There aren’t many days on the calendar that point the general public to the amazing world of math, but March 13 is one! At ZLO, Pi Day was celebrated in a variety of ways by the math teachers, but always
Welcome Christine Blankenship! A homeschooling mom herself, our newest ZLO staff member will teach decompressed algebra. Christine has years of experience as a paraeducator, speech coach and a variety of other teaching opportunities within the church and community. A lover of
ZLO is happy to announce the addition of Kimberlee Terry and Jill Roderick to our faculty. Mrs. Terry’s degree is in Math Education from Bryan College in Tennessee. Since then she has taught in several schools, including one in Kenya.
What better way to spend a snow day than to study snow? ZLO math students were assigned to measure a snow ball during our snow days, and came up with several ways to do that, as you can see in
You might be wondering what this has to do with math. Well, once the Arithmetic class figured out the circuits, motors, and drive trains, they had so much to measure! Math at ZLO Mrs. Molly Crocker, Math & Music (and
Originally published May 25, 2018 We are pleased to announce that Decompressed Algebra: YEAR ONE is now being offered for 2018-2019 registration. “This is EXACTLY the same course as Algebra in one year, but is spread across four semesters. It
Math, or more specifically, geometry meets art. Transformations, isometries, reflections, translations, and rotations. Please do ART with your kids! It makes math so much easier. Math at ZLO Mrs. Molly Crocker, Geometry Instructor (and ZLO Director)
Math students drill multiplication facts with a variation of the card game War. If you would like to know the rules for this simple game, then ask any student in this photo. In the photo below, which pair of cards