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Sir Francis Galton, The Bean Machine / Galton Box. Device to demonstrate the central limit theorem, in particular that the normal distribution is approximate to the binomial distribution.

Math- common core for middle and high school. This site looks outstanding for the upper grades. Maybe it will be expanded for elementary.

Multiplying Binomials Activity

Multiplying Binomials Cut & Paste Activity This is a cut and paste activity over multiplying binomials. Students complete a fun puzzle by matching the question (a binomial multiplied by a binomial) to its answer (a trinomial). The pieces are cut out and glued onto the puzzle. Extra pieces are included to make the activity more difficult.

Using pizza Play-Doh to compare fractions - worked great on white boards, and we found out that protractors make great pizza cutters!