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Brian and his son were doing some shopping when he found this shoe. Egad! Could that be someone's real shoe?
In this activity student use a shoe size chart, patterns or linear modelin...

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Brian and his son were doing some shopping when he found this shoe. Egad! Could that be someone's real shoe?
In this activity student use a shoe size chart, patterns or linear modelin...

My friend and I were arguing about how long it would take me to double my investment amounts. How will your students figure this out? Are there any tricks? Explore investing ...

Wow! Check out this deal at Macy's. For $25 I can join Macy's Star Rewards program. I get 10% back in rewards for every dollar I spend. Its pretty cool that Macy's gives p...

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This activity can be used with any grade level elementary through high s...

In the midst of another NFL season, we introduce students to Fantasy Football. Students first calculate football points given touchdowns, yardage gains and interceptions. They are then challenge...

At the amusement park, our friend, Jason, was intrigued with this sign for drink deals. He and his family come often to the park and, during the summer when it is hot, naturally drink a lot. Whi...

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...

Students ponder the relationship between place latitudes and average January temperatures while they try to discover a correlation. Is this a linear or near linear relationship? … averaging, mis...

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