**Title:** How Far Can You Leap?

**Description:**
This lesson will allow students to become familiar with the concept of unit rate. Through an open investigation students will develop methods to find unit rate with a table, equivalent ratios, or an equation. This is a lesson to be used as part of a unit with "Painter Problems" and "How Big Should It Be?"
This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 1: Compute unit rates associated with ratios of fractions, including ratios of lengths, areas, and other quantities measured in like or different units. [7-RP1]

**Subject:**Mathematics (6 - 7)

**Title:**How Far Can You Leap?

**Description:**This lesson will allow students to become familiar with the concept of unit rate. Through an open investigation students will develop methods to find unit rate with a table, equivalent ratios, or an equation. This is a lesson to be used as part of a unit with "Painter Problems" and "How Big Should It Be?" This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.

**Title:** How Big Should it Be?

**Description:**
This lesson will allow students to become familiar with the concept of equivalent ratios and similar objects. Through an open investigation, students will develop methods to find equivalent ratios. This is a lesson to be used as part of a unit with Painter Problems and How Far Can You Leap found in ALEX.
This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 11: Solve problems involving scale drawings of geometric figures, including computing actual lengths and areas from a scale drawing and reproducing a scale drawing at a different scale. [7-G1]

**Subject:**Mathematics (6 - 7)

**Title:**How Big Should it Be?

**Description:**This lesson will allow students to become familiar with the concept of equivalent ratios and similar objects. Through an open investigation, students will develop methods to find equivalent ratios. This is a lesson to be used as part of a unit with Painter Problems and How Far Can You Leap found in ALEX. This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.

**Title:** Painter Problems

**Description:**
This lesson will allow students to become familiar with ratios. In this investigative lesson students will compare ratios and determine equivalent ratios. This is an introductory lesson to be used as part of a unit.
This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 3: Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems, e.g., by reasoning about tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations. [6-RP3]

**Subject:**Mathematics (6)

**Title:**Painter Problems

**Description:**This lesson will allow students to become familiar with ratios. In this investigative lesson students will compare ratios and determine equivalent ratios. This is an introductory lesson to be used as part of a unit. This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.

**Title:** Real Estate Tycoon

**Description:**
This year-long project, from Illuminations, is divided into three parts and reinforces skills that lay a foundation for algebra, such as measurement, fractions, decimals, percents, and proportions. Students design, build, and sell a house and then simulate investment of the profits in the stock market. Along the way, students make scale drawings, compute with fractions and decimals in various contexts, solve simple equations, and learn valuable lessons about how money really works.
**Standard(s): **

[SS2010] CIV (7) 9: Apply principles of money management to the preparation of a personal budget that addresses housing, transportation, food, clothing, medical expenses, insurance, checking and savings accounts, loans, investments, credit, and comparison shopping.

**Subject:**Arts,Mathematics,Social Studies

**Title:**Real Estate Tycoon

**Description:**This year-long project, from Illuminations, is divided into three parts and reinforces skills that lay a foundation for algebra, such as measurement, fractions, decimals, percents, and proportions. Students design, build, and sell a house and then simulate investment of the profits in the stock market. Along the way, students make scale drawings, compute with fractions and decimals in various contexts, solve simple equations, and learn valuable lessons about how money really works.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Getting into the Electoral College

**Description:**
In this unit of 3 lessons from Illuminations, students are engaged in activities involving percentages, ratios, and area, with a focus throughout on building problem-solving and reasoning skills. They are designed to be used individually to fit within curriculum being covered at the time of an election. Additionally, the lesson extensions include many ideas for interdisciplinary activities and some possible school-wide activities.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] ALC (9-12) 11: Use ratios of perimeters, areas, and volumes of similar figures to solve applied problems. (Alabama)

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Getting into the Electoral College

**Description:**In this unit of 3 lessons from Illuminations, students are engaged in activities involving percentages, ratios, and area, with a focus throughout on building problem-solving and reasoning skills. They are designed to be used individually to fit within curriculum being covered at the time of an election. Additionally, the lesson extensions include many ideas for interdisciplinary activities and some possible school-wide activities.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** A Swath of Red

**Description:**
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students estimate the area of the country that voted for the Republican candidate and the area that voted for the Democratic candidate in the 2000 presidential election using a grid overlay. Students then compare the areas to the electoral and popular vote election results. Ratios of electoral votes to area are used to make generalizations about the population distribution of the United States.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 18: Use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic of interest. Generate multiple samples (or simulated samples) of the same size to gauge the variation in estimates or predictions. [7-SP2]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**A Swath of Red

**Description:**In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students estimate the area of the country that voted for the Republican candidate and the area that voted for the Democratic candidate in the 2000 presidential election using a grid overlay. Students then compare the areas to the electoral and popular vote election results. Ratios of electoral votes to area are used to make generalizations about the population distribution of the United States.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Inclined Plane

**Description:**
In this multiple-day activity, from Illuminations, students time balls rolling down inclines of varying lengths and heights. They then try to make inferences about the relationships among the variables involved.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] AL1 (9-12) 46: Interpret the slope (rate of change) and the intercept (constant term) of a linear model in the context of the data. [S-ID7]

**Subject:**Mathematics,Science

**Title:**Inclined Plane

**Description:**In this multiple-day activity, from Illuminations, students time balls rolling down inclines of varying lengths and heights. They then try to make inferences about the relationships among the variables involved.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Apple Pie Recording Chart

**Description:**
This reproducible activity sheet, from an Illuminations lesson, prompts students to use strings and rulers to measure and record the distance around several round objects, as well as the distance across the middle of those objects.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] AL1 (9-12) 46: Interpret the slope (rate of change) and the intercept (constant term) of a linear model in the context of the data. [S-ID7]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Apple Pie Recording Chart

**Description:**This reproducible activity sheet, from an Illuminations lesson, prompts students to use strings and rulers to measure and record the distance around several round objects, as well as the distance across the middle of those objects.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Paper Pool: Analyzing Numeric and Geometric Patterns

**Description:**
This page provides an overview of a four-lesson Illuminations unit plan titled '' Analyzing Numeric and Geometric Patterns of Paper Pool.'' The interactive paper pool game in this unit plan provides an opportunity for students to further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple. This investigation includes student resources for the Paper Pool project, preparation notes, answers, and a holistic-by-category scoring rubric with guidelines for how it can be used to assess the project. Samples of two students' work and comments from a teacher accompany the suggested rubric. This resource references the Illuminations lessons titled '' Paper Pool Game,'' '' Explore More Tables,'' '' Look for Patterns,'' and '' Go the Distance.''
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 3: Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems, e.g., by reasoning about tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations. [6-RP3]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Paper Pool: Analyzing Numeric and Geometric Patterns

**Description:**This page provides an overview of a four-lesson Illuminations unit plan titled '' Analyzing Numeric and Geometric Patterns of Paper Pool.'' The interactive paper pool game in this unit plan provides an opportunity for students to further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple. This investigation includes student resources for the Paper Pool project, preparation notes, answers, and a holistic-by-category scoring rubric with guidelines for how it can be used to assess the project. Samples of two students' work and comments from a teacher accompany the suggested rubric. This resource references the Illuminations lessons titled '' Paper Pool Game,'' '' Explore More Tables,'' '' Look for Patterns,'' and '' Go the Distance.''

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Paper Pool Game

**Description:**
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple by playing an interactive paper pool game.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 3: Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems, e.g., by reasoning about tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations. [6-RP3]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Paper Pool Game

**Description:**In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple by playing an interactive paper pool game.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Explore More Tables

**Description:**
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (8) 28: Understand that patterns of association can also be seen in bivariate categorical data by displaying frequencies and relative frequencies in a two-way table. Construct and interpret a two-way table summarizing data on two categorical variables collected from the same subjects. Use relative frequencies calculated for rows or columns to describe possible association between the two variables. [8-SP4]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Explore More Tables

**Description:**In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Look for Patterns

**Description:**
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 2: Recognize and represent proportional relationships between quantities. [7-RP2]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Look for Patterns

**Description:**In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students further develop their understanding of ratio, proportion, and least common multiple.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** First Class First? Using Data to Explore the Tragedy of the Titanic

**Description:**
In this Science NetLinks lesson, students analyze and interpret data related to the crew and passengers of the Titanic. They draw conclusions to better understand the people who were lost or saved as a result of the disaster, and whether or not social status affected the outcome.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] AL1 (9-12) 43: Interpret differences in shape, center, and spread in the context of the data sets, accounting for possible effects of extreme data points (outliers). [S-ID3]

**Subject:**Mathematics, Social Studies

**Title:**First Class First? Using Data to Explore the Tragedy of the Titanic

**Description:**In this Science NetLinks lesson, students analyze and interpret data related to the crew and passengers of the Titanic. They draw conclusions to better understand the people who were lost or saved as a result of the disaster, and whether or not social status affected the outcome.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Science NetLinks

**Grade Span:**9,10,11,12

**Title:** Linking Length, Perimeter, Area, and Volume

**Description:**
In this four-lesson unit, from Illuminations, students explore ratio, proportion, scale factor and similarity using perimeter, area, volume and surface area of various rectangular shapes. Students use an online interactive applet to explore how the perimeters, areas, and side lengths of similar rectangles are related.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 2: Recognize and represent proportional relationships between quantities. [7-RP2]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Linking Length, Perimeter, Area, and Volume

**Description:**In this four-lesson unit, from Illuminations, students explore ratio, proportion, scale factor and similarity using perimeter, area, volume and surface area of various rectangular shapes. Students use an online interactive applet to explore how the perimeters, areas, and side lengths of similar rectangles are related.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Big Math and Fries

**Description:**
This Illuminations lesson is designed to enlighten students about how to calculate percent of calories from fat, carbohydrates, and protein. The calculations are made to determine if a person can follow the Zone Diet with only McDonald's food items.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 3: Use proportional relationships to solve multistep ratio and percent problems. [7-RP3]

**Subject:**Health,Mathematics,Informal Education

**Title:**Big Math and Fries

**Description:**This Illuminations lesson is designed to enlighten students about how to calculate percent of calories from fat, carbohydrates, and protein. The calculations are made to determine if a person can follow the Zone Diet with only McDonald's food items.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Go with Green Rectangles

**Description:**
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students manipulate 2-dimensional rectangles using an online interactive applet. They focus on the relationship between the scale factor and ratio of perimeters of similar rectangles, and on the relationship between scale factor and ratio of areas of similar rectangles.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 2: Recognize and represent proportional relationships between quantities. [7-RP2]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Go with Green Rectangles

**Description:**In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students manipulate 2-dimensional rectangles using an online interactive applet. They focus on the relationship between the scale factor and ratio of perimeters of similar rectangles, and on the relationship between scale factor and ratio of areas of similar rectangles.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** How Much is a Million?

**Description:**
This lesson focuses students on the concept of 1,000,000. It allows students to see first-hand the sheer size of a million while at the same time providing students with an introduction to sampling and its use in mathematics. Students will use grains of rice and a balance to figure out the approximate volume and mass of 1,000,000 grains of rice.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (8) 6: Perform operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation, including problems where both decimal and scientific notation are used. Use scientific notation and choose units of appropriate size for measurements of very large or very small quantities (e.g., use millimeters per year for seafloor spreading). Interpret scientific notation that has been generated by technology. [8-EE4]

**Subject:**Language Arts,Mathematics

**Title:**How Much is a Million?

**Description:**This lesson focuses students on the concept of 1,000,000. It allows students to see first-hand the sheer size of a million while at the same time providing students with an introduction to sampling and its use in mathematics. Students will use grains of rice and a balance to figure out the approximate volume and mass of 1,000,000 grains of rice.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Ratios

**Description:**
This reproducible transparency, from an Illuminations lesson, features equations for finding the ratios for surface area and volume when comparing a model to a full-size object.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 3: Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems, e.g., by reasoning about tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations. [6-RP3]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Ratios

**Description:**This reproducible transparency, from an Illuminations lesson, features equations for finding the ratios for surface area and volume when comparing a model to a full-size object.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Apple Pi

**Description:**
In this unit of two lessons, from Illuminations, students use estimation and measurement skills to determine the ratio of circumference to diameter and explore the meaning of pi. They discover formulas for the circumference and area of a circle based on their investigations.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 14: Know the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle, and use them to solve problems; give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle. [7-G4]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Apple Pi

**Description:**In this unit of two lessons, from Illuminations, students use estimation and measurement skills to determine the ratio of circumference to diameter and explore the meaning of pi. They discover formulas for the circumference and area of a circle based on their investigations.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Constant Dimensions

**Description:**
In this Illuminations lesson, students measure the length and width of a rectangle using both standard and non-standard units of measure. In addition to providing measurement practice, this lesson allows students to discover that the ratio of length to width of a rectangle is constant, in spite of the units. For many middle school students, this discovery is surprising.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (7) 10: Use variables to represent quantities in a real-world or mathematical problem, and construct simple equations and inequalities to solve problems by reasoning about the quantities. [7-EE4]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Constant Dimensions

**Description:**In this Illuminations lesson, students measure the length and width of a rectangle using both standard and non-standard units of measure. In addition to providing measurement practice, this lesson allows students to discover that the ratio of length to width of a rectangle is constant, in spite of the units. For many middle school students, this discovery is surprising.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8

**Title:** Capture - Recapture

**Description:**
In this lesson, students experience an application of proportion that scientists actually use to solve real-life problems. Students learn how to estimate the size of a total population by taking samples and using proportions. The ratio of tagged items to the number of items in a sample is the same as the ratio of tagged items to the total population.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] AL2 (9-12) 14: Derive the formula for the sum of a finite geometric series (when the common ratio is not 1), and use the formula to solve problems.* [A-SSE4]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Capture - Recapture

**Description:**In this lesson, students experience an application of proportion that scientists actually use to solve real-life problems. Students learn how to estimate the size of a total population by taking samples and using proportions. The ratio of tagged items to the number of items in a sample is the same as the ratio of tagged items to the total population.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8,9,10,11,12

**Title:** Bean Counting

**Description:**
By using sampling from a large collection of beans, students get a sense of equivalent fractions, which leads to a better understanding of proportions. Equivalent fractions are used to develop an understanding of proportions. The number-sense of recognizing equivalent fractions is useful when students study slope and proportions.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] ALC (9-12) 1: Create algebraic models for application-based problems by developing and solving equations and inequalities, including those involving direct, inverse, and joint variation. (Alabama)

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Bean Counting

**Description:**By using sampling from a large collection of beans, students get a sense of equivalent fractions, which leads to a better understanding of proportions. Equivalent fractions are used to develop an understanding of proportions. The number-sense of recognizing equivalent fractions is useful when students study slope and proportions.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**6,7,8,9,10,11,12

**Title:** What Would You Pack For a Trip To Outer Space?

**Description:**
Building your own private spaceship can be a lot of fun, but what travels with you can be just as important as what the outside looks like. Have you ever thought about what's on an astronaut's packing list?
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 1: Understand the concept of a ratio, and use ratio language to describe a ratio relationship between two quantities. [6-RP1]

**Subject:**Cross-Disciplinary - Informal Education , Cross-Disciplinary - Technology , Mathematics - Applied Mathematics , Physical Education - Adventure and Risk Challenge Activities , Science - Biological and Life Sciences , Science - Earth science , Science - General Science , Science - Natural History , Science - Space Sciences , Science - Zoology , Vocational Education - Technical , Adult & Family Literacy - Lifeskills , Informal Education - Academic Enrichment , Informal Education - Arts and Crafts , Informal Education - Business/Entrepreneurship training , Informal Education - Community service/Leadership/Team-building , Informal Education - Drama and Puppets , Informal Education - Environmental Education , Informal Education - Health/Wellness/Nutrition/Cooking , Informal Education - Homework Help/Tutoring , Informal Education - Movement and Music , Informal Education - Photography/Digital Arts , Informal Education - School to Career Experience , Informal Education - Sports/Fitness/Recreation , Informal Education - Technology Training , Informal Education - Zoo/Aquarium/Nature Center Education

**Title:**What Would You Pack For a Trip To Outer Space?

**Description:**Building your own private spaceship can be a lot of fun, but what travels with you can be just as important as what the outside looks like. Have you ever thought about what's on an astronaut's packing list?

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Wonderopolis

**Grade Span:**K,PreK,1,2,3,4,5

**Title:** How Can Math Help You Cook?

**Description:**
You might think the best part of making brownies is enjoying the end result, but gathering and mixing the ingredients can be just as fun. Grab a spoon and let's find out what ice cream can teach us about math. Yummy!
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 6: Fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation. [6-NS3]

**Subject:**Cross-Disciplinary - Informal Education , Health - Nutrition , Mathematics - Applied Mathematics , Mathematics - Arithmetic , Mathematics - Measurement , Science - Biological and Life Sciences , Science - Biology , Science - Chemistry , Science - General Science , Adult & Family Literacy - Lifeskills , Informal Education - Health/Wellness/Nutrition/Cooking

**Title:**How Can Math Help You Cook?

**Description:**You might think the best part of making brownies is enjoying the end result, but gathering and mixing the ingredients can be just as fun. Grab a spoon and let's find out what ice cream can teach us about math. Yummy!

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Wonderopolis

**Grade Span:**K,PreK,1,2,3,4,5

**Title:** Canada Data Map

**Description:**
Investigate data for the Canadian provinces and territories with this interactive tool. Students can examine data sets contained within the interactive, or they can enter their own data.
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] GEO (9-12) 40: Apply concepts of density based on area and volume in modeling situations (e.g., persons per square mile, British Thermal Units (BTUs) per cubic foot).* [G-MG2]

**Subject:**Mathematics

**Title:**Canada Data Map

**Description:**Investigate data for the Canadian provinces and territories with this interactive tool. Students can examine data sets contained within the interactive, or they can enter their own data.

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Illuminations

**Grade Span:**3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

**Title:** What Would You Pack For a Trip To Outer Space?

**Description:**
Building your own private spaceship can be a lot of fun, but what travels with you can be just as important as what the outside looks like. Have you ever thought about what's on an astronaut's packing list?
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 1: Understand the concept of a ratio, and use ratio language to describe a ratio relationship between two quantities. [6-RP1]

**Subject:**Cross-Disciplinary - Informal Education , Cross-Disciplinary - Technology , Mathematics - Applied Mathematics , Physical Education - Adventure and Risk Challenge Activities , Science - Biological and Life Sciences , Science - Earth science , Science - General Science , Science - Natural History , Science - Space Sciences , Science - Zoology , Vocational Education - Technical , Adult & Family Literacy - Lifeskills , Informal Education - Academic Enrichment , Informal Education - Arts and Crafts , Informal Education - Business/Entrepreneurship training , Informal Education - Community service/Leadership/Team-building , Informal Education - Drama and Puppets , Informal Education - Environmental Education , Informal Education - Health/Wellness/Nutrition/Cooking , Informal Education - Homework Help/Tutoring , Informal Education - Movement and Music , Informal Education - Photography/Digital Arts , Informal Education - School to Career Experience , Informal Education - Sports/Fitness/Recreation , Informal Education - Technology Training , Informal Education - Zoo/Aquarium/Nature Center Education

**Title:**What Would You Pack For a Trip To Outer Space?

**Description:**Building your own private spaceship can be a lot of fun, but what travels with you can be just as important as what the outside looks like. Have you ever thought about what's on an astronaut's packing list?

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Wonderopolis

**Grade Span:**K,PreK,1,2,3,4,5

**Title:** How Can Math Help You Cook?

**Description:**
You might think the best part of making brownies is enjoying the end result, but gathering and mixing the ingredients can be just as fun. Grab a spoon and let's find out what ice cream can teach us about math. Yummy!
**Standard(s): **

[MA2015] (6) 6: Fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation. [6-NS3]

**Subject:**Cross-Disciplinary - Informal Education , Health - Nutrition , Mathematics - Applied Mathematics , Mathematics - Arithmetic , Mathematics - Measurement , Science - Biological and Life Sciences , Science - Biology , Science - Chemistry , Science - General Science , Adult & Family Literacy - Lifeskills , Informal Education - Health/Wellness/Nutrition/Cooking

**Title:**How Can Math Help You Cook?

**Description:**You might think the best part of making brownies is enjoying the end result, but gathering and mixing the ingredients can be just as fun. Grab a spoon and let's find out what ice cream can teach us about math. Yummy!

**Thinkfinity Partner:**Wonderopolis

**Grade Span:**K,PreK,1,2,3,4,5