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– customer - Teaching the Gifted

The thing I loved about many of the scenarios is that, unlike a typical word problem, they really take the student into the scenario and let them experience the decision in a way few math books even approach.

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The problems have been well-constructed and include reasoning and justification, as well as procedural skills. I cannot wait to use these in my classes. Thank you so much for making them available.

– Renee Floyd - Title I Curriculum & Instruction Coordinator / Mathematics Teacher, Hot Springs High School, Montana, USA

The students really got engaged with the 'Shopping the Sale' worksheet... In addition to solving the questions on the worksheet, students wanted to extend the problems even further! (It's not often you get to hear, "Can we do more math?" from Gr. 7s and 8s!)"

– Ralph Connelly - Former Canadian Director, NCSM

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Students were completely engaged in working together in a group to complete the task. It connected to something that they knew about (buying jeans).

– Veronica Braun - East Carter High School, Kentucky, USA

The real life problems provide opportunities to have conversations about meaning that other "non contextual problems" would never allow. So far I love it! The only thing I've been doing in addition to what you guys already provide is expand and have EVEN more follow up questions to an activity. Adding on questions is the easy part once the rich context is provided though and that's what I love!

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I really appreciate the work you put into the Make It Real Learning materials. It has helped us a lot with making the math the kids have to learn 'relevant.' It has especially helped me, as a homeschooling mother, because I don't have to try to come up with a real-world example that covers all the elements that one of my children is learning in math at that point.

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My 6th grade daughter loved this! [Fractions, Percents, and Decimals II] She ASKED to do it [...] in the car! She doesn't hate math but has never ASKED to do it.

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Arithmetic 1 Sample: Fruit Snacks: Working With Averages (Activity Library 1)

Graphing 1 Sample: Autism Awareness: Interpreting Graphs (Activity Library 2)

Quadratic 1 Sample: Fruit Snacks: Working With Averages (Activity Library 1)

- Arithmetic I
- Calculus I
- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions I
- Fractions, Percents, and Decimals I
- Fractions, Percents, and Decimals II
- Linear Functions I
- Linear Functions II
- Periodic and Piecewise I
- Polynomial, Power, Logistic, Rational Functions I
- Quadratic Functions I
- Sets, Probability, Statistics I

Activity Library 2 (each workbook contains 10 activities):

- Arithmetic II
- Fractions, Percents, Decimals III
- Fractions, Percents, Decimals IV
- Geometry I
- Geometry II
- Graphing & Other Algebra Skills I
- Graphing & Other Algebra Skills II
- Linear Functions III
- Periodic & Piecewise II
- Quadratic II
- Sets, Probability, Statistics II

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