Math/Science Notebooking Part 4

Platonic Solids

how to memorize unit circle in minutes!! Pinning for future reference!

About the Golden Ratio: The Golden Ratio can be illustrated within special dimensions of Sprials, Triangles and Rectangles where the ratio of the length of the short side to the long side is .618, was noted by ancient Greek architects as the most visually pleasing rectangle and its dimensions were used to construct buildings such as the Parthenon.

What it's about A fictionalized story about how a curious boy named Pythagoras first learned about right angles and then, through experimentation and observation, discovered his famous theorem. Full of clever puns and vibrant cartoon illustrations depicting ancient Greece. Why we like it A superb way to introduce the Pythagorean theorem in the classroom!

Area of 2-D Figures (Foldable) - Lisa Davenport - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Every unit, there will be vocabulary words that students need to know to understand the material. I think this would be an organized foldable perfect for just that. Students could write the word on the front and write the defintion in the flap. Students could utilize this as a studying tool for the test.

Would you like a different way for your algebra students to practice or review solving linear and quadratic equations? This board game will keep them engaged as they solve equations! Common Core Standards A-REI.3 and A-REI.4

Fully functional Jeopardy® (Power Point) game to review for any Math State Standardized Test Preparation. Categories: 1) Equations 2) Graphs 3) Formulas 4) 3D Objects (Volume, Surf. Area, etc) 5) Data Statistics High-quality graphics. As the questions are chosen, they are un-highlighted on the game board to see which questions have not yet been answered. The kids love it!!

art meets math... mandala project