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Cutting an Oval Pizza

Aug 11, 2017

By Katie Steckles. Posted Mar 14 2017 in Blackboard Bold As if there wasn’t enough maths/pizza news lately, the story has hit the red-tops recently that UK supermarkets are scamming consumers by offering them oval-shaped pizzas – marketed...

How Much Do You Weigh on Other Planets

Aug 7, 2017

Have you ever wondered why astronauts can jump so high on the moon? It’s because the force of gravity on the moon is lower than it is on Earth! Simply put, gravity is the force that attracts two objects to each other. On a larger scal...

Finger Counting, Numerical Fluency, and Confidence

Aug 7, 2017

When very young children first learn how to count, they use their fingers as manipulatives (physical objects used to teach math concepts). However, many kids continue to rely on their fingers as their primary computation tools once they mov...

Mathing During the Holidays: A More Economical Way to Wrap Presents!

Dec 18, 2015

FACT: math is everywhere... and it comes in pretty handy during the holidays! Case in point: this awesome video featuring British mathematician Sarah Santos' math formula for wrapping presents! Sarah's formula (at about 3:14—pi minute!) ensures th...

Mathing During the Holidays: A More Economical Way to Wrap Presents!

Dec 18, 2015

FACT: math is everywhere... and it comes in pretty handy during the holidays! Case in point: this awesome video featuring British mathematician Sarah Santos' math formula for wrapping presents! Sarah's formula (at about 3:14—pi minute!) ensures th...

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