The Great Rate Race of 2014

So what exactly are rates and unit rates? Well, a rate is a special type of ratio where instead of comparing items, we’re comparing measurements. An example of a rate would be something like: Brianna went camping with her family. Each day they went hiking. They...

Math Movie Network: Adding Decimals

We added two new videos. The first video (above) was one that we created in order to try to introduce others to the Math Movie Network website and how to use it. We wanted to share what you can find there and how you can navigate through it. Jesse, Sam, and Irene walk...

Introducing MathMovieNetwork.com!

Math Movie Network logo, we’re prepared to announce what we’ve been working on for the past few months. We’d like to introduce to you… MathMovieNetwork.com! [/et_pb_text] As you know, we’ve been making math videos for quite some time now....

Arrrrrithmetic

Avast! We weighed anchor and started our activity! T’ sixth grade landlubbers were given a math problem involvin’ those hornswagglin’ decimals. These buccaneers worked as a team t’ try t’ solve it. When t’ problem was solved,...

1, 2, 3…Fore!

As our final math project for the year, we tied together many of the topics that we learned about to build our own mini-golf course! Students took what the knowledge they had gained about perimeter, area, angles, mean, median, and mode and used this in the planning,...