# Tag Archives: geometry

### Project Based Learning Idea – The Zipit Monster Pouch

A fun zipper monster pencil case turns into a Project Based Learning activity! Continue Reading →

### Degrees in a Circle – Why 360?

Do you ever wonder why there are 360 degrees in a circle? Here’s why – along with a FREE Download to help you teach it! Continue Reading →

### Fahrenheit to Celsius – Graphically!

The conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit and back again can be strange. One way to understand it is on a graph. And you can use this to teach some linear algebra too! Continue Reading →

Have you ever tried to make a paper box? It’s a challenge to design, but fun to make with this easy template. And if you teach math, you can use the discussion questions in your lesson! Continue Reading →

### How to Introduce Function Transformations

Do you teach transformations? Are they tough to introduce? Try this activity! Continue Reading →

### Facebook Violations – Doing the Math

It seems like Facebook has a lot of rules. And you can use these to teach area and percentages – both aligned with the Common Core State Standards! Continue Reading →

### The Geometry behind Folding Fitted Sheets

I’m obsessed with folding fitted sheets. Maybe that’s because there’s so much geometry in it. After all I fitted sheet is a concave irregular dodecagon! Continue Reading →

### Geometry and Fractions for Breakfast

Check out how you can make a really cool breakfast treat and reinforce the concepts of geometry as well as fractions with your children. Continue Reading →

### Math with the Short Order Dad – And His Handy-Pal Pan Scraper!

The Short Order Dad uses the Handy-Pal Pan Scraper as a business card. It’s a square with rounded corners – each with a different radius! Continue Reading →

### Seeing Rectangles in Rapunzel's Hair

I would never have seen this rectangle – but K8 noticed it! Continue Reading →