Last year we shared the first half of the photographs sent to us by a family friend. Here is the second half. The email started with the text we’ve included below. When we are students we often loathe mathematics taught in school because we can’t find a connection between it and real life. But we […]
One of our family friends sent us an email with photographs of geometry found in nature. We don’t know if he wrote it himself (thanks Guillermo if you did) or if it was forwarded to him by someone else (if it was, thank you who ever you are). Here is the first part of the […]
What kind of monsters love to dance? Where do zombies go for a swim? What’s the tallest building in Transylvania? Help your students learn the answer to these jokes and riddles with 16 Halloween-ready print-and-go fun math jokes and riddles. Topics range from basic operations to advanced math. Here are some examples you may like: […]
This is a short video we put together to help students see and understand corresponding, same-side interior, alternate interior and alternate exterior angles formed when a transversal intersects a pair of lines. It also covers the SSIA postulate. 😉 Transversals and Angle Names – Common Core Fun
This is a video I made for my geometry class. It shows how to build a line segment from two other ones. Mute it if you find the music distracting–I picked the track for no particular reason.