# Real life math

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Grocery Store Math - 16 unique lessons (canned goods, baking, breakfast, generic vs name brands, personal care, pets, cleaning products etc)

Mathalicious is great especially for middle school, high school students. Real life application, full lessons and units aligned to common core

Real Life Math Problems by Grade. Engaging for kids! Great site to bookmark. #zonesmath #notebook

Using Grocery Flyers To Practice Math Skills. There are some really well thought out ways to use these ads in your math lesson. Make real-life connections. A well done post that won't take hours to read. See more at: http://corkboardconnections.blogspot.com/2015/04/using-grocery-flyers-to-practice-math.html

The math ninja - which is the better buy?!

Keep those students engaged these last few weeks of school! Project based learning lets your students apply a variety of language and math skills to real life situations.

Million Dollar Project for Pre-Algebra...I DID THIS IN 6TH GRADE!!!!!It wa sby far the funnest math project EVER!!!! =)

These real life math challenges require a variety of math skills to solve. These challenges are perfect for applying and practicing math skills and helping students understand math relevance. Great for homework, centers, group work or individual practice. Targeted age range is 8-12, but can apply to younger or older kids depending upon skill level and knowledge. These activities address the common core standard for fourth grade as follows: CCSS.Math.Content.4.OA.A.3 FREE

I totally want to use this in my classroom for problem-solving this year! - Carrie

Challenge your students/children to find the angles in their names. In order to connect math skills to real life (personal connection with the name) :)