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Math In Action
  • Emma 4th Grade Bertha Robinson East Jackson: Counting
  • Alycia 1st Grade Arnold Elementary: I count my teddy bears because I have a lot
  • Brianna 1st Grade Arnold Elementary: I count my stuffed animals every night to make sure they are there
  • Kaleb 1st Grade Arnold Elementary: I play a math game on my Wii
  • Emily 1st Grade Arnold Elementary: I count my money so I can buy a toy
  • Tessa 1st Grade Arnold Elementary: I made an apple pattern with my dad
  • Avyonna 1st Grade Bean Elementary: On the computer with math games
  • Hailey 1st Grade Bean Elementary: I use my fingers to count
  • Clayton 5th Grade Bertha Robinson Elementary: I had to do mental math in my head to find out how much my dog cost
  • Kyle 5th Grade Bertha Robinson Elementary: I had a lemonade stand and I had to add up my earnings.
  • Abigail 3rd Grade Cascades Elementary School: When I help my Mom to measure doors around the house.
  • Alex 3rd Grade Cascades Elementary School: When we are buying groceries at a store to the exact money to buy the groceries to add up the cost
  • Edgar 3rd Grade Cascades Elementary School: When I want grapes, I get grapes. I count how many grapes I have. Then I eat them.
  • Evelyn 3rd Grade Cascades Elementary School: I use math to add up all my stuffed animals and the rest of my toys.
  • Broden 1st Grade Columbia Elementary: Sort my toys
  • Genavieve 1st Grade Columbia Elementary: Patterns with my lipsticks
  • Matthew 1st Grade Columbia Elementary: Counting Legos
  • Rosemary 6th Grade Columbia Middle School: I used math to figure out how much money I owe to the bank for late books.
  • Bridgette 6th Grade Concord: I had to split the recipe in half / cooking
  • Cameron 8th Grade Concord: Figuring out how much gas to put in my atv
  • Darren 6th Grade Concord: Making a rocket
  • Kyleigh 8th Grade Concord: Thinking how many hours it is till I will get somewhere
  • Rylee Kindergarten Concord Elementary: I counted how many Legos I needed to make my Lego beauty salon. I also sorted my Legos by shapes.
  • Ike 6th Grade Concord Middle School: Deer hunting and shopping
  • Taylor 8th Grade Concord Middle: I have used math to help me find the average amount of pages I read in my book each week
  • Rachel 6th Grade Da Vinci Primary: I use math when I go to the store.
  • Christian 6th Grade Da Vinci Primary: I used it on my homework yesterday
  • Samantha 4th Grade Dibble: Looking at the time. Looking at the cereal box and seeing how many calories are in it.
  • Ayers 4th Grade Dibble: Telling time, shopping, seeing how far you can go in a race.
  • Ella 4th Grade Dibble: I bought stuff from the grocery store for my mom, set my alarm clock, cook stuff by measuring
  • Alyssa 5th Grade East Jackson Bertha Robinson: Finding out how much money it would cost me to buy a water and snack.
  • Jimmy 3rd Grade East Jackson Memorial Elementary: To add up my groceries to predict my bill
  • Elisse 3rd Grade Ezra Eby: Dividing hay bales for my horses
  • Eric 3rd Grade Ezra Eby Elementary: I use Legos for fractions
  • Logan 3rd Grade Ezra Eby Elementary: Use a clock to tell time
  • Andrew 4th Grade Ezra Eby Elementary: In Monopoly, I was the banker and I made change with the money in the game.
  • Blake 3rd Grade Ezra Eby Elementary: I count my allowance every week
  • Joseph 3rd Grade Ezra Eby Elementary: Measure the distance around house to know how many Christmas lights we need to put up.
  • Luke 3rd Grade Ezra Eby Elementary: I used math to figure out how many hours before dinner.
  • Kelsea 3rd Grade Ezra Eby Elementary School: I take dance lessons (Jazz, ballet and tap). In class I find myself keeping count in my head.
  • Alyssa 5th Grade Ezra Eby Elementary: I count how many cart-wheels on the trampoline
  • Aidan 5th Grade Frost Elementary: I work in the student credit union as teller.
  • Amanda 5th Grade Frost Elementary: I use math by cooking different things and by measuring different amounts
  • Brenton 3rd Grade George Long Elementary: At my house I draw math problems when I get bored it helps me get better at math
  • Brett 4th Grade George Long Elementary: To know what time it is
  • Gracie 4th Grade George Long Elementary: I use math when I count at home. I also use math when I have to split something in half with my sister.
  • Jayden 4th Grade George Long Elementary: I counted money in my wallet.
  • Abigail 3rd Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I measure rabbit food
  • Aiden 3rd Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I help my dad count deer points
  • Alissa 4th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I have been counting down the days of Christmas.
  • Andrew 5th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I use standard algorithm then check with subtraction.
  • Brent 3rd Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I help my mom with the laundry and I measured the laundry soap.
