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#### Leslie's Yummy Pumpkin Pie

Every year more and more people come to our house on Thanksgiving morning for my (Leslie's)famous pumpkin pie and a hike in the nearby woods.  This year 23 people have already accepted. How man...

#### Vampire bats + Mosquito eating bats

Ooooo. Scary!  In this first activity on vampire bats we've given lots of interesting metric and customary unit facts and asked students to relate those sizes to more familiar objects.  Si...

#### Will this be an El Niño winter?

The Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) started to show changes to the Pacific Ocean surface temperatures in April and May of this year.  Those temperatures are still rising which is a marker for the upco...

#### Father's Day and Juneteenth; 3 Activities

For Father's Day (Links to different activities) Thank you Mother and Father for all of those diapers (2015) - Students compare the cost of buying disposable vers...

#### How many hot chocolate scoops do I need?

Even though it is now Spring, here in New England we are still chilled and hope that some hot chocolate will warm us up. ﻿ Clicking on the above image will take you to Brian's movie of makin...

#### The Algebra of Magic Squares

Have you seen magic squares before? How could a teacher use these puzzles to help students with different number skills? How few blank cells could you leave? Are there any special cel...

Jennifer Fairbanks from Hopkinton, MA sent us this picture of the cookies that she baked in 4 hours using 13 eggs and 5 cups of sugar. Do you see some math here? Do you have an add...

#### Someone ate my cake

In this fraction operation and representation activity, students are asked to decide how much of my cake was eaten. Using fraction multiplication (or angle measure if that is where you need an act...

#### A&W's bigger burger

﻿ A&W offered a bigger, tastier burger but it didn't succeed in grabbing customers away from the hugely popular McDonald's quarter pounder. The A&W third pounder...

#### How much chocolate is left?

In this short activity, students reason and calculate what is left of these chocolate bars.  The bars are the same size but are molded into different number of sections.  Which one has...