### Right Triangle Check

Project Goal: The user types in three side lengths of a triangle. The program will tell the user if the triangle lengths create a right triangle or not. Printable Lesson , -Ashley Tewes

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### Right Triangle Check

### Logarithms: How Long Until I Double My Money?

### Positive Mixed Number ←→ Improper Fraction

### Rainbow Parabolas

### How Will you Pay?

### How Safe is Safe?

### Tip Calculator

### Subtracting Integers Race Game

### Beetleblocks: A STEAM Coding and 3D Printing Lesson

### Find My Area

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Project Goal: The user types in three side lengths of a triangle. The program will tell the user if the triangle lengths create a right triangle or not. Printable Lesson , -Ashley Tewes

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Students will create a program where the user can either type in a mixed number and the program will transfer it to a non-reduced improper fraction, or the user can type in an improper fraction and the program will transfer it to a mixed number. Lesson Plan: Student and Teacher Guide , -Ashley Tewes

Have you or your students ever wondered how a graphing calculator is programmed? Well in this festive lesson “Rainbow Parabolas” (inspired by amazing work of Ontario educators Lisa Ann Floyd, George Gadanidis, and Jeff Cummings) you’ll code your first graphing calculator and work to apply your own magical transformation knowledge! Idea taken from this Tweet…

Students will create a program that will ask them the amount of their bill. Then they will get to choose what bills and coins they will use to pay their bill. Lesson Plan: Student and Teacher Guide , -Ashley Tewes

If your students are like ours, they’re hungry to get as many applications of money in math class as possible? Let’s feed this hunger and help them grow in their financial literacy! In this lesson, students will explore exponential decay through the lens of inflation and the future value of $1000. P.S. Certainly this is…

Students will create a program that will ask for their bill amount and how much they want to tip. Then, the program will calculate the final amount they will pay including their bill and tip. Lesson Plan Here , -Ashley Tewes

In the middle school setting I have had the privilege of teaching 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Over the years, I have noticed my students consistently struggling with integer operations, regardless of the age. When students are learning skills in their current math class, they continue to get frustrated with the mistakes they make…

This week’s vlog uses an amazing 3D environment called Beetleblocks! It will give you an experience of coding in a geometry mindset to help your students better understand the structure of 3D solids. An amazing STEAM lesson that you and your students will LOVE 🙂 Extensions: 1) Modify your Code to create an N-gon Prism! …

This week’s primary lesson focuses calculating areas of different polygons. Students will create a program that will find the area of a square, rectangle, triangle, rhombus, and trapezoid. This lesson is easily adaptable to using only a few of the mentioned shapes or using many more. Want to learn how to create this program. Check…