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Lesson ideas and great resources for the last days of the year
Model Spider Webs using Math and many more surprises
Origami in Space
Origami in Space, Miura, and Trease folds and more
Fractals are not only about self similarity but also fractional dimensions and measure of roughness
Introduction to Vedic Mathematics
Mathematical Secrets of Pascal Triangle - Task Cards
Star Wars Math
Celebrate 4th of May or use for Halloween. Star Wars themed math activities
How to create optical illusions using Google Slides
Making informed decisions with Verified Data
Diagonals of Rectangles
Diagonals of Rectangles Investigation based on the least common multiple LCM concept.
CEASER CIPHER task cards
Spirograph Investigation about the radius of the fixed disc or wheel, (the number of teeth), the radius of the revolving disc,
and the location of the pen (point) on the moving disc.
Countability and the Hilbert's infinity Hotel Paradox Task
A closer look to Cube
A Cube Investigations about surface area and volume, numbers, 3d modeling, probability, and fractals.
An easy exponential growth task to prove vampires do not exist
Prime Numbers and The Cicadas 17-year Life Cycle Task
Number of Lattice Squares Puzzle-like Task
Create a Math Clock
Creating a Math clock using a blank clock template - Fractions and Angles
Fibonacci Sequence Tasks with Polypad
A Polypad activity to find the angles between the hour and minute hand of a clock
A lesson plan to explore the way that Ancient Egyptians using unit fractions to represent all the fractions.
An Excel File to demonstrate the decimal parts of the fractions - The Source is anonymous
Billiard Table Problem
A great activity to explore the paths of billiard balls on a idealized pool table.
Playgrounds are the best places to explore math and physics. There are many activities with classical structures like swings, slides, and seesaws.
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