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This teacher's guide is complete with all the information you need to create your own map adventure titled "Math Treasure Island." Students will practice using a compass, straight-edge, and protractor; measuring in inches and metric; using
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This is a fun math activity that uses the description from the Bible to calculate the size of Noah’s Ark and the number of animals it could hold. The students will discover that the ark was a gigantic ship that could not only house all the animals
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• The race car project is a fun way to teach students about time, distance, and speed. It can also help them understand traction. • It will take roughly 3 to 4 forty minute class periods. This can be shortened if the students build their cars at
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Use math to calculate speed and altitude while building and flying rubber band rocket planes. It's a fun way to learn how math can help solve real-world problems. Students love it! This project will enable students to Experiment with aerodynamic
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This is a well-known trick based on binary numbers. My version has a clean, professional appearance. Students think of a secret number 1 - 60. The teacher then shows 6 charts and asks which of the charts contain the number. The teacher then
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Enhance your math curriculum and create an exciting adventure theme for your students. This teacher's guide shows exactly how get the most out of journaling in math class. Includes 66 pages of examples, illustrations, and detailed explanations. It
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This is a fun math activity that I have used for several years in grades 6—8. It references the description from the Bible to calculate the amount of gold used to cover the Ark of the Covenant. Once the students determine the amount of gold used,
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Although this lesson was certainly not designed exclusively for Christian school teachers (or Christian homeschoolers), it should be of particular interest to them. I know that math teachers in Christian schools (of which I was one for some 15
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A simple and fun way to teach students how to manage a checking account. This booklet comes with complete instructions on implementing my very simple, no-fuss system. The streamlined method I devised creates very little extra work for the
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A really challenging and fun math activity which is especially great for review. My students absolutely love this game. They solve a series of problems which are the clues to discovering the "treasure." This FREE download includes complete
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The Math Detective Game is a unique and exciting way to incorporate cooperative learning activities and problem solving strategies (word problems) into an existing math curriculum. Players select a hand lens, spin a spinner, and follow the
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“The Quest for the Golden Calculator” is an interactive adventure story that’s designed to make math class fun. The fictional story and cast of characters provide the teacher with a host of opportunities to help students become successful in math,
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This is an amazing trick with numbers. Students think of a 2-digit number, perform 2 simple calculations, and find a symbol that corresponds to their numbers on a chart. The teacher picks the correct symbol. The trick is repeated two more times, and
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This is a template for creating your own customizable board game. Everything is set up for you. All you have to do is pick your own title and edit a few things to make the content relevant to your subject content. The game is complete with a
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This 7-page SMARTboard lesson demonstrates several different ways I show my students how to solve percent problems, including using a proportion, a percent triangle, and my original pie and slice diagram. One page has a link to a website that
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Use the handouts from this 28-page booklet as practice and/or to accompany my free videos which can be viewed on youtube.com and also on my websites, mathhelpwizard.com and learnfractions.org. If you have not seen my videos, please go to one of the
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Over the years, I have done a lot of fun and creative activities with my math students, but the one thing that has resonated with the most students is Math Bucks. The short description explains how I have used Math Bucks in my classes both as
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“Quest for the Golden Quill” provides the classroom or home school teacher with a fun and exciting way to coordinate character building and motivational material as well as scriptural applications along with an existing curriculum. This adventure
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Here's a creative way to help a student master fractions and decimals -- make it into a game! This 40-page booklet of worksheets is great for one-on-one instruction especially in a homeschool or tutoring setting. It guides the student from the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

40+ wonderful years teaching experience.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Teaching math can be an adventure; it's a process of leading students to discover ways to quantify, calculate, measure, and understand. My method is to incorporate fun math projects into the middle school curriculum - projects that are based on adventure themes. They stimulate curiosity and keep the students engaged.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2003 Ohio Art Education Association Educator of the Year Author "Calligraphy For Dummies" 2007, "Secrets of the Wizard - The Ultimate Math Puzzle Adventure!" 2014

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.F.A. Virginia Commonwealth University, M.F.A. University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Married to my college sweetheart, 4 grown children and 8 grandchildren. Websites: www.mathsquad.com. www.mathadventureprojects.com, My free online game: goldencalculator.com