Looking for free but high quality solar eclipse math and science activities? Here are the best I have found from all over the Internet. For Elementary How Big Is the Sun? The Sun is the largest object in our solar ...

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Looking for some free Thanksgiving math resources that practice solid computational and thinking skills in a fun and engaging way? Here are the ones I will be using. I have some for every grade pre K- 8th! Greg Tang Thanksgiving ...

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Math in music and art is a fun and engaging topic for math enrichment, whether through a math club, a math camp, or just to incorporate into your regular instruction. One of my favorite teaching moments with a group of ...

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Free summer math camps pdf available! I just had a request from a member for suggestions for running summer math camp, so I put together a guide to what has worked for me in the past. It includes ideas for ...

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One of my favorite math camp, math club, or enrichment topics for kids is exploring infinity, fractals, and tessellations. These topics aren’t part of the typical elementary and middle school math curriculum, but they build a deeper understanding of the ...

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One of the best ways I have found to motivate young boys (and many girls) to learn math is through teaching math with their favorite superheroes. Here are some fun and engaging free ideas for super hero themed math for ...

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As spring fever starts you might want to consider using baseball to teach math. There is no sport that is more a game of mathematics! “Properly played, baseball consisted of mathematics, geometry, art, philosophy, ballet, and carnival, all intertwined like the ...

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Are you looking for free resources and ideas to incorporate the Super Bowl into your math instruction? Here are some of the best I’ve found.  Updated 1/24/24 to fix links! Measurement and Graphing Activities Use geometry and spatial skills to fold ...

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Tessellation artist Makoto Nakamura has made several versions of these perpetual puzzles that are great for an independent student activity. They would be perfect for early finishers in a classroom, for a warm up to a small group or individual tutoring ...

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If you are looking for a way for students to understand the importance of number sequences and patterning in the real world, the Fibonacci sequence is a natural way to accomplish this. While gifted and talented students can dive into ...

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Here are some fun and engaging ways to incorporate March Madness into your math instruction. Class Tournament I have seen two ways to do this. In one, students compete individually against a new partner every day or two and advance ...

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