Blog Posts Tagged "Math"
Dinah Bowman is a professional artist and an illustrator here on board the JR who specializes in all things natural and biological. As a child, she dreamed of making a living doing what she loves to do: Art!
Thanks to everyone who submitted answers for last week's minutes. Congratulations to the winner, Brant, who was chosen by random number from the submissions. There certainly is a lot of math going on here daily on the JR, so don't worry, there'll be another chance to win a T-shirt this week! Monday's question is already posted on the expedition page. Here are the answers to last week's questions.
Thanks to everyone who submitted answers for last week's minutes. Congratulations to the winner, Phillip, who was chosen by random number from the submissions. Lots more math to come, so if you didn’t win this week, keep calculating!
Congratulations to Brittany, the winner of last week’s Math Minute. Enjoy your Adopt-a-Microbe T-shirt! Here are the answers to last week’s questions. Monday’s question is up on the expedition page, so if you didn’t win last week, keep calculating!
Congratulations to Paolina, the winner of last week's math minute and soon-to-be recipient of a limited-edition Adopt-a-Microbe T-shirt! Thanks to all who submitted their answers this week. There are still two more chances to win, so keep calculating! Here are the answers to last week's questions:
Congratulations to Alex, the winner of last week's Math Minute! Enjoy your Adopt-a-Microbe t-shirt! One more week left to win that t-shirt. Pass it on to your classes, your kids, your friends. You can show off your cool new t-shirt when you win!
Congratulations to Carol, our final winner of the Math Minute Adopt-a-Microbe T-shirt contest! Enjoy your t-shirt. And a big thanks to all the math geeks who followed along with us during the expedition and learned how much math goes into everyday activities here on the JR. I'd like to give a shout-out to our one eager calculator who submitted answers for all 6 weeks...the grand slam of math! Way to go Paolina! These math questions and answers will be available here on the JR blog if you would like to use them in your classrooms in the future.