30 Activities that Help Students Apply Mathematical Thinking to Real-Life Situations
This book answers the questions, "Why do I have to do math?" and "When will I ever use it?". Your students will learn how mathematics affects them every day as they tackle questions such as: What kind of ball rolls downhill the fastest? What's the tallest structure you can build that stands by itself? Students will eagerly dive into these 30 practical and exciting investigations that sharpen their reasoning powers, reveal their creativity, and help them apply math concepts‹all while having FUN! Geared to the NCTM Standards.
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Math consultants/former teachers Martin Lee and Marcia Miller have authored several math books for Scholastic including Real-Life Math Investigations, Estimation Investigations, and Great Graphing. They have been developing creative math materials for teachers and students for more than ten years. They live and work in New York City.
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