M & M Candy: I Want Green
Eighth graders use colored candy pieces (such as M & M's) to compare mathematical expectations and experimental probability. They pick pieces of candy randomly, and graph their results. This classic lesson plan never fails to engage Students.
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Dr. Seuss Comes to Middle School Math Class
If you think Dr. Seuss has no place in a math classroom, then take a look at this resource. Based on the classic children's book Green Eggs and Ham, this sequence of activities engages children learning to model real-world contexts with...
6th - 8th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Linear Equations in Two Variables
This traditional textbook style unit includes vocabulary, a direct explanation section, examples, practice problems that directly line up with the explanations and examples, and a unit summary review and practice problems. Learners get...
7th - 9th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Micro-Geography of the Number Line
Young mathematicians dive into the number line to discover decimals and how the numbers infinitely get smaller in between. They click the zoom button a few times and learn that the number line doesn't just stop at integers. Includes a...
5th - 8th Math CCSS: Adaptable