstruction

In this 3-act activity, students look for a pattern to count these cans. Canstruction is an annual event that takes place just before Thanksgiving in cities throughout the world to raise money and gather food for local food banks.

Delicious pumpkin pie

I make the best, best, really best pie. Every year more and more people come to our house on Thanksgiving morning for my famous pumpkin pie and a hike in the nearby woods.  This year 23 people have already accepted.…

Thank You!

We are excited to share some recent blog posts about Yummymath.  Enjoy what people are saying and how they are using our website and materials. Yummymath has Yummy Ideas!  A one to one classroom teacher describes the impact of using yummymath…