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Tired of your students asking you, When are we ever going to need this in life? This project is a great way to get your students to work collaboratively, use their creativity, practice their math skills, and learn what its like to live in The Real World.Through this project students will have to develop a fictitious character.

<p>Learn about the mathematics behind the work of a graffiti artist as he describes how scale factor and measurement are an integral part of the mural design process in this video from Center for Asian American Media. This resource is part of the <a href="/collection/mathcore/?topic_id=1060" target="_blank">Math at the Core: Middle School Collection</a>.</p>

Engage 2nd grade students with this fun, interactive math game. In this teacher vs student powerpoint game, students practice skip counting by 5's. Students are given 4 numbers and they must determine the next 3 numbers. Starting number ranges from 0 to 1000. Great for a guided math center or rainy day activity.

Project Based Learning: Creating a Personal Budget - meeting TEKS financial literacy standards and common core math #PBL

Consumer Math Curriculum-Teachers and Homeschool parents love our high-interest, hands-on curriculum including Lapbook Project Packs, Notebooking Packs and Thematic Unit Study Packs. -8-12th grades. Every day financial skills. Teach your students about: income, deductions, banking, shopping, eating out, investing money, borrowing money, credit, common household expenses, taxes, budgeting, and money management.

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.

Give your students excellent, real-world, applicable practice with exponential functions. Parents & students always comment to me that this is such a valuable activity! Try it out! You'll thank me!

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