Inspiring Math Success for all Students through Growth Mindsets and Innovative Teaching
This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them.
My heart is always with youcubed. Here’s a tessellation of our logo!
This task is an opportunity for students to think about why the rules of exponents work, so they can use them with that understanding, rather than trying to remember rules.
This is a task that combines art, mathematics and design.
Here’s a visual image of infinite possibility! Can you make connections between the visual and the equation?
Geometry lovers, give this one a try!
Are you a fan of Rubik’s Cube? Do you like to build something to solve a problem? Here is one of our favorite puzzles!
Here’s one to make into a puzzle. Print, cut and have some fun! Or take the next challenge and construct (draw) your own!
Here’s one of our favorite challenges! This is a three-dimensional version of tic-tac-toe which is called “noughts and crosses” in Great Britain.
What happens when you keep continuing a pattern, forever? Delve into the infinite and find the patterns and their area!
Can you explain why every year must contain at least one Friday the thirteenth?