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Indigenous Peoples or Columbus Day

Algebra Geometry Math and Social Studies Holidays and Annual Events
When Columbus landed in Guanahani (renamed San Salvador, Bahama Islands by Columbus), he began the European settlement of the New World. Guanahani was inhabited by the  Taíno people and...

Watson saves

Algebra Geometry Sports
Ben Watson, former American Football tight end, made a remarkable play in 2005 that will forever remain one of the all-time great tackles. The play was in the 2005 AFC divisional...

Tiny vacuum with a huge reach

Algebra Number Sense Geometry 3-act tasks
From the vacuum description and advertisement in the PDF, how long do you think its cord must be? Thanks to Brian Shoemaker, Newton, MA teacher, for the idea and pictures.

Spiraling squares - compass and straight edge

Algebra Number Sense Geometry Holidays and Annual Events Math and Art
Can you see the many spirals in this design? Students calculate the size of each increasing round of squares and consider what sort of spirals these must be. Working wit...

Pythagorean Triples and coloring

Algebra Number Sense Geometry Math and Art
Pythagorean triples are not only handy for students to recognize but produce some interesting and lovely patterns.  We've combined a little coloring with our Pythagorean Triple pattern invest...

Boeing 787 draws an airplane over the United States

Number Sense Geometry Ratio and Proportion
Recently, pilots of a Boeing 787 testing a new set of Rolls Royce engines, fulfilled their FAA required long-distance endurance requirement in an unusual way. The Boeing pilots decided to have ...

Spiraling triples

Number Sense Geometry Math and Art
Let students explore the patterns of perfect squares and Pythagorean Triples as they analyze our piece of art and decide why the resulting construction looks like spiraling squares. For a finale the...
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