## STEM *Math Opportunities*

## Mr.B's STEM Math Group

STATE FAIR PROJECT (CLICK HERE) Metric Olympics:

*(Click here)*## Friday, May 31

Final Project Assessment (Click here!!)

## Thursday, May 30

## Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Problem of the Day (Click here)

## Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Problem of the Day (Click here)

## Monday, May 19

## Thursday, May 16

Problem of the Day (Click here)

**State Fair is Friday, May 17!****Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!***Project Packets are due Thursday, May 16.*

## Tuesday, May 14

Problem of the Day (Click here)

**State Fair is Friday, May 17!****Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!***Project Packets are due Thursday, May 16.*

## Monday, May 13

Problem of the Day (Click here)

**State Fair is Friday, May 17!****Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!***Project Packets are due Thursday, May 16.*

## Thursday, May 9

Problem of the Day (Click here)

Protractor Chess (Click here)

Protractor Chess (Click here)

**State Fair is Friday, May 17!**

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!## Monday, April 22

Problem of the Day (Click here)

Protractor Chess (Click here)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

Protractor Chess (Click here)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

## Thursday, April 18

Problem of the Day (Click here)

Work on Math Project (Click here)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

Work on Math Project (Click here)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

## Wednesday, April 17

Problem of the Day (Click here)

Work on Math Project (Click here)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

Work on Math Project (Click here)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

## Tuesday, April 16

Work on Math Project (Click here)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

## Monday, April 15

Flipped Classroom Concept (Done at school / Complete at home) (Click here for today's Math Reflection Problem of Day)

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

Catapult work at home.

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

## Thursday, April 4

Flipped Classroom Concept (Done at school / complete at home) (Click here for today's Math Reflection/ Opportunity!)

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

## Wednesday, April 3

Flipped Classroom Concept (Done at school / complete at home) (Click here for Math Reflection/ Opportunity!)

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

Students can also work on State Fair Projects at home!

## Wednesday, March 20

## MONDAY, MARCH 18

BRACKETOLOGY (CLICK HERE)

## Today's Assignment, Wednesday, March 5

Measurement Activities: (Click here: 1, 2, 3, 4)

Today's Assignment (Monday, March 4)

Conversion of measurement: Metric System (Click here)

Conversion of measurement: Metric System (Click here)

## Today's Assignment (Wednesday, February 27, 2013)

1) 17/20 + 9/10= Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal

2) 4 1/5 - 6/10= Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal

3) 8 2/10 / 1/5 = Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal (The decimal division problem will be challenging but not like Monday's!!!)

4) Use this data: 8.25, .75, .9, 2.05, 2.05

Find: Mode, Mean, Outlier, Range, and Median

## Today's Assignment (Tuesday, February 26, 2013)

1) 13/20 + 3/5= Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal

2) 2 3/4 - 4/5= Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal

3) 1 4/10 / 1/5 = Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal (The decimal division problem will be challenging but not like yesterdays!!!)

4) Use this data: 2.25, .25, .5, 3.75, 3.75

Find: Mode, Mean, Outlier, Range, and Median

5) Solve next problem in STATE Fair Project

## Today's Assignment (Monday, February 25, 2013)

1) 1/2 + 4/5= Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal

2) 1 9/10 - 19/20= Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal

3) 9/10 + 1 3/4 = Solve as both a fraction and convert to a decimal (The decimal division problem will be challenging)

4) Use this data: 1.75, 2.2, 1.05, 2.5, 2.50

Find: Mode, Mean, Outlier, Range, and Median

5) Solve next problem in STATE Fair Project

Tuesday, February 12, 2013**Opportunity!(1) 9(2 +9)=(2) 6 1/9 - 3/4=Think about belt buckle design! |
Monday, February 18, 2013**Opportunity!(1) .25 divided by .4(2) .75 x .757 games are played in an eight game tournament. How many games are played in a 64 team tournament?! |

Wednesday, January 3, 20131) (3+8) + X= 362) 13 x 21 =3) I am odd. The product of my digits is 2. The sum of my digits is 3. The range of my digits is 1. Who am I?4) Find the mean, range, & median. |
Monday, January 7, 2013** The scale problem has a few mistakes click here for the updated version!(Updated Stadium Scale Click Here)(Football Fractions Click Here) |

Thursday, January 17, 2013**Opportunity!(1) PEMDAS 6(squared) + (4-3) -5=(2) Solving for X= 68 + X = (5+3) (4-2) (3) 4(5-3) +10= (4) Find the mode, mean, median, range and outlier of the above answers! |
Monday, January 28, 2013**Opportunity!(1) Complete Reducing Fractions Sheet |

Wednesday, January 30, 2013**Opportunity!(1) Ruler Project Part 2 (Click here)(2) Complete fact fluency test Tuesday, February 5, 2013**Opportunity!(1) Change to a mix number: 36/5 = 236/8(2) Change to an improper fraction: 3 7/8 = 17 7/11=(3) Addition: 5/7 + 3/4=(4) Subtraction: 4 1/5 - 2/3(Project Assignment) State Fair Lab: Game Lab due next Monday! |
Thursday, January 31, 2013**Opportunity!(1) State Plates (See State Fair Packet)(Research Link) (2) Complete fact fluency tests |
Monday, February 4, 2013**Opportunity!(1) Change to a mix number: 13/2 = 413/9(2) Change to an improper fraction: 6 2/3 = 15 14/15=(3) Addition: 8/9 + 1/6 =(4) Subtraction: 11/12 - 7/8(Project Assignment) State Fair Lab: Game Lab due next Monday! |

## First Project Lab: *Ping Pong* (Click here)

Project Labs require students to utilize newly taught skills. It also reviews and previews skills in the design process. Each project lab is marketed project which includes inclusion of writing, science, and reading within the context of math.