Mathematics

Cubism in Math

Mirrors to measure height?

8th graders are currently studying similar shapes and proportional reasoning in math class.

Where is the car going and how far?

Students in K - 4th grae visited the STEM Lab in Febraury to learn more about engineers and motion.

Fall River Student Experiences STEM in Action

Third grade student Ryan C. is sharing about his upcoming heart surgery. He is teaching others about the elements of STEM he will be experiencing when he undergoes treatment in February. In the book Ryan is sharing, he points out his favorite page which shows all of the biotechnology and surgical suite machines he will be able to see close up.  "I'm not afraid right now, I'm sort of excited to see all of these things before I go to sleep." Ryan is sharing how science, technology, engineering and math can help people who need complex surgery.  

 

Family Math Night

This term, the Indian Peaks Parent Leadership Team has decided to focus their efforts of increasing family involvement in the area of Math, specifically in the area of math facts. Two Family Math Nights were hosted last week: Tuesday, Jan. 12th and Thursday, Jan. 14th from 6-7:15 pm.

4th Grade Walks to Pluto

Students in Mrs. Carmichael's fourth grade class worked on walking a scale model of the solar system.

Mini-Me's Appear in 7th Grade Math Class

Timberline 7th graders used their knowledge of fractions and ratios to design a scale model of themselves.

Number Properties have Super Powers

6th graders learned about basic number properties, such as the Identity Property and the Zero Property, during their "Expressions and E

STEM and Physical Education

Students in Mr. Hoople's Physical Education class are participants in a human model of the circulatory system.  Mr.

Creating an Animal House in Math

During math class in November, 4th Graders in Mr.

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