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Math Mondays from Makezine

 

Link: https://makezine.com/tag/MathMonday/

I recently discovered Math Mondays from Makezine, which combines two things I think are required to make a great learning experience: hands on, with a practical application. Try making Escher’s famous Relativity from a single sheet of paper – go ahead, it really works!

Posted by on May 31st, 2018

Algebra I Curriculum, free online

Found two possibilities for free Algebra I curriculum. And you know me, I love the free.
Option 1: A complete curriculum from www.algebrafree.com – This curriculum includes animated video instruction, a reading section, a textbook section (printable worksheets), and tests. It only has selected answers, however, so you may have to dig around a little if you aren’t certain of your answer.
Option 2: Blue Pelican math publishes a complete curriculum, AND makes the first semester free. To get you hooked, like those people giving out free samples outside the Lindt store and you eat one of those miraculous little golfballs and get sucked into the store and the next thing you know you’re at home on the couch, sheepishly wiping away smears of truffled chocolate, and wondering where $45 went. Honestly. BUT ANYHOW: You can use student and teacher materials, but no tests.

Posted by on September 7th, 2016

Algebra II curriculum – FREE

Blue Pelican publishes a complete Algebra II curriculum. Lessons are clearly laid out and explained in simple language. A motivated student could definitely completely this as a self-paced course. Only materials for semester I are free, and do not include tests.
Blue Pelican Math: http://www.bluepelicanmath.com/curriculum.html
View the student version PDF: http://www.bluepelicanmath.com/alg2/pdfs/studentVersion.pdf
View the Teacher PDF: http://www.bluepelicanmath.com/alg2/pdfs/teacherVersion.pdf

Posted by on September 7th, 2016