We'll round out our hallway tour of the Platonic solids with my favorite: the dodecahedron (12 faces).
Platonic solids week continues in the lower school hallway, with the hexahedron (6 faces). This guy's also known its more common name: the cube.
Some of our wall murals are deeply mathematical. All five Platonic solids are represented! Kendra and I have doors that open on the isocahedron (20 faces).
In advisory, we busted out the construction paper and made us some Halloween decorations! Ghosts, pumpkins, black cats, and origami demon, and... a pair of gunslinging cacti. Why not?
Algebra students completed poster-sized graphs of representatives from the three families of functions that we'll study this year: linear, exponential, and quadratic functions.
iPad tripod! A much more elegant document camera solution than the stack of books I was using. The one with the rubber band that held the iPad on one end while it stuck out over the edge...