A fun zipper monster pencil case turns into a Project Based Learning activity! More

A fun zipper monster pencil case turns into a Project Based Learning activity! More

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! More

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! More

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! More

Do you teach transformations? Are they tough to introduce? Try this activity! More

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! More

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! More

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

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! More

I would never have seen this rectangle – but K8 noticed it! More