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In this activity students work with a partner to roll a pair of dice (many times) and record the sum of the dice in a data collection sheet. Once the data has been collected the students are walked through the process of calculating the experimental probability for each sum and then the theoretical

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Students will utilize a Rock, Paper, Scissors website provided by the New York Times to determine whether the computer throwing Rock, Paper, Scissors is truly random. Students are asked to play the game 30 times in both modes. In addition, students are asked to call back ideas of simulation and pr

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This laboratory experiment (Discovering and Comparing the Densities of Coke and Diet Coke) is written in the scientific format. Students make hypotheses regarding the densities of