Get out your scissors and construction paper. Here’s a fun way to teach little ones to make a heart – and integrate geometry too!… More

Get out your scissors and construction paper. Here’s a fun way to teach little ones to make a heart – and integrate geometry too!… More

I’ve avoided GeoGebra for a year. But now that I’m in – I’m making circles and triangles dance!… More

Check out this fun math picture book and build your own Pythagorean Rope!… More

This math picture book is best for 11-15 year olds, but my 2 year old and 42 year old still loved it!… More

Do you know how rectangles and triangles compare to each other? Check out this eHow.com video to see!… More

Who needs formulas when you’ve got scissors and glue!?… More

You expose yourself to more risk when you take the fast route between your car and the store. Sometimes the hypotenuse in a right triangle isn’t the best way to go!… More

Similar triangles can be different from congruent triangles. Here’s how to play with them on a nifty toy.… More

What’s the difference between congruent and similar triangles? This post shows it – AND there’s a video on how to demonstrate and learn congruent triangles with the Discovery Toys Giant Pegboard!… More

You can use a pegboard and rubber bands to experiment with right triangles. Here are some ideas.… More