October 18, 2010
DIGITAL PACKAGE FOR:
"Time for Kings" pp. 4-5
- Projectable PDF of this article
- Differentiated-instruction activities: BASIC or ADVANCED
- Hear a listen-and-read podcast
EVEN MORE RESOURCES FOR THIS ISSUE:
- PRINTABLE: This issue's skills review quiz
- PRINTABLE: Blank graph for pp. 6-7
- NEW! NUMBERS IN THE NEWS!
Click for this week's story!
- STUDENT POLL: Overpaid Stars?
- TEACHER'S EDITION: Download it here
related to the articles and skills in the October 18, 2010 issue of Scholastic MATH Magazine.
For each, we indicate if it is intended for students, teachers, or both.
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Here’s a fun song about twin primes!
- "FAST MATH," PP. 2-3
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Learn more about Mix It Up at Lunch Day and how you can participate. Brought to you by Teaching Tolerance, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
- "TIME FOR KINGS," PP. 4-5
STUDENTS: Learn about the history of Daylight Saving Time.
- "FALLING STARS?" PP. 6-7
TEACHERS: Forbes’s complete list of the most overpaid stars…
…and the stars who provide the most value for a buck!
TEACHERS: Site where students can make their own bar graphs.
- "MATCHING MARKS," PP. 8-9
TEACHERS: Print out this activity for students to find their own fingerprint attributes.
STUDENTS: Think like a detective with this fun whodunit game!
- "ACROBATIC ARITHMETIC," PP. 10-11
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Follow the 2010 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: The official site for the U.S. gymnastics team.
- “EXPONENT ENTERTAINMENT,” PP. 12–13
STUDENTS: Practice your exponents with Exponents Jeopardy.
- “AVERAGE—AND ANGRY!” PP. 14–15
TEACHERS: Here is an averages activity that you can use in your classroom. There is a literature component if you want to share with your school’s English teachers.