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Project Based Learning: Obstacle Race Course with Area and Perimeter (PBL)

Let students learn how math concepts are connected to the real-world as they design their own OBSTACLE RACE COURSE! Focusing on Area and Perimeter means--Math is everywhere in this project based learning activity (PBL). Designing, creating, and problem solving are key features of this resource. Design An Obstacle Course! $


Yes. - (continued response) my fam wants kinda wants me to marry an Armenian guy, so I guess I'm kinda cutting up that expectation, but my cousin married an AWESOME American girl who, did I mention, is AWESOME, so I don't really know if they'd be disappointed in terms of race. No, you don't seem racist, love! I'm fine with you asking that. Though I have no idea if Armenian is a big "Oh, that's SO different from American" because... Well.. I don't look THAT different from being…


Phar Lap and Billy Elliott, 1932. New Zealand-bred Phar Lap (which means "lightning" in Thai) became famous and a national icon in Australia, where he primarily raced during his four-year career. The monstrous horse measured a staggering 17.1 hands high while his heart weighed 13.7 pounds, significantly more compared to the average horse heart weight of just 9 pounds.


Racism is not about how you look, it's about how people assign meaning to how you look. - Robin D.G. Kelley. The Race Exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC.


What race do you identify yourself as? by wildmanwalkersblog #Race #wildmanwalkersblot


The number 13 paves a potential of creating harmony and unification of the masculine & feminine – and though this sacred and loving union communities come together and walls between races, religion and countries dissolve.


I chose this Pin for my board because I think it is a great Quote. To me this quote means that if you believe that racism is no longer going on in our world you're racist. Racism is still a huge topic in today's society so the fact that you don't think it exists means that you yourself are very close minded or racist.


Phar Lap - New Zealand racehorse and Aussie icon during 1920s and early 1930s. He measured staggering 17.1 hands high while his heart was 1.5 times larger than average horse heart. Phar Lap (Thai for "Lightning") had 37 wins in 51 races, and set 8 track records before his mysterious death in 1932. Many speculated that U.S. gangsters fearing big losses poisoned the horse. 70 yrs later forensics proved he ingested large dose of arsenic just before death, though a source wasn't found.