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If you are wanting to show a movie in your math class but still want students to do math then this is for you! This is a 20 question movie guide to accompany the movie Shark Tale. These questions actually follow the movie and use scenes to build the word problems for students to answer. Justify your
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This movie quest goes along with the 2015 film, "Home". Great for emergency substitute plans and additional math fun! There are 8 story problems involving:-Multiplication-Division-Converting Metric System-Multi-digit Addition-Elapsed Time
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This Movie Quest goes with the movie "The Secret Life of Pets". Great for emergency sub plans, or end of the year activity after state testing There are 8 story questions involving: -Multiplication -Division (1 and 2 digit divisor) -Converting Measurements -Multi digit addition and subtractio
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This middle school math guide follows along with the movie Coco. Students can answer the math questions while watching the movie. This always students to review important math concepts while enjoying a movie. The worksheet includes twelve review questions over the following concepts: Metric &amp
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This Movie Quest goes with the movie "Boss Baby". Great for emergency sub plans, or end of the year activity after state testing There are 9 story questions involving: -Multiplication -Division -Converting Measurements -Decimal Addition -Multi Digit addition . subtraction
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This is a 9 question math review worksheet inspired by the movie Night At The Museum Secret of the Tomb. Students do not need to see the movie to be able to complete the problems. The topics include circumference, volume of a pyramid, converting units, probability, scale factors, and measures of c
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*Video is needed for completion of this product*Please make sure you have access to the video prior to making your purchase*This worksheet can be used to accompany the Bill Nye video MEASUREMENT (Season 5, Episode 17).The worksheet has a series of questions that help students stay focused on various
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Find the area and perimeter of your favorite monster pals.Includes the area of rectangles, squares, and triangles.Composite shapes included.
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Find the area and perimeter of your favorite monster pals.Includes the area of rectangles, squares, and triangles.Composite shapes included.
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Let the Mythbusters Team help you review basic measurement skills in a fun, real-world setting. This is geared towards middle school classrooms.This package allows you to use ANY of the popular television show Mythbuster episodes to introduce or review basic skills related to measurement and tools u
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TO BE USED WITH CRASH COURSE ASTRONOMY ONLINE VIDEOGRADES: 9-12This purchase is to be used along with the online educational video series CRASH COURSE. Full link and QR Code to the correct video are included with the student worksheet so students will have easy access both in class or using their o
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This educational resource is a fun way to take watching a movie in class to the next level! Pair this resource with the movie Frozen to explore and study character traits in a fun way with characters we love. There is also some fun, hands-on math and STEM activities that pair perfectly with the movi
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*Video is needed for completion of this product*Please make sure you have access to the video prior to making your purchase*This worksheet can be used to accompany the Bill Nye video TIME (Season 4, Episode 20).The worksheet has a series of questions that help students stay focused on various scienc
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Pythagorean Theorem Task Card Bundle (60 Cards & Interactive Videos!) Click here to watch the preview video! This bundle includes the following products: Using the Pythagorean Theorem - Task Cards & Interactive Video Lesson! The Space Diagonal - Task Cards & Interactive Video Lesson!
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The metric system is tricky to introduce to kids who’ve grown up with the American system of measurement. It’s essential to help students understand what metric prefixes mean and how the base units are used before they can move on to super fun, hands-on activities involving the metric system (such a
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