# Monday Must Reads: Volume 33

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Happy Monday! I had a fun weekend if you consider reorganizing your entire kitchen to be fun. It’s certainly an adventure cooking anything now since I have to remember where I put everything! I’m looking forward to this new week of adventures in the classroom. To help inspire me, I set down each weekend and reread all my twitter likes. I write a weekly round-up post of the most inspiring tweets and blog posts which I call “Monday Must Reads.” I hope you enjoy the latest volume.

## Teaching Multiplication with Prime Climb

David Butler shares the idea of using Prime Climb cards to teach multiplication facts. I love the idea of using this powerful visual for motivating multiplication.

## SET Tournament

Tali Lerner inspires with another game-themed activity. I love playing SET with students, but I’ve never thought of having a SET Championship.

## Systems of Equations Would You Rather

Paul Jorgens shares a coin-based Would You Rather problem that is the perfect set-up for systems of equations.

## Algebra Tiles WODB

Paul also shares a creative WODB puzzle involving algebra tiles.

## Quadrilaterals and Parallelograms Two Truths and a Lie

Ms. Grove shares an awesome geometric twist on Two Truths and a Lie.

## Experimental Probability with Post-It Notes

Laura VanDeKop shares a great idea for using post-it notes to display results when exploring experimental probability.

## Quadratics Hedbanz Game

Tori Cox inspires with a quadratics version of Hedbanz. I love that she created different rounds that focused on different aspects of the graph/equation.

## Linear Graphing Matching Assessment

Amanda Atkinson shares a creative twist on a linear graphing assessment.

## Function Composition with Coupons

Sally Cosgrove puts all those Bed Bath and Beyond coupons that show up in your mailbox to good use in a function composition lesson.

## Mosaic Eggs Puzzle for Easter

Grabarchuk Puzzles shares a fun Easter-themed puzzle.

## Graphing Two Variable Inequalities Error Analysis Activity

Madi Roberts shares an awesome error analysis activity. I love the idea of labeling the lines so that students can figure out which line(s) contain mistakes.

## Pi Day Dingbats Challenge

Are you getting geared up for Pi Day? Check out this awesome Pi Day Dingbats challenge from Ms. O’Donnell Maths.

## Bridge Building Contest

Trivino adds some friendly competition to calculus class with a bridge building contest.

## Statistics Y Hat Humor

Some stats-based humor to brighten your day thanks to Melissa Hongsermeier.

## Strimko Writing Assignment

I love how Jae Ess combines the logic of Strimko with a writing assignment. Check out Jae’s blog post about Strimko for more details.

## What has your teacher said 100 times?

Mrs. Yakubov shares a creative idea for celebrating the 100th day of school.

## Christmas Ornament Gifts for Students

I also love these ornaments that Mrs. Yakubov made for all of her students for Christmas.

## Introducing Two Variable Inequalities with Stickers

Rachel Watson shares a great lesson on introducing linear inequalities with two different colors of stickers.

## Polynomials Anchor Chart

Elissa Miller has me inspired to make some anchor charts for my own classroom.

## Magic Squares Ice Breaker Activity

Mrs. Ryan shares a great ice-breaker for the first day involving magic squares.

## Exploring Pi with Pancakes

Lisa Rode combines two of my favorite p-words into one lesson.

## McDonald’s System of Equations Task

Luke Walsh shares a real receipt to motivate a system of equations problem involving eggs and biscuits.

## Organizing Puzzle Table Materials

Druin shares a great tip for keeping puzzle table materials organized.

Until next week, keep sharing those awesome ideas!