## PlayingCards.io

I follow Theresa Wills @theresawills on Twitter and she shares some really amazing math games on her blog that she creates for the platform PlayingCard.io. The really fun thing about this platform is that you can play with a partner in real time. The exciting piece of this is the customizable games. This is where… Continue reading PlayingCards.io

## Donkey Kong Break In Distance Learning Style

I created this activity last year to review equations of lines and learning about equations of circles. It was completed in groups by table but the delivery was mostly work at their own pace. Well, this was perfect for distance learning. I changed from groups to individual, added some Google Forms practice checks that students… Continue reading Donkey Kong Break In Distance Learning Style

## Break-In Game

Matt Miller had a guest post on his blog a while back by John Meehan on a game concept called QR BreakIN. I love to create BreakOUT games so this idea had me intrigued. John's graphics were amazing and the game boards looked fun. I pondered how to use it in my math classroom for… Continue reading Break-In Game

## Parallel & Perpendicular Memory Game with Google Slides

I try to incorporate an activity into every lesson. My goal is to make math not suck and sitting and taking notes is not the way to do it. A colleague found this memory game in an investigation for parallel and perpendicular lines from Wapakonta High School (sorry, I don't know who to credit.) I love this… Continue reading Parallel & Perpendicular Memory Game with Google Slides

## Two Truths & a Lie

Who doesn't love two truths and a lie? I picked up this idea from a fellow teacher. She doesn't tweet but I want to give a shout out to Ms. Wood for this one. We started doing this during the comparing functions unit but you could do this with any unit. Imagine solving equations where… Continue reading Two Truths & a Lie