# Monday Must Reads: Volume 55

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I wasn’t sure if I would find time to put together a new volume of Monday Must Reads this week. But, an unexpected snow day has taken away all my excuses. So, join me as I take a journey through my favorite tweets of the week. I hope you find these as inspiring as I do.

## Math Cheers

Check out these fun math cheers from Laura Lynne Duffy!

## Find the Missing Steps

Check out this brilliant “missing step” set-up from TickTockMaths!

## Math Dates

This weekend, I stumbled across an awesome Math Date twitter account. Can you turn each day’s date into a proper math equation? This account definitely deserves a follow!

## Rationals WODB

Dana Harrington shares a WODB for rational expressions.

## Paired T Test Activity

Stats Teachers: check out this fun, hands-on data collection idea from Lisa Giesbrecht!

## Triangle Scavenger Hunt for Law of Cosines

Marc Lewis shares a way to get pre-calculus students up and moving around the school while learning with a fun scavenger hunt.

## Vector Racing

Ashley Langenderfer shares the fun idea of vector racing. How awesome does that sound?!?

## Function Roller Coasters

Check out some of the roller coasters created by Mrs. O‘s students.

## Goldfish Statistics

Steve Phelps shares a gold-fish inspired stats lesson.

## Writing to Mathematicians

Amber Longhi shares an inspiring extra credit project.

## Fraction and Decimal WODB

Amie Albrecht inspires a fraction/decimal inspired WODB.

## Prime Climb WODB

I also love this combination of Prime Climb with WODB.

## Desmos Artwork Display

Anna McQuillan‘s tweet caught my eye for something in the background. Check out the awesome desmos artwork on display for all to see!

## Cup Matching

Ryecroft Academy shares a great practice structure that I could see being implemented in the secondary classroom as well!

## Game of Life

I love Laura Montgomery‘s idea of a real-world game of life!

## Magnet Graphing

Paul Jorgens shares a great idea for graphing with magnets.

## Cross Sequence Puzzles

These sequence puzzles from Mathspad look lovely!

## Exponential Functions Case

Check out this real-world lesson using exponential functions from Julia Anker. Her blog post contains all the details about this lesson along with downloadable files.

## Systems Splat Task

Will M Dunn shares a great splat task for systems of equations.

## Inequalities Performance Task

Check out this Desmos performance task from Glen Lewis!

## Audi Venn Diagram Puzzle

Claire Verti shares a fun venn diagram puzzler.

## HOT FAT TUNE

Bristol Maths Jam shares an interesting game called HOT FAT TUNE. I’ve seen a similar game before in the work of Frank Tapson (Homlits page 4).

## Alternate Angles Demonstration

João Vieira shares a great hands-on demonstration of alternate angles.Be sure to click through to the tweet to watch the video!

## Quadrilateral Auction

This Quadrilateral Auction from Jennifer Davis looks like so much fun!

## Math Emergency Kit

Damien Eterre shares the kit he put together for math emergencies.

Until next time, keep sharing your awesome ideas!