The Evolution Of Math 1950: A lumberjack sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of this price. What is his profit? 1960 (traditional math): A lumberjack sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of this price, or in other words $80. What is…
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40 Cheesy Math Jokes That'll Make "Sum" of Your Students LOL
Looking for a fun opener for your math class? We looked around and gathered 30 of the corniest, cheesiest, funniest math jokes to help you out.
Pi Day Activities for all Preschoolers and Beyond - By Age - Louisville Family Fun
I’ve always loved math. I won all of the mental math challenges by my 5th grade teacher and loved my pencil rewards. When I was in high school, I would spend my study periods or lunch at the middle school helping other kids or my evenings & weekend tutoring for some spending cash. I tried to steer away from it [...]
Math Jokes for Kids and Teachers
// Buy it now (or get it on TPT) "I love these! I hang a new joke up during every topic and my kids get a kick out them." - Jeanellyn Hemmerick "Love this. Made my students laugh and question what the other ones mean. Great job." - Noreen J. "Just what I was looking…