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Multiply by 10 and 100 Song: ADAM UP - Maths Adventures (Bournville Junior School Version) - YouTube

Great idea for a geometry lesson! Students must create a portrait of an alien using the specified shapes. Be sure to check out the student examples in this post.

▶ Multiples and Factors Song: ADAM UP - Maths Adventures - YouTube

PI IN THE SKY! This year we will celebrate the Pi Day of the century, 3.1415 (March 14, 2015) - so the Education Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has crafted a stellar math challenge to show students of all ages how NASA scientists & engineers use the mathematical constant pi. The 2015 problem set - available as a web infographic and printable handouts - features 4 real-world, NASA math problems for students in grades 4 through 11...

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Higher level thinking is one of the keys to Common Core. This 35 page packet encourages students to tap into higher level thinking by using nonfiction text to create and solve word problems.

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Poop has incredible power-and some scientists think we may actually use it to GENERATE power. See how feces can save lives, create energy, and even ...

The famous Hindu astronomer, Bhaskaracharya in his Surya Siddhanta wrote: “Objects fall on the earth due to a force of attraction by the earth. Therefore, the earth, planets, constellations, moon and sun are held in orbit due to this attraction.” It was not until 1687, 1200 years later did Issac Newton “rediscover” the Law of Gravity. In addition Bhāskarcharya's work on calculus predates Newton and Leibniz by over half a millennium