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đ In this updated activity, students will explore patterns and formulate mathematical relationships through the Canstruction exhibit âDownside Up.â Begin with the starter slides for init...

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đ In this updated activity, students will explore patterns and formulate mathematical relationships through the Canstruction exhibit âDownside Up.â Begin with the starter slides for init...

At the Toys R Us store, we saw an amazing LEGO creation. Â He was a life-sized LEGO fireman with a walkie-talkie, an oxygen tank and even an oxygen...

In this problem based activity students first guess and then try to calculate whether they will have enough paper to wrap this present without taping pieces of wrapping paper together.
Con...

In this activity students assume that all of our pieces of chocolate are about the same thickness and proceed to approximate their volumes by comparing only their surface areas.
Consider sh...

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Dr. Sara Santos is a popular mathematician and speaker on mathematics. She has worked out a method for wrapping boxes (rectangular prisms) as efficiently as possible. (W...

Jodie Berman, a high school math teacher in Chicago, loves mathematics and loves to cook. Â We've created an activity based on her Monster Cake (composed ...

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Act 1 - Big question =Â How many times bigger than a regular Snickers bar is this?
What info would you like to know?
How are you going to judge how much bigger this ...

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They changed it. That is so not fair ... or is it? You can check out a video news story on the delicious shrinking Toblero...

Number Sense
Geometry
Math and Food
Holidays and Annual Events
3-act tasks
Data and probability
Wow factor

Act One: Take a look at the first picture (Krispy-Kreme-photos). What is the first question that comes to mind? How many donuts is that? What information would be useful?
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