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    Playful Math for Middle & High School

    As our children (and their parents!) play around with mathematical ideas and the relationships between them, we develop deep understanding that is strong enough to support future learning.


    Playful Math for Middle & High School

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    Doodling in Math Class: Stars

    Doodling in Math Class: Stars

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    Kick off a new year of mathematical play for the whole family!

    2016 Mathematics Game

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    How to Learn Math is a free class for learners of all levels of Mathematics

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    Fun trig challenge puzzle.

    Trigonometry Pile Up! | Great Maths Teaching Ideas

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    Math activities you can do with a handful of pennies.

    A Penny for Your Math

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    High school math teacher Chris Rime has done it again. Check out his November 2015 printable math calendars for Algebra 1 (in English or Spanish), Algebra 2, and Geometry students. Enjoy! Things to...

    November Math Calendars

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    Ms. Milleson's 7th Grade Blog: Capture/Recapture - Proportions Math Activity

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    Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project to practice rates and proportions

    Math = Love: Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project

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    great activity teaching rations and proportions plus useful link to Dan Meyer's Three Act Math Tasks which is a collection of creative real-world math problems supported by videos (math centre enrichment?) | math problem-solving

    Math = Love: Sugar Packets and Proportions

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    7 Trigonometry gifs. MIND = BLOWN.

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    A delightful little HTML5 puzzle game that takes a few seconds to take off and a few hours to beat. Playable right in the browser, including mobile,

    Game about Squares

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    The Last Block game - with pattern blocks. Make your own game boards using triangle graph paper.

    Playing with Pattern Blocks | Unschooling Conversations

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    Invent a new sequence. Give it a name. I’d love to hear how you explain it!

    Math with Many Right Answers

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    Building Linear Functions - Authentic Math Task Lesson Reflection good for algebra 1 or algebra 2

    Mrs. E Teaches Math

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    How can we divide it evenly, so we each get a fair share? How big is your piece?

    Infinite Cake: Don Cohen's Infinite Series for Kids

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    Math game and logic puzzle from Henry Dudeney’s classic book, The Canterbury Puzzles.

    Math Game: Thirty-One

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    Real world problems. Great example...how many movies can you see in one day, justify answer with viable argument.

    Lessons | Robert Kaplinsky - Glenrock Consulting

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    April 2015 Math Calendar: Each date is a math puzzle.

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    Memorizing area formulas is a rite of passage for adolescents. It’s fun and useful—you know, like acne...

    The Secret to All Areas

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    The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Formative Assessment Lessons - They are more fun than they sound!

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    Math Manifesto: From the very beginning of my education, I can do these things to some degree. And I am always learning to do them better...

    The Math Student’s Manifesto

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    Slip into your workout clothes and pump up those mental muscles with the Annual Mathematics Year Game Extravaganza!

    2015 Mathematics Game

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    Hit Me! (Integers Math Game) Build understanding of negative numbers with this family-favorite game.

    Hit Me! (A Math Game)

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    War: what is it good for? Printable cards for Trig and Logarithm War game from The Pai Intersect.

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    Age 12 ~ Geometric Drawing: These forms were created using a straight edge and compass and are based on different number patterns.

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