Post-Field-Trip Fun at International High School

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We had lots of fun taking our math activities to International High School. The premise: About 150 students went on a field trip while all the other students were taking their STAAR test. However, the field trip was only about a half-day. So our job was to bring math activities to give the students something to do while they spent

First Time Screen Printing Shirts!

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Part of getting ready for MathHappens @ The Bullock on May 6th involves having T-shirts we can wear before, during, and after the event; before to get the word out, during so event staff can be identifiable, and after to have a souvenir from the event. Our friend, Alex Morrison, brought a couple screens along with ink, while Abdul gathered a

Work Day Preparing Window Geometry

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These are some of the constructions we found in the MOMO Showpalace that we want to try for ourselves with visitors to the Science Mill’s Homeschool Day. We are excited to bring these to the windows of the Hill Country Science Mill this month!

Pflugerville MS Science Night

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Pflugerville MS Science Night is a great opportunity to try some new activities with Middle Schoolers and their Parents.  We were excited to be invited back for a second year. We brought our history of land survey in Texas exhibit and we tried a new set up.  The exterior needs work, but from the inside its a sheltered space that

Math and The Texas State History Museum

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We are excited to go to the Bullock today to present some of our current ideas and work to math teachers/department chairs. Handout 1 Math Connections to History Exhibits at the Bullock Handout 2 Displays, Artifacts, Books and Models We hope to help however we can to make these field trips and interdisciplinary opportunities a reality for students. Check out our setup

Nature and Numbers Exhibit Opening!

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We were so pleased to participate in the Nature and Science Center’s Opening of the Nature and Numbers Exhibit.  We brought our favorite Fibonacci and Golden Ratio activities, and a new Mirror Symmetry Art activity that was a big hit.  To see a program with some additional information, follow this link.   Team Photo – We had a great time.