• Math

Resources and Activities below are organized by grade level and content area. Required resources and guiding questions are included.

• New Baby Giraffe (Math 6)

Grades 6 - 8 Activity

How might I apply ratios to solve real world problems?

6.1.2.2

Resources Needed

1. Click the link under Resources
2. Setting context - Watch the youtube video
3. Go to the activity titled 'Willow' and answer the prompts
4. Record your reflections.

• How do we fix Nana's Chocolate Milk?orce & Motion (Math 6)

Grades 6 - 8 Activity

How do we fix Nana's Chocolate Milk?

6.1.1.4

Resources Needed

1. Click the link under Resources.

2. Watch the video to complete Act 1. Respond to question 1.

3. Use number lines to graph/show all possible solutions

4. Watch act 3 to see a possible answer.

5. Apply your learning to a new situation by watching a Sequel video and determining your answer

• World Record Balloon Dog (Math 7)

Grades 6 - 8 Activity

How long will it take the dog to pop all of the balloons?

7.2.2.2

Resources Needed

1. Open the Desmos Student link under Resources and type on N9DZS
2. Complete the activity and answer the questions
3. Go to http://www.101qs.com/3933
4. Complete Acts 1 and 2, respond to 1-4 questions,
5. View the video to verify the asnwer

• Thank you Mother and Father for all those diapers (Alg. 8)

Grades 6 - 8 Activity

Which is cheaper to buy: cloth diapers or disposable diapers?

8.2.2

Resources Needed

1. Click the link under Resources, 'Activity Resource #1'
2. Read the context titled Thank you Mother and Father for all of those diapers
3. Click on the pdf link to access the activity, 'Diapered'
4. You can use Notability to export PDF
5. Persevere through questions, do your best to provide your responses
6. You can view samples of student work to self-reflect

•  Desmos Student (Intermediate Alg.)

Grades 8 - 9 Activity

Students explore graphs of queadratic relationships.
Students predict whether various basketball shots will go through the hoop, and then model these shots with parabolas to check their predictions.

9.2.2.1

Resources Needed

1. Click the link under Resources, 'Desmos Student' and type on WZFMD
2. Complete steps 1-30, answer the prompts
3. Record new vocabulary you might have encountered.
4. Record your observations/noticings and wonderings in your notebook

• Explore Trigonometric Ratios (Geometry)

Grades 9 - 10 Activity

What makes an organisms "fit"?

9.3.4.2a, 9.3.4.2b, 9.3.4.2c

Resources Needed

1. Open the link, 'Right Triangles' and watch the video introducing trigonometry.
2. Open the link, 'Finding Angles' to practice finding angle measures/side lengths using trigonometric functions.
3. Use feedback/game features to monitor your own learning.

• Misfits Activity (Alg. 2)

Grades 9 - 12 Activity

9.4.3.1

Resources Needed

1. Access the link, 'Misfits'
2. Complete the Misfits activity. You can win a trophy!
3. For extra information or review of concepts or counting, permutations or combinations, watch the video, 'Video Counting Principles'

• Badge Investigation (Alg. 2)

Grades 9 - 12 Activity

9.4.3.1b

Resources Needed

1. Go to the link to the left and access Transum Club Investigation.
2. You will complete a mathematical investigation.The best investigations are open ended and allow students to choose the way they work and how they record their findings.
3. Have fun!

• Tree Diagrams (Alg. 2)

Grades 9 - 12 Activity

9.4.3.1

Resources Needed

1. Open the link under resources, 'Tree Diagrams'
2. Try your best to answer the questions above. Type your answers into the boxes provided leaving no spaces.
3. As you work through the exercise regularly click the "check" button. If you have any wrong answers, do your best to do corrections but if there is anything you don't understand, record your questions.
4. When you answer all questions, may want to print out this page for evidence and reference
5. You can also try levels 2 and 3.