# Monday Must Reads: Volume 84

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Happy Monday! I have just over a month of summer left. To get me in the mood for thinking about next school year, I thought I should put together a new volume of Monday Must Reads. If you’re new around here, Monday Must Reads is my weekly-ish attempt at capturing the amazing ideas shared by other (mostly) math teachers on twitter. Hopefully you find at least one idea you can adapt for your own classroom!

## Six Trig Functions in One Triangle

David Butler shares a thought-provoking image related to trigonometry.

## Masters of Factoring Certificate

I like Rebecca Kirvan‘s idea of presenting students with a certificate for becoming a master of factoring.

## Math Puzzle Walk

This math walk from Byrne Creek Community School looks super fun!

## Know Your Teacher Challenge

What better way to start the school year than a “Know Your Teacher Challenge?” I love this idea (and the prizes) from Lizzy Henderson.

## Area Between Curves WODB

Chris Bolognese shares a WODB for calculus teachers.

## Desmos Open Middle Puzzle Template

Tim Brzezinski shares a template to create your own Open Middle Puzzles in Desmos. Thanks Tim!

## Cylinder Dissection Activity

How fun does this cylinder dissection activity from Amanda Coffill look?!?

## Math Dice and Desmos

Mark Kaercher combines two of my favorites – Desmos and Math Dice!

## Pinwheel Activity

I like the looks of this pinwheel investigation activity from Coach Snyder.

## Math Sacks

Sonia Marichal shares some “Math Sacks” that she created for students to check out. Each math sack features various books and math games for students to play at home. These look super fun!

## Fractal Art

Sonia also shares some fractal art that she created with her students and how they displayed it throughout the school. Beautiful! Check out Sonia’s blog post for more details.

## Teaching Geometry with Origami

Lauren Rogerson inspires with an origami-based lesson.

## Pick 4 Numbers Puzzle

Mr. Brain shares an interesting little puzzle.

Until next time, keep sharing your awesome ideas! Want even more ideas? I suggest checking out previous volumes of Monday Must Reads!