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Middle Schoolers LOVE probability!
This is a GREAT lesson around Halloween when the kids are already hyped up on sugar and want to 'talk' to their classmates.
This activity allows the students to DISCOVER the differences between EXPERIMENTAL and THEORETICAL probability and connect it to everyday

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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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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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Students use toy dinosaurs to practice concepts of measurement, ratios, proportions, fractions, decimals.

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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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Conditions:This file will be free in the preview. Donate money if you find it helpful.Procedure:Students measure the ratio of their arm length to their forearm length to be proportional to the ratio of their height to their leg length.This leads to a discussion about Golden ProportionsEveryone is h

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Use the setting of the video game Minecraft to explore Earth Science. Student are engaged by imagining a cavern full of molten rock exists underground. When the magma cools off, what igneous rock types will be formed over time? Students solve this real-world math problem by using the silica content

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Help your students convert fractions using multiplication in a
practical way. Students will take a recipe, half it, then quarter it.
Can they do it correctly to make delicious mini-muffin donuts?
They will be the judge of that when they share muffins with their
classmates after they are made.

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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

This is a one day Math Lab to explore theoretical and experimental probability through flipping coins. Students determine the theoretical probability of a few scenarios and then experiment to see what happens. It comes with a couple pointers on how to preface the lesson and where to go when you're

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Scientific Method Gummy Bears Lab Science Experiment: These worksheets provide step by step instructions through the Scientific Method Experiment lab process. It is engaging and fun!
Just bring the candy - and the sheets are ready to use -NO PREP!
The process includes:
Question, hypothesis, proce

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We’ve all heard the old wives’ tale that March goes in like a lion and out like a lamb. But is it really true? Have your students find out in this engaging, problem based learning lab, aligned to the CCSS.
After presenting the problem to your students, they will have to figure out:
• What consti

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In this lesson students work to make dough using only 1/3 and 1/4 measuring cups. Students are challenged to make the dough by combining this measurements to meet the recipe requirements.
Teacher directions and recipe only.
CCSS aligned 3rd and 4th grade.
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This activity requires students to flip a coin 100 times and calculate the cumulative probability for each trial of ten. Students should begin to develop the concept of theoretical versus experimental probability as the cumulative number of flips increases. Recognizing independent events, graphing

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States of matter

This is a quick lab recording sheet using a colored spinner.

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*All SMARTboard slides are meant to be used in conjunction with the Engage NY Lesson Materials provided in each module that can be downloaded directly from the Engage NY website for 3rd grade.
Here are Lessons 1 through 4 for Third Grade Module 5 Topic A. Lessons are in a workshop style, where stud

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