### Right Triangle Check: Scratch

Emphasis: Geometry Creator: Ashley Tewes     Twitter: @ashleyanntewes 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.   View Lesson Here

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

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

Emphasis: Algebra/ Financial Literacy/Logarithms Creator: Mike Larson     Twitter: @boundsofoutmath Financial Literacy is a huge piece of everyday math that is too often overlooked in our algebra courses!  This fun lesson on logs puts a fun twist examining how many years it will take to double your money in various investment fund scenarios.  It incorporates compound…

### New Year, New Opportunities: Scratch 3.0 is Here!

Scratch 3.0 was released at the start of the New Year. Scratch users have been raving about the upgraded Platform with many new features. It has expanded what you can create with Scratch and what devices can access Scratch. Some features include: Many new Sprites (characters) A new sound editor Many new blocks New extensions…

### Positive Mixed Number ←→ Improper Fraction

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

### Positive Mixed Number <--> Positive Improper Fraction: Scratch

Emphasis: Number and Operation Creator: Ashley Tewes     Twitter: @ashleyanntewes 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. View…

### Rainbow Parabolas

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…

### Rainbow Parabolas: Scratch

Emphasis: Algebra/ Quadratics Creator: Mike Larson     Twitter: @boundsofoutmath @lisaannfloyd @georgegadanidis  @MrJCummings Students will have created their very own graphing calculator and explore it using various transformations of a Rainbow Parabola View Lesson Here

### How Will you Pay?

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

### How Will you Pay?: Scratch

Emphasis: Number and Operation Creator: Ashley Tewes     Twitter: @ashleyanntewes 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. View Lesson Here