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Black diamonds, ski slopes, and the slope of a line! It’s wintertime, the powdery slopes are open, and it is the perfect season to delve into a line’s slope! In less than eleven minutes, you will know how to find the slope of a line!
Let go of narrow-mindedness with numbers and allow children to let loose in the diverse and broad land of math visuals, subitizing, slinkies, and balloons! This is free-range mathematics and expanded notation!
What does the area of a triangle mean? And why does the formula work? Join us as a Math Specialist, Amy teaches a clutter-free, visual, introduction to the Area of a Triangle.
50% off! Sales, discounts, and Black Friday’s afterMATH. Gather yourselves. There are lessons here for present and future shoppers. Who else wants a deal? Here it is, and it’s absolutely free. Claim it here in today’s “Solving Percent Proportions” lesson.
M & Ms, Brownies, and TURKEYS share the stage with essential vocab, like “remainders.” As Math Specialist, Matthew gently introduces Division with a multitude of manipulatives, carefully crafted language, and isolated math facts. All are woven together for the cause of our kid’s THANKSGIVING in regards to Division!
MEOW! Delve into the goofy journey of three cats and their bizarre eating habits! Could they teach us about graphing 1-Dimensional Inequalities?!
Turn up the volume! What do rabbits and a 4-minute video teach us? Volume matters. I don’t have to expect my students to appreciate all the ways they’ll use Volume in the future. However, I can give them the fun, thoughtfully-paced, visual instruction that Amy demonstrates in today’s lesson.
Our kids are capable of understanding percents. Their differences are strengths and not deficits. Regardless of the election results, this is sure, our students are MADE FOR MATH. VOTE YES for online, fun, hands-on instruction. Download today’s freebie, click “play” on the math lesson!
Politics, Pandemics, and Neopolitan ice cream. Could they give us a launching pad to multiplying fractions?
Kids journey from math madness to math majors: Divide by fractions and two things every parent can do right now.