I have never used this project in conjunction with a specific textbook as our math curriculum has changed several times in recent years. I created it to help my fifth grade students apply geometric concepts in a fun, hands-on way during the week before Christmas break.
I'm on leave from school recovering from surgery, but when I return to work at the end of next week I will locate the answer keys for you. They are on a disc in my classrom. Sorry for the delay; I will get those back to you as soon as possible.
May 4, 2010
lillian re: Measurement Customary and Metric Units of Length, Capacity and Weight
I purchased the poetry stations - it does not have the concrete poems that are mentioned in the page. Can I find it somewhere or was it left out?
I'm sorry that I didn't get back to you sooner on this; I never received a notification by email of this question and just got on today to answer another question from a different buyer and saw your email. I do not have concrete poems in the packet because I copied them out of a book and used those in my classroom. You can most likely find examples online, or the book I use is called. "Doodle Dandies: Poems That Take Shape." I just typed in "poems that take shape" in google and pulled up several sites that have poems you can copy and paste into Word. Hope this helps! Sorry for the long delay in response!
May 4, 2010
I've taught fifth grade for five years and seventh grade for two years!