In the style of Sam Shah’s virtual filing cabinet I have created my own collection of resources from around the web.
Visit the shared spreadsheet to see these and more activities.
Fawn Nguyen’s Vroom Vroom lesson for scatter plots.
Desmos.com – Function Carnival
Nat Banting’s vine Animations for linear patterning
Stacking Paper [3act task] – Kyle Pearce
Time to set the hooks Barbie zip line for distance formula.
The Mullet Ratio by Matt Vaundrey
The Fast Clapper by Nathan Kraft (3-Act Task)
Would you like fries with that 101qs.com (3-Act Task)
Nana’s Chocolate Milk Nana’s Paint Mix-up Nana’s Lemonade — Dan Meyer — Equivalent ratios
Water balloon Mishap
Dueling Discounts – Percent
Pop box design – from @mrpicc112
Corner to Corner – Pythagorean Theorem by me – Keynote Link
Filing Cabinet – A. Stadel
You Pour, I Choose (Cylinder) – Dan Meyer
Trashketball (Sphere) – A. Stadel
Super Mario – Regression/Sliders [3-act] Keynote Link from Me
Kate Nowak’s – Game of War
Earthquake Duel – Keynote Link – by me
Guess Who Game – great for characteristics of ________ – Jon Orr
Volume of a Box
Star Chain Activity from Math Tales From The Spring.
Variety of Things
Slackmath.com has embedded QR codes in worksheets – Students can get instant feedback.
Estimation180 for estimating – great for warm ups or introduction to topics!
Would You Rather – great style of questioning…..i use for warm up activities.
Race car math – Andrew stadel
Grudge by Nathan Kraft
Solve Crumple Toss from Kate Nowak
Risk – Game – from Coefficients of Determination
Dan Meyer’s The Comprehensive Math Assessment Resource – Standards Based Grading
2 thoughts on “Virtual Filing Cabinet”
I might not be the smartest cookie in the bunch, but sure hope you can help me.
How do teachers use your three act problems? I have read and tried but mine seem to go nowhere. I am an algebra 1 teacher in Florida.
Thank you for your help,
It’s definitely a certain learning curve for you and the kids. Check out this link from Dan Meyer. http://blog.mrmeyer.com/2011/the-three-acts-of-a-mathematical-story/