## Not only math, English activity by Mr Forman from ELA in Middle School

Normally I do math, but in this period of distance learning I had also to help homeschool my son. Luckily, because I found an amzing person and a wonderful teacher. Here is what I think about his product. Why do I love boom cards? Because are amazing, and because when you look you can findContinue reading “Not only math, English activity by Mr Forman from ELA in Middle School”

## Online teaching

That’s it. We are at home; we can’t go outside (I live in Italy) unless we have to buy groceries or medicines. School are being closed since the beginning of March, and we don’t know when and if will open again. I’m locked at my place and I’m scared, I have to admit. I’m afraidContinue reading “Online teaching”

## Valentine’s day – Fractions activity

Do you need a fun activity for Valentine’s day? check: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Valentines-day-Fractions-activity-5208570 No prep, ready to print activity for Valentine’s day, including colouring activity with equivalent fractions and additions and subtactions. Copyright © 2020 Matemaths All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only Not for public display. If you are lookingContinue reading “Valentine’s day – Fractions activity”

## Monomials part 2

Multiplying Monomials When you multiply monomials, you will need to perform two steps: Multiply the coefficients (constants) Multiply the variables, using the famous laws of indices! For example For example Dividing Monomials Let’s start by taking a look at a few problems in “expanded form”. Once you examine these examples, you’ll discover the rule onContinue reading “Monomials part 2”

## Monomials part 1

Monomials A monomial is an algebraic expression that consists of only one term. (A term is a numerical or literal expression with its own sign.) For instance, 9x , -4a², and  3mpx³ are all monomials. The number in front of the variable is called the numerical coefficient. In -9xy, -9 is the coefficient. Adding and subtracting monomials To add or subtract monomials, followContinue reading “Monomials part 1”

## Relative numbers (part 2)

Multiplying Positive and Negatives numbers We can only do arithmetic in the usual way. To calculate 5(−2), we have to do 5· 2 = 10 — and then decide on the sign. Is it +10 or −10? For the answer, we have the following Rule of Signs. Rules of signs Like signs produce a positiveContinue reading “Relative numbers (part 2)”

## Sphere

A sphere is the set of all points, in three-dimensional space, which are equidistant from a point. The radius has one endpoint on the sphere and the other endpoint at the center of that sphere. The diameter of a sphere must contain the center and touch two points of the sphere. The largest circular cross-section in a sphere is a greatContinue reading “Sphere”