Can your students mitigate the terrifying possibility of a zombie apocalypse with math skills? This Halloween, help your students develop math skills – and their BRAINS… BRAINS… BRAINS – with these fun zombie problems. These problems will let students’ imaginations wander while they simultaneously concentrate on factors and ratios. Right BRAIN / left BRAIN –
Once upon a Monday dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and overdone lesson of Halloween lore— Halloween approaches. Give your students the treat of a little Halloween history and the treat of spooky stories. No tricks, here. Featured Resource Content Collection: Halloween Discovery Education Streaming Grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12,
Discovery Education Community members share ideas for combining favorite SOS strategies – it’s a Tech or Treat Monster Mash!
From exploring the origins of Halloween to the spookiest tales by the masters of horror, students will scream for these Discovery Education resources.
In this horror short, a defenseless high school student is tormented by an evil foe. Can she solve the seemingly impossible math equation? Or will this math nightmare be her ultimate demise? A Discovery Education Production Written and Directed by Maria Truitt Since the beginning of time, math has been a frightening subject. But Discovery Education is
Working on your weekly lesson plans? This Sunday blog series, Lively Lessons, will provide you with Discovery Education content and lesson plan ideas. A pumpkin is a fruit! Filled with seeds, pumpkins are fruits that can grow to become very large under the right weather and soil conditions. Their characteristics also make pumpkins useful for
By Rafranz Davis, Math Blogger The mere mention of the “m” word (math), to some students draws shivers far reaching than the scariest of horror movies. This feeling of deep angst when it comes to math is so common that if a crowded room of learners were polled about their self-perception concerning mathematics, the expected result