“All mathematicians share… a sense of amazement over the infinite depth and mysterious beauty and usefulness of mathematics.”

### About Me

Welcome! I am SO glad you found my site! My name is Mary Lynne! I am a hiking, fossil hunting, God loving, coffee drinking, hot fries eatin’ middle school math teacher! I enjoy creating and sharing lessons with other teachers,

### Welcome Student Bloggers

Where You Are It’s a new school year and YOU are an 8th grader! You also have a new teacher, new clothes, new shoes, new pencils, and a new textbook. Well, I have another something new for you! You all

### How to Write a Blog Post

Many of you have never posted a blog but you have posted on Facebook, Twitter, and a ton of other social networks. There are some differences in writing a blog post but, if you’ve used a social media, you’ll find writing

### Posting Rules

By using this site for your math blog, you agree to the following student blog posting rules: As a student math blogger in Ms. ML’s classroom, you are expected to follow these blog posting rules below. Use the questions in

### Commenting Rules

By using this site for your math blog, you agree to the following student commenting rules: Blog Commenting Rules As a student math blogger, you will be commenting on each other’s posts on a regular basis. You will need to

### Scoring Rubric

The rubric below will be used to evaluate your blog post. You can use it to self assess your blog post before the teacher reads it and other students comment. Blog Scoring Rubric Problem: Name: Date: CATEGORY 4 —