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Total lunar eclipse

Geometry Math and Science Current events Wow factor
On the morning of November 8, 2022, many of us will be able to see the last full lunar eclipse until March 2025. Luckily, many of us will be able to see the eclipse pretty close to when we woul...

The size of chocolates

Number Sense Geometry Math and Food Holidays and Annual Events
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...

How much pee is in this pool?

Number Sense Geometry Math and Science Funny Wow factor
After chlorination, it has been hard to measure the quantity of pollutants in pool water.  A Canadian chemist, Xing-Fang Li, has found a marker for urine that chlorine doesn't disguise....

The James Webb space telescope and the Hubble

wp:paragraph There have been outstanding images coming to NASA from the James Webb Telescope. Take some time to compare the Webb to the Hubble telescope that has been sending images to Earth s...

How big of a crepe can you make?

Algebra Number Sense Geometry Math and Food Ratio and Proportion
At Costco you can buy this huge tub of nutella.  It contains nearly 7 pounds of chocolaty-hazelnut spread. We use nutella to make banana/nutella crepes.  How long will that tub last u...

Will one roll be enough?

Number Sense Geometry Holidays and Annual Events Ratio and Proportion
Students can use the man or the basket as a reference as they try to approximate the size of these gifts and how much wrapping paper will actually be needed. Approximation, surface are...

What can you tell about a snowflake?

Geometry Math and Science Math and Art
As a snowflake falls from the sky, its crystal grows according to the humidity and temperatures of the air that it passes through. In this activity, students interpret a graphic that clarifies ...

Monster cake

Number Sense Geometry Math and Food Ratio and Proportion
Jodie Berman, a high school math teacher in Chicago, loves mathematics and loves to cook.  We've created an activity based on her Monster Cake (composed ...

Can you show that the Pythagorean Theorem works?

Algebra Number Sense Geometry
Use this activity to help your students work through the meaning of the Pythagorean theorem. Pythagorean theorem experiences are often skill and drill work with contrived right triangle problem...

Ramen noodle heist

Number Sense Geometry Math and Food Ratio and Proportion
In 2018, a truck trailer was stolen from a parking lot in Georgia. The trailer was filled with Ramen noodle packages and its contents were valued at $98,000. What do you wonder about this heist?&...
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