I like these Calculus writing projects because they're based in realistic context, and the kids have to write a letter to explain their recommendations and to justify them with math explanations.
More of the same type of writing projects, but extra nicely formatted.Art, technology, and Calculus - what could be better?
Designing a smooth-riding rollercoaster. I know that there are different versions of this project out there, and when the time comes, I'll be doing some shopping around to make sure I'm using the most kid-friendly version. I think my new school already has a version of this project floating around somewhere in the shared files.
Some sciency projects for Calculus.
Some nice activity sheets to spark discussion. (I know, they're not projects, but they're nice, no?)
Also, as a bonus find, I came across an easy-to-read explanation of what makes good math writing , and why writing is necessary in a math class.
Ah, I'm glad it's still just July. Even though I am keeping busy, summer is still cool and bright for another few weeks.