Math in Demand: 2015

Monday, December 28, 2015

Valentines Puzzle

We have created a Valentines Slope Puzzle.  Students will be coloring, cutting, and gluing each puzzle piece according to its slope.  Students will be determining the slope between two given points.  This is a great hands on activity that also asks students to determine the difference between an undefined slope and no slope (zero).


 

 Right now, you can purchase this activity through our Teachers Pay Teachers store.  We should have it on our online store very shortly.


Sunday, December 13, 2015

Christmas Slope Activity

Since my students loved my other slope puzzle activity, I decided to create a similar puzzle but with a Christmas theme.  It was a big hit with my students!  I have added this activity to my Teachers Pay Teachers store.  Try it out! Your students will love it!








 

Friday, December 11, 2015

Christmas

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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope your week has been going well so far. We have just over 2 weeks left before Christmas break!!  Please check out my fun holiday activities.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Mitosis Puzzle Activity

I decided to complete my Mitosis puzzle activity with help from my husband :)

Cut and paste activity

Students will need scissors

Color the puzzle pieces

You can skip coloring if you don't have colored pencils

After coloring cut out all puzzle pieces

Puzzle pieces all cut out

Students will need to determine where to place the puzzle pieces

Each phase has a diagram

In addition, each phase has facts

Gluing down the puzzle pieces

My husband helped me with this activity :)

All done gluing!!!

Finished activity!

 Conclusion: This was a great activity!  My husband even enjoyed the activity.  You can have students work individually or in pairs.  It is a great hands on activity.  After students finish gluing down the puzzle pieces, they will reflect upon their learning.

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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Mitosis Puzzle Activity

So, since my Mitosis flipbook has been pretty popular, I decided to create a Mitosis puzzle activity.

Cover Page

Students will be cutting and pasting puzzle pieces according to their stage.
 




You can purchase this activity by going to my Teachers Pay Teachers account or by going to my store.

Slope Puzzle Activity

I just finished creating a slope puzzle activity.  This is a great hands on activity for any class learning about slope.

Cover Page
Students will be cutting and pasting puzzle pieces according to their slope.




There will be six puzzle pieces similar to the puzzles above.

Each puzzle will contain a graph, equation, table, and points.

Students will glue the pieces according to their slope.

You can purchase this activity by going to my Teachers Pay Teachers account or my store.

My Girls

My daughter, Brooklyn, turned 2 months old!


David loves to dress his girls in Chargers gear.

Thanksgiving

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and ate lots of food!!!  I had a great time with my family and of course my sister and I talked a lot about Teachers Pay Teachers.  My sister is also a teacher and sells her Science material on TPT.  After my husband, my daughters, and I got home we decided to put up our Christmas tree.  My husband surprised both my daughter and I by creating a velcro Christmas tree for Chloe.  He stayed up past midnight for 3 nights cutting and coloring the ornaments.  Let me know what you think of his Christmas tree.  Happy Holidays!!!


Chloe with her Christmas Tree

Chloe LOVED her tree!

David was really creative with the ornaments!