I typed up these 16 statements from the geometry textbook for kids to work in groups and determine if each statement is Always, Sometimes, or Never True. It’s so lovely to hear the discussions among kids with these ASN activities. My algebra students are just starting the “Baker’s Choice” Linear-Programming activity. I asked them to write down all the information they would […]

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