  • Chloe 5th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: Finding out how much money I owed after coupons
  • Conner 4th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: Counted my penny collection
  • Connor 3rd Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: Counted how many people were on the Titanic
  • Ellery 5th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I used math when I was cooking because I had to measure the ingredients in fractions.
  • Gwynne 5th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: When I help do the concession stand I have to subtract or add money to give change
  • HUNTER 1st Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: Counted my angry birds
  • Jack 5th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I have been using mental math to figure out prices
  • Jack 2nd Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I made chili
  • Joseph 3rd Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: I counted my own teeth
  • Xander 4th Grade Hanover Horton Elementary: Making a fence
  • Austin 8th Grade Hanover Horton Middle School: Playing Yahtzee
  • Cameron 7th Grade Hanover Horton Middle School: I use math to add up my stats in basketball
  • Gavin 7th Grade Hanover Horton Middle School: To measure squares in the comic books I make
  • Alexis 3rd Grade Hunt Elementary: Counting my money to pay for something Ihad to add it up then pay with the correct amount of money
  • Joshua 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I helped my mom figure out how much we have to spend on groceries to not go over the budget we have
  • Alaina 7th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I have used math because I went to the mall with my cousin and we estimated prices.
  • Amber 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I used math in the past few weeks when I counted my calorie in take. ♥
  • Anna 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I made cookies for my basketball buddies using fractions!!!!!!!
  • Christopher 7th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I used math to average my best times in the 50 yard backstroke
  • Gavin 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I have used math when I was laying and cutting laminate floor.
  • Lewis 7th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I have figured out my percentages on tests.
  • Noah 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I was shooting free throws this week so I averaged the number of made to missed
  • Raymond 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I have used it to see what bread was more expensive per ounce when I go shopping
  • Sarah 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I found out how much time there was left in the morning until I had to leave my house by doing some math.
  • Zachary 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I have used math by calculating how many calories are in one bowl of cereal of cinnamon toast crunch
  • Jocee 8th Grade Jackson Catholic Middle School: I made a cake and I had to see how many 1/4 cups go in to 1 cup.
  • Joseph 3rd Grade Keicher Elementary: I counted my stuffed animals that fell off my bed
  • William 3rd Grade Keicher Elementary: Divided pizza
  • Skyanne 5th Grade Keicher: In cooking when you make a double batch
  • Samira 3rd Grade Keicher Elementary: Divided a pizza with six people in my family
  • Morgan 5th Grade Michigan Center Keicher Elementary: I am saving up for a phone
  • Hannah 5th Grade Michigan Center Keicher Elementary: Watch my parents put gas in the car and when need to tell time
  • Alize 5th Grade Michigan Center Keicher Elementary: I go clothes shopping with my friends.
  • Austin 6th Grade Middle School at Parkside: At the gas station
  • Isaac 8th Grade Middle School at Parkside: Yes I have, I used math when I was helping my step dad put dry wall up, so I had to help him measure
  • Layla 8th Grade Middle School at Parkside: Finding out how much time I will dedicate to homework to then play Xbox
  • Sabrina 8th Grade Middle School at Parkside: I have used math by figuring out how to get beds upstairs in my house without breaking anything.
  • Shonte 8th Grade Middle School At Parkside: I used math to see how much a hoodie cost
  • Marissa 8th Grade Middle School At Parkside: I used math in the bank, I counted the money I wanted to take out from the bank and what to leave in.
  • Grace 2nd Grade Napoleon: When I'm bored I count things
  • Jadyn 2nd Grade Napoleon: Mom makes up story problems for me to guess
  • Duncan 7th Grade Napoleon Community Schools: Basketball stats
  • Aaron 8th Grade Napoleon Middle School: I have used math in shooting a basketball, where I try to use the correct angle to make the basket.
  • Allison 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: Added up bowling scores from my tournament
  • Anthny James 8th Grade Napoleon Middle School: In calculating the price of new video games.
  • Aubrey 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: I used math for taking stats at our boys basketball games .
  • Beth 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: I bake a lot so I fill up the measuring cup to the right amount so my creation turns out right.
  • Cate 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: I used math when I went on my family vacation to calculate how many miles it was to each destination
  • David 8th Grade Napoleon Middle School: I calculated how often I read by dividing the number of pages by days read.
  • Holly 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: I had a basketball tournament and used math to figure out how many baskets we were ahead or behind.
  • Jacob 8th Grade Napoleon Middle School: I have used math to find ratios of how long to cook something for what temperature
  • Joel 8th Grade Napoleon Middle School: By working on our chapter review
  • Joseph 8th Grade Napoleon Middle School: We had to measure the square footage of my room to put in new carpet
  • Logan 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: Looking at stats for NFL QBs
  • Riley 8th Grade Napoleon Middle School: Yesterday I had to figure out how much my steer would weight in August.
  • Sidnee 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: How much my dog would weigh on the moon
  • Taylor 7th Grade Napoleon Middle School: When I go out to dinner we have to figure out how much for the tip.
  • Steffanie 7th Grade Napoleon Middle Schools: When I sing I count how many beats before I come in on the song
  • Claudia 2nd Grade Northeast Elementary JPS: I measured my Barbie.
  • Gael 2nd Grade Northeast Elementary JPS: I helped my dad measure a log.
  • Michael 2nd Grade Northeast Elementary JPS: I played a math game with my mom.
  • Andrea 4th Grade Northwest Elementary: Tell time on the clocks at home
  • Evan 3rd Grade Northwest Elementary: Using tools to fix a motorcycle with my dad
  • Jendayah 3rd Grade Northwest Elementary: Using a measuring tape at home
  • Olivia 5th Grade Northwest Elementary: I have added up my AR points
  • Brittany 5th Grade Northwest Elementary: Cutting a pie
  • Madelynne 1st Grade Paragon Charter Academy: I added up my change.
  • Daryth 8th Grade Parkside: I have used math in counting the change jar in my house
  • Diego 8th Grade Parkside At Middle School: We had to figure out the price off every thing we bought at the store.
  • Samuel 8th Grade Parkside: I used math in finding how many hours I sleep a day
  • Lucrecia 7th Grade Parkside: When I had to figure out what time I got to the hospital and how much time we waited in the waiting room
  • Travis 2nd Grade Parnall Elementary: Counted days till break
  • Austin 8th Grade R.W Kidder Middle School: To add the presidential election electoral votes together
  • Tyler 8th Grade R.W Northwest Kidder Middle School: While I'm out hunting I use distance of wind
  • John 8th Grade R.W. Kidder Middle School: Arc for basketball
  • Aaliyah 5th Grade Robinson Elementary: Counting money
  • Dennis 5th Grade Robinson Elementary: Added a score with a game
  • Aubrey 4th Grade Sharp Park Academy: in life you have to count up your money
  • Jadyn 4th Grade Sharp Park Academy: I played a math game on the computer at my house because I wanted something to do.
  • Gavin Kindergarten Sharp Park Academy: Playing dice
  • Aminah 4th Grade Sharp Park Academy: When I go to the store and add two prices together.
  • Isabella 3rd Grade Springport: Counting how many tickets to use at the park
  • Lizzy 3rd Grade Springport: Counting cats at a pet store
  • Anna 6th Grade St. Mary Star of the Sea: I used it when I counted how many gummy bears I ate.
  • Baileigh 3rd Grade St. Mary Star of the Sea: I read a clock.
  • Hailey 6th Grade St. Mary Star of the Sea: I have used math to count how many times I had a turn in a board game.
  • Jasmine 6th Grade St. Mary Star of the Sea: I counted how many water bottles were in each crate using multiplication.
  • Christian 6th Grade St. Mary's Star of the Sea: I used it when we had pizza. I had one tenth of the pizza.
  • Collin 5th Grade St. Mary's Star of the Sea School: I measured my height with my Dad, we used a tape measurer.
  • Camille 5th Grade Townsend Elementary: Adding the bill up with my grandpa at Applebee's
  • Hayden Kindergarten Townsend Elementary: Make flags with patterns
  • Tade 5th Grade Townsend Elementary: I had to divide a breadstick between me and my brother and my mom.
  • Madisyn 4th Grade Warner Elementary: I helped my Mom make cupcakes and I had to measure how many cups or tablespoons it was.
  • Alison 4th Grade Warner Elementary: I helped my dad with our fort.
  • Kayden 4th Grade Warner Elementary: I did math on my mom's phone.
  • Breanna 4th Grade Warner Elementary School: Last night I was online shopping during Cyber Monday sales and doing quick 30% off math in my head!
  • Abagail 6th Grade Western Middle School: There was a book for 14.99 but I only had 10 dollars with me, I had to pay my mom 4.99 cents.
  • Aubrey 6th Grade Western Middle School: I have used math outside of school counting out change to give to my little sister while shopping.
  • Bailey 6th Grade Western Middle School: Ratio for Wii play to see how many tanks I blow up.
  • Brendon 6th Grade Western Middle School: Adding the total to the number of punches I hit on the punching bag at home.
  • Caleb 6th Grade WESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL: I had to go to a b-day party, and I had to figure out how long I had to get ready
  • Christopher 6th Grade Western Middle School: When I work out I have to add weights.
  • Dayna 6th Grade Western Middle School: Playing Brain Age on my DSi XL
  • Eli 6th Grade Western Middle School: I needed to use subtraction to find out how many cookies one of my brothers got.
  • Eliza 7th Grade Western Middle School: For violin I have to count beats to see how long the note should be.
  • Faith 6th Grade Western Middle School: I got a cupcake machine and when I make cupcakes I always have to find out how many ounces to use.
  • Justin 7th Grade Western Middle School: I have used math out of school by keeping the beat in Band and Piano.
  • Jessa 6th Grade WesternMiddleSchool: I used math to see how much my cat weighs.
  • Isaiah 7th Grade Vandercook Lake High School/Middle School: Counting money
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