Your students will use estimation strategies to figure out how many parking spots are there in the parking structure at Disneyland? And you bet I reveal the real answer!

How many pounds of pasta could you cook using the water in an olympic-sized pool?

In this cross-curricular investigation, students will look into an intriguing question: do donuts or salads have more sugar? They'll grapple with misleading information, bias, and use their math skills to create a visual representation of sugar in popular foods.

How long would it take to mow a very large lawn with a push-mower?

You've got 60 spaces on a grid to create an amusement park, a house, a farm, or whatever you'd like. Divide it into seven pieces, order it by size, combine into two halves, and more in this fraction project.

So… just how many kids could we cram onto the playground?

Would you save money if you lived in Las Vegas and *commuted every day* to San Francisco?

How has the volume of laptops changed over time? You *know* you want to check out how huge those first versions were!

What if you had an original iPod and sold it compared to if you had bought the equivalent amount of Apple stock and sold *that*?

In this math project, students will design and furnish suites and rooms in a hotel. Then they will use their talents to sell their hotel in a presentation.

Is gas *actually* that expensive? What if we filled a car up with… orange juice?

Let's create a parody ad attacking a surprisingly calorie-rich meal.

Your special friends sure have some unique gift needs!

So… just how much caffeine can you have before you end up in the ER?

Let's buy something *expensive* with a credit card and then make only the minumum payments!

When will mean and median give us different results?

So should we make another movie in this series?

Which country has a great balance between their summer and winter Olympic medals?

How have the ages of three countries' populations changed from 1950 to 2020? And what problems might that create?

Sure, the US has *a whole lotta medals*! But do smaller countries have more medals per capita?

What do people know about the amount of caffeine in common beverages?

How many 2 liter bottles could you fill up using the water in an olympic-sized pool?

Students will analyze advertisements about caffeine and create a public service announcement to communicate their findings.

How many times could you fill up a jet plane using the fuel that would fit in an olympic-sized pool?

Students work with negative numbers to create their Polar Weather Report.