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I have a challenge for you and I hope you are up to it because I’m so excited to see what you come up with!

I have the beginnings of a math task that involves two Jenga sets. The challenge for you is to frame out how the lesson will unfold in your classroom. How would could you use these videos in your elementary class? Your middle school class? Your high school class? Maybe you have an idea on how to use these resources to start a lesson? Maybe you can already see how to create a math lesson using these resources? Maybe you have an idea on how to use the Curiosity Path to shape a lesson? Whatever grade level you teach or whatever lesson you build do these two things:

2. Check back to this post next week where I’ll feature some teachers lesson ideas and I’ll also share how I used these resources with my students.

Watch below the first video:

Video 1: Double Jenga – Little Jenga

Video 2: Double Jenga – Little Jenga with Time.

Video 3: Double Jenga

Picture 1: Heights

Picture 2: Widths

Picture 3: Lengths

Video 4: Double Jenga – Time

Using those resources, build a problem based math lesson for your students and then,

2. Check back to this post next week where I’ll feature some teachers lesson ideas and I’ll also share how I used these resources with my students.

I’m pretty pumped to see what you come up with.

One thought on “Double Jenga [3 Act Task]”

1. Shelly Roberts

You could do proportion or a unit rate