### Desmos Fellow Cohort 1 (2016)

I’m in the process of compiling a list of my Desmos activities into a Google Sheet. The activities are grouped by grade level bands, K – 2, 3 – 5, 6 – 8 and 9 – 12. As activities are added to the Google sheet, they will be removed from this page. You can find the current list here.

**Activity Builder Tasks**

Fractions

- Fractions: Estimating Sums and Differences (A card sort)
- Ordering Fractions on a Number Line
- See blog post for lesson guide

- Number Line – Fractions
- Multiplying Fractions w/ an Area Model
- Equivalent Fractions w/ Desmos
- See blog post for lesson guide

- Adding 2 and 3 Proper Fractions with Unlike Denominators

Geometry/Graphing

**Middle Level**

Grade 6

- Number Sense w/ Multiplying Fractions
- Introduction to Irrationals
- See blog post for lesson guide. Retweeted by the Desmos Team

- Introduction to Algebra Tiles This activity explains why the tiles are named, 1, x & x².
- see blog post for lesson guide

- Nets, Surface Area & Desmos
- See blog post for lesson guide

- Percents – Bar Modeling
- Mini-Golf Marbleslides
- Equivalent Ratios – Challenge Creator

Grade 7

- Number Sense w/ Multiplying Fractions
- Adding Integers
- Introduction to Unit Rate
- See blog post for lesson guide

- Constant of Proportionality
- Percent of Increase and Decrease
- Complementary Angles
- See blog post for lesson guide

- Supplementary Angles
- See Blog post for lesson guide: Desmos, Progressions & Supplementary Angles

- Rectangular Prism Exploration This activity explores what happens to the volume of a prism when the dimensions are doubled.
- Mini-Golf Marbleslides
- Percent of Decrease
- Percent of Increase and Decrease

Grade 8

- Slope Questions
- Random Generated: Slope and y-intercept
- French Version Translated by Jocelyn Dagenais

- Investigating Slope (Slope – Man)
- Exploring the Y-intercept
- Investigating the Rate of Change created by Caleb Rothe
- Squares and Square Roots:
- See the blog post for lesson guide. Through this task, students develop a need for irrational numbers. This task is designed for 8th graders.

- Translating Lines
- Understanding Compound Inequalities
- Highlighted on The Des-Blog , Friday Five feature on May 13, 2016

- Dilations
- See blog post for lesson guide: Desmos, Dilations & The Vertical Classroom

- The Zeroth Power
- See blog post for lesson guide:The Zeroth Power: Desmos & VNPS

- Negative Exponent Exploration This lesson follows The Zeroth Power activity

**High School**

Click here to enter the class code: Desmos Student

**Desmos Related Posts**

- Introduction to Unit Rate using Desmos’ newest feature, Activity Builder.
- Algebra Tiles: How Desmos Came to My Rescue
- Desmos, Dilations & the Vertical Classroom
- Combining Like Terms w/ Desmos
- Barbie Bungee – A Guide
- Direct and Inverse Variation Graphs
- Squares, Square Roots and Sense-Making – A Desmos Activity
- Percents and Proportions and Desmos Oh My!
- Using Desmos as a visual to aid in teaching the concept of: Writing a line in Slope-Intercept Form
- Desmos: An Introduction to Irrational Numbers
- Desmos, Complementary Angles & SMP#3

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