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A lab activity that combines the scientific method with creating graphs, changing fractions to decimals, to percent with M & M's.

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Fun math lab where students work in groups to determine the different ratios in their bag of M&Ms. Students have to determine what each ratio is in fraction, decimal, and percentage form.
An extra credit activity is at the bottom of the worksheet. This activity asks students to expand a cookie

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In this lab, students start by measuring how far they can jump on Earth, and then calculate how far they could jump on the different planets and Earth's moon, based on the amount of gravity present on each body. This was a great way to demonstrate the effects of gravity, while also reinforcing the 6

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Here is a wonderful free activity that creates a lasting impression for your students about the Earth’s resources. It incorporates Common Core Math Standards with science and social studies!

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Lab for students to eat and learn! Students use a party size (halloween kind) bag of m&ms to calculate, convert and graph ratios, decimals and percents of each color of m&ms in the bag.
Reflection and Critical Thinking Conclusion activity included. Extension extra credit also included.
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Easy to incorporate, all you need is a scale! With this lab students weigh four different objects and calculate their weight on the different planets. The formula for calculating weight (mass x gravity = weight) is clearly stated in the directions. Students could use a calculator, or this activity c

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FANTASTIC Cell Cycle and Mitosis Lab...Covers microscope, Stages of cell cycle and mitosis, determining percentages, AND graphing! The kids always loved this one!

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FANTASTIC Cell Cycle and Mitosis Lab...Covers microscope, Stages of cell cycle and mitosis, determining percentages, AND graphing! The kids always loved this one!

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70 questions with solutions adding and subtracting both positive and negative decimal numbers, each with between 0 and 3 decimal places.
If anything with this sheet is not exactly as you would like, just let me know, and I'll do what I can to meet your need. Enjoy!

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Introduction to Density for Middle School or High School students. Density formula and teacher-led example included. Simple Calculations that can be done with a calculator or by hand using Long division.
Students should already know how to use a balance and how to read a graduated cylinder correc

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In this lab, students start by measuring how far they can jump on Earth, and then calculate how far they could jump on the different planets and Earth's moon, based on the amount of gravity present on each body. This was a great way to demonstrate the effects of gravity, while also reinforcing the 6

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This a great lab for 5th, 6th, or even 7th grade to perform. The lab uses different liquids and allows students to see how different substance have different densities. The lab begins by discussing the density of water and then predicting if other liquids will be less/more dense.
The practice pr

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Students will model multiplication and division of decimals with decimal grids.

This is a great math lab that reinforces adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals (5.NBT.7). Students are challenged to create a paper airplane designed to carry the most cargo (pennies) and travel the greatest distance.
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-pennies
-colored cardstock
-graph paper
-tape
-meter

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In this activity, students "discover" what pi represents by measuring various circumferences and diameters of circular objects and identifying the pattern. This aims to provide deeper conceptual understanding of pi, and therefore assist students in understanding pi's many applications.

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This is a GREAT lab for students to discover the value of patterns in our wonderful world of mathematics! * In the lesson, students DO discover a relationship between fractions and decimals beginning with NINETEEN FRACTIONS THAT STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO DIVIDE THE NUMERATOR BY THE DENOMINATOR O

I am very pleased and excited to share my math lab on Texting While Walking.
* Teachers will surely find that the lab is useful in reinforcing lessons on fractions, ratios, percents, and decimals, while at the same time, students learn safety in texting habits.
*. As the lesson begins

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Scientific Method inquiry about the solar system/space
Students will show the distances of the inner planets from the sun compared to each other. Students will show the revolution of each planet using yarn then hang all 4 pieces next to each other to see the difference in their length. Students wil

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Change up your usual math routine with this fun interdisciplinary/cross-curricular activity that has students practicing multiplying decimals as they calculate the weight of objects on different planets. All you need is a scale!

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Students time themselves copying the alphabet with both hands, and calculate the percent of increase or decrease in their times.

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This is an exciting lab that gets students up and moving around for math. Math is often times very dull because it is generally taught out of the book. Run Run Ratio is a very fun way to help students learn and practice measurement, rounding decimals, recording ratios, finding unit rate, comparing u

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