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Monday Must Reads: Volume 93

Welcome to a new volume of Monday Must Reads, my weekly-ish attempt at capturing the amazing ideas shared by (mostly) math teachers on twitter. I can’t believe that I have almost compiled 100 of these round-ups! I hope you find an idea or two to use in your own classroom or to share with a coworker.

Geometry Slapjack Review Game

I’m always on the lookout for fun ways to structure practice in math class. Check out this slapjack review game from Tara Maynard!

angle types slapjack geometry review game.
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Blue Angels Transformations Activity

Mrs. Brown highlights a lovely transformations activity from the Virginia Department of Education.

blue angels transformations activity.
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Stacking Origami

Paula Beardell Krieg shares some lovely stacking origami. I’m adding this to my very long list of origami projects to explore!

stacking origami.
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Printable Dice Net

I am mesmerized by this printable dice net from David Butler. No glue needed!

printable dice net from david butler.
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Tape hack

Doing lots of STEM building projects? Check out this teacher hack from Chuck Stoffle!

four tape dispensers holding masking tape on teacher desk in stem classroom
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Coding + WODB

Diane Dreef combines coding with WODB (Which One Doesn’t Belong). What a lovely combination!

which one doesn't belong coding task.
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Using Charty Party Game in Calculus

The creative Kerri Homan shares a way to use the game Charty Party in calculus class. Looks fun!

charty party in ap calculus activity.
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Convince Your Arch Rival Activity

I love this Convince Your Arch Rival idea from Nat Banting! So many possibilities…

Convince Your Arch Rival Tweet.
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Halloween Math Mistakes Activity

I realize that Halloween is now over, but this idea from Chris Luzniak is just too good not to share!

Halloween Math Mistakes Activity.
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Ellipses Self Portrait in Desmos

Suzanne von Oy shares her Desmos self-portrait. LOVE IT!

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

Looking for more brilliant ideas? Check out Volume 92 of Monday Must Reads.

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