# Monday Must Reads: Volume 60

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It’s Monday which means it’s once again time to look through all my twitter likes for the past week to prepare for this week’s volume of Monday Must Reads. I find that I’m much more likely to actually implement the amazing ideas I find if I take a bit of time each week to look through these tweets, share them with the world, and write a short summary of each one. I frequently find myself searching through my old volumes of Monday Must Reads for tweets to use, and I hope that you find these posts inspirational and useful in your own classroom.

By the way, can you believe that this is my 60th compilation of math teacher twitter awesomeness? It seems like I just started putting these together a few months ago!

## Multiplication Grid Puzzle

I love these puzzles of the week from TAHMaths and Clare Bond!

## Area Puzzle

## Circle Theorem Questions

These circle theorem questions from Mary-Kate Connolly look lovely!

## Math Vocabulary

I love the looks of this math vocabulary etymology from Sarah Farrell!

## STEAM Quilt

Federico shares an amazing STEAM quilt created by students highlighting minority leaders in their fields.

## Dog Graph

Dorinda shares a comical graph she plans on using with her Algebra students. How fun would it be to give the students the graph and the categories and have students try to match each category with a curve on the graph. I think this could lead to some awesome discussions!

## Binomial Distribution Pop Quiz

Craig Zamaira introduces the topic of binomial distributions by having students take a pop quiz they know NOTHING about. Brilliant!

## Receipt Activity

Ashley Carter engages students working with decimals and percents by having them make their own receipts featuring sales and discounts. How fun!

## Geometry Art

Judy Hobbs shares some beautiful student artwork.

## Goldfish Proportions

Kay Kubena poses the most interesting stats questions – what proportion of your goldfish are smiling?

## Test Prep Organization

Douglas Shook shares a great idea for organizing ACT and SAT practice tests for students to take on their own time.

## Completing the Square Puzzles

Michelle Rinehart shares some algebra tile based completing the square puzzles.

## Post It Note Survey

Want to get an idea of how students feel about a topic? Check out this post-it note idea from Mr. Loizides.

## Geometry Classroom Decorations

Stephanie Guliano offers up some exciting ways to decorate your math classroom.

## Statistics Accuracy Activity

Katie Middleton engages students with a fun activity to see if they are more accurate with their dominant or non-dominant hand.

## Pancake Party

Until next week, keep sharing your awesome ideas!

Want even more ideas? I suggest checking out previous volumes of Monday Must Reads!