Enjoy these math problems with your students. Want to learn more? Check out the Guinness site. Largest gathering of people dressed as turkeys Pictured above, the largest gathering of people…

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Read MoreSeveral educational blogs and publications are focusing on the Presidential election and creating ideas for learning opportunities. Our staff and friends have created these historical election math problems to share…

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Read MoreEditor’s Note: This is the fourth in a series on Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention by guest blogger Jeff Hartman. Mistake 4: Using a Program Not Well Designed for…

Read MoreEditor’s Note: This is the third in guest blogger Jeff Hartman’s series on Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention. Mistake 3: Using Teachers as Data Clerks Data is a necessary…

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Read MoreHere are some fun Thanksgiving math problems to share with your class. Turkeys have more than 5000 feathers. How many feathers on a flock of 4 turkeys? The Pilgrims are…

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