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How hard is it to kick a field goal? Students look at the probabiliy of making a field goal....with a paper football, of course. This lesson will allow students to examine the relationships between fractions, percents, and decimals.

Turn your brain into a stairmaster! Students will use number sense and proportions to see where steps can take you.

Money Doesn't Grow On Trees

How much trash can one person produce? Students will use proportional reasoning and measurements to find out more about a lifetime of trash.

Let me introduce you to 2 Point Pete. Don’t forget 2 Point Paul and 2 Point Paula. We aren’t sure if Paula will ever be acute triangle, but we do know she is always right. Students will explore perimeter, area and the Pythagorean Theorem using a coordinate plane.

You’re gonna need a bigger boat for this lesson. Students will use measurement and ratios to find out more about one of natures scariest predators.

Square Are They?: Who knew counting was so hard? How many squares are on a chessboard? Student use critical thinking and problem solving skills to come up with a surprising complex and very interesting answer.

How long of a ladder do you need to become a hero? First, student make sure they are safely becoming a hero. Then, they discover the relationships between the Pythagorean theorem, angles of right triangles, and the main three trigonometric functions.

Who knew cutting the cheese could be so difficult? What would happen if a gigantic cube of cheese fell into Central Park, New York? Students will use measurement and proportional reasoning to determine what to do with all of this cheese.