Super Bowl ads and scientific notation

2023-11-20 09:44:37

Super Bowl ads and scientific notation



The Super Bowl is over now and all of the ads have been seen. Let your students revisit and reflect on the interesting commercials with this scientific notation activity. Students practice using scientific notation as they calculate the cost of Super Bowl commercials. After working with these incredible costs, students get to express their opinions about the ads and decide who the marketing was geared towards. Newton teacher, Matt Timmins gave us this timely activity which would be great to use on the days after the Super Bowl. Enjoy!


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