High school math projects
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I love all these ideas for math projects for the end of the year!! Perfect for middle or high school math with real world connections. Projects include floor plans, sports, sculptures, creating cities, researching colleges, and more. Lots of skills like graphing, volume, scale drawing, area, perimeter, density, and cost calculations.
michele keeler saved to 6th grade math
Description Students will show what they know about slope intercept form, linear equations, and x and y intercepts in this fun and creative stained glass slope project! Perfect to use as an activity or assessment while teaching slope. Great integration of math and art! ⭐ This resource includes: teacher activity directions student directions 3 linear equation worksheet pages for students to complete that determine the lines they will graph photos of finished projects sample solution grading…
Janet Einhart saved to math
Real life math lessons are key to helping students see the connections between in class lessons and real life.
Elisa Hiebert saved to Teacher Hacks
I blame @bowmanimal for all of this. A few months ago he blogged about conceptualizing volume in calculus before formalizing. At the time, I had just started looking over past AP Calc exams, wondering how I was going introduce volume (solids with known cross sections and solids of revolution). Volume is a calculus topic I've not taught before, and I want my students to do more than memorize the formulas. Because, as our own textbook puts it so beautifully: "Some students try to learn…
Rosemary Blum saved to Math Teacher Resources
These 5 geometry projects for middle or high school are a great alternative assessment for your student. Project-based learning is so important to...
This is a MUST HAVE poster for any middle school math classroom! Decorate and educate! Your 4th, 5th, or 6th grade math class will really benefit from the Divisibility Rules Posters!
We encounter math on a daily basis, but sometimes that is not addressed in class. Make math real to your elementary, middle, or even high school students with the tips and strategies found in this post. Bring in artifacts that relate to the lesson so your
A free slope puzzle for positive, negative, zero and undefined slope. Great for interactive notebooks or as a stand-along activity for #algebra review.
Scaffolded Math and Science saved to Slope