There's a lot going on this month and it's a great time to use real events to inspire math fun! We've compiled a themed lineup of member-exclusive activities and resources for your classroom. Winter Olympics is happening now. Why not have your students calculate the angular velocity needed for a figure skating pair to be in sync? How about figuring cardiac blood-flow output for a Valentine's activity? Try them out!
How Much Water Is in the Skating Rink?
Double the Fun: Pairs Skating Jumps
Steps and Slopes: Measuring the Rise and Run of Steps to Calculate Slope
Math for Real: Preparing for the 2014 Winter Olympics
The 2006 Winter Olympic Games (February 2006)
Jump as Far as You Can
Out of the Park! Exploring the Mean in Sports
Math is Going to the Dogs
Hot Ziggity Dog!
Math for Real - Canine Care
The Dog Pen Problem
Mathematics of the Heart
Etty Wanda and the Have a Heart Problem
Let Me Count the Ways!
Math with Love
Cardiac Output, Rates of Change, and Accumulation
Biology as a Source for Algebra Equations: The Heart
A once in a lifetime event is happening this 2-7-18 and the math community is coming together to celebrate your favorite non-pi irrational number, e. As in 2.718...what better way to celebrate Leonhard Euler's research with e than this Feb 7, 2018. See what all the buzz is about and get and share resources on MyNCTM.
How Many Blades of Grass Are on a Football Field?
Pythagorean Football Pattern
Football Field Mathematics
Strange Geometry in Football
How Far Up Am I? The Mathematics of Stadium Seating
Need more game day resources? Check out the resources members are sharing on MyNCTM!