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A Rare Fibonacci Day

13 August 2021

Today is rather special. A day like today won't come around for almost another century. Today is rare and represents a “golden” opportunity for those in the know. Have you guessed it?? Well since you clicked on the title you already know the spoiler... Today, 8-13-21, combines three adjacent numbers in the Fibonacci Sequence. The […]

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Best Middle School Back to School Math Supplies

10 August 2021

Your preteen probably has summer plans to sleep in, play video games, see friends, and maybe travel with family. It's the perfect time to relax and forget about the stress of school, homework, and math class, right? On the other hand, parents are practically giddy about sending their middle school students back to the classroom. […]

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Casio FX High Performance Calculator

10 August 2021

Check Lowest Price  Casio FX calculators are well known for their quality and high performance. But if you want a Casio calculator that really earns its keep, the FX-991EX is as advanced as it can get. Between stellar features and the ability to use it in most regional and nationwide exams, like the SATs, it's […]

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Best College Math Supplies

10 August 2021

Despite common education myths, Math is one of the most interactive subjects. And many students actually have fun learning it—even at the college level. But when it's time to go to your first college stats class, you want to be prepared with all the tools and supplies you would need to make this semester a […]

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Teachers on a Budget: Essential Classroom Math Supplies

31 July 2021

Finding the balance between student success and personal spending in our classrooms is a challenge for many teachers. Often, classroom budgets are limited in their ability to provide even the basics. While you may want nothing more than to buy your students all of the resources they could possibly need to have the best learning […]

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Top 10 Surprising Classroom Materials That can Help Your Students With Math

31 July 2021

Unfortunately, a common myth that many students enter the classroom with is that you're either a math person or you're not. As math teachers, we strive to change that belief so that our students can be confident in their ability to solve problems and learn mathematical concepts. These top 10 surprising classroom materials will help […]

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TI-83 Plus: The Math Exam Calculator

31 July 2021

The TI-83 series has been around for over 20 years, with a "silver" reissue about a decade ago. Though most technology this old is usually useless by today's standards, the TI-83—specifically the TI-83 Plus—has stayed relevant. In fact, it is one of Texas Instrument's best-selling graphing calculators. Part of its popularity is its ability to […]

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How to Buy a Calculator

30 July 2021

A good calculator can be the difference between a great math class and a stressful one, especially for high school and college-level coursework. We aren't talking about your standard calculator either. We mean the kinds that can figure algorithms quickly, do away with the tedious algebra and graphing work, and provide more accurate results. But […]

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Math Supplies: Math Manipulatives

30 July 2021

Teaching math is not always easy to do, even if you're good at it. You not only have to juggle different ways to solve different concepts, but you also have to take into consideration different ways of learning. Some students are tactile and visual learners, so it's important to have specific type of math supplies; […]

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Homeschool Math Supplies

30 July 2021

Have you decided to homeschool your high school student this year? If the answer's "yes," you're not alone. The number of homeschool students increases steadily by about 8% per year. That number does not include the 100% increase the U.S. saw in 2021 due the pandemic. But with changes to the nationwide curriculum and learning standards, […]

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