Luk Michael

Earth, Hong Kong

Basketball 2

Figure out LeBron's stats. Aligns with Common Core Math 3.OA.6 (unknown factor problem).

Luk MichaelObi-Wan's so hungry he could...

Help Obi-Wan use hyperboles so he can tell Yoda to hurry up and serve dinner already. Aligns with Common Core English Language Arts L.[6-12].5, RI.[6-12].4 and RL.[6-12].4.

Sandra WatsonPoetic Celebrities - Selena Gomez

Read celebrity tweets and understand how they're using figurative language. Aligns with Common Core ELA L.[6-12].5, RI.[6-12].4 and RL.[6-12].4.

Sandra WatsonAlliterative Celebrity Names (2)

This time it's for female celebrities! Grasp the concept of alliteration firmly by connecting it with celebrities you know. Aligns with Common Core ELA L.[6-12].5, RI.[6-12].4 and RL.[6-12].4.

Sandra WatsonAlliterative Celebrity Names

Grasp the concept of alliteration firmly by connecting it with celebrities you know. Aligns with Common Core ELA L.[6-12].5, RI.[6-12].4 and RL.[6-12].4.

Sandra WatsonJay-Z, Transition Words and Keeping It Real

Because Hamlet said, "above all, to thine own self be true". Aligns with Common Core ELA W.[6-8].1c, W.[6-8].2c, and W.[6-8].3c (transition words).

Sandra WatsonMonsters Football League + Simultaneous Equations

In a Monsters world, football has different rules. Aligns with Common Core Math 8.EE.8 (solve simultaneous linear equations in two variables).

Sam RealiThe Hobbit and Probability

Before going on the journey to recover Erebor's gold, Bilbo and others convene to assess how likely Smaug the dragon is still alive. Aligned with Common Core Math 7.SP.5 (probability and likelihood).

Sam RealiNFL and Linear Equations (2)

Get smart about Super Bowl 2013 stats. Aligned with Common Core Math 7.EE.4 (linear equations) and 7.NS.3 (real world problem involving 4 operations).

Tom StinsonMonopoly - It's all about Math

Knowing your Math keeps you sharp at Monopoly. Here is why. Aligned with Common Core Math 6.NS.5 (positive and negative numbers used together in a real world setting).

Sandra WatsonMonsters University - We Like Cake (3)

Math isn't as scary as monsters after all. Aligns with Common Core Math 4.NF.2 (fractions).

Sandra WatsonMinions and a Banana Party (2)

Not all minions eat an equal number of bananas. Aligns with Common Core Math 4.OA.2 (distinguishing multiplicative comparison from additive comparison).

Tom StinsonMonsters University - Reading Together (2)

Professor Knight has assigned a group reading. Aligns with Common Core Math 4.OA.3 (multistep with remainder) and 4.OA.4 (factors).

Tom StinsonMonsters University - We Like Cake (2)

Math isn't as scary as monsters after all. Aligns with Common Core Math 4.OA.4 (factors).

Tom StinsonMonsters University - We Like Cake

Math isn't as scary as monsters after all. Aligns with Common Core Math 4.NF.3 (understanding fractions).

Tom StinsonTim Duncan, the Spurs and their Stats Sheet

Using real data from Game 6 of the NBA Finals 2013, let's fill out some stats. Aligned with Common Core Math 4.OA.3 (multistep word problems) and 4.NF.4 (multiply fraction by whole number).

Tom StinsonPSY, Britney and Ellen party together

How many party buses are needed? Aligns with Common Core Math 4.OA.3 (multistep word problems involving division where the remainder must be interpreted).

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