I have requested these posters from The American Mathematical Society the last two years. They are great for your classroom! Get your Free Posters here.
Also, I found some other great ones you can print yourself that are Mathematical Moments, and are very current. You can find those Free Math Posters Here.
There are also Podcasts/MP3 files and web articles to go with it.
Then I found this site. You have to print your own, but if your library has a large printer, these would be nice to have. These have problems on them. Find the posters here.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Hi all! It has been a while since I have posted, but I created this awesome scavenger hunt and wanted to share.
I cannot take all of the credit. I got the idea from my math coach, Jason Bragg. He gave me the template and I used this polynomial calculator to create my polynomials. There are a total of 9 polynomials. The first page are the zeros for the second page polynomial. The 3rd page are the zeros for the fourth page's polynomial, etc. I set the 1st page aside, took the 2nd and 3rd page and taped it up on a wall, so that the zeros were visable and the polynomial was flipped underneath. I continued this around the room in no particular order, and ended my last polynomial with my first page.
|Here a student is holding flipped up to see the polynomial. The previous answer is on the other side.|
Want the document? Here it is!
I have included and answer key so that you are ready to go!