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Inspiring Math Success for all Students through Growth Mindsets and Innovative Teaching

youcubed: Penny Collection
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This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them.

youcubed: Youcubed My Heart
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My heart is always with youcubed. Here’s a tessellation of our logo!

youcubed: Exploring Exponents
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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.

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This is a task that combines art, mathematics and design.

youcubed: Picture Story
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Here’s a visual image of infinite possibility! Can you make connections between the visual and the equation?

youcubed: Kite in a Square
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Geometry lovers, give this one a try!

youcubed: Nine Colors
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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!

youcubed: Hex
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Here’s one to make into a puzzle. Print, cut and have some fun! Or take the next challenge and construct (draw) your own!

youcubed: Marbles in a Box
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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.

youcubed: Diminishing Returns
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What happens when you keep continuing a pattern, forever? Delve into the infinite and find the patterns and their area!

youcubed: Friday 13th
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Can you explain why every year must contain at least one Friday the thirteenth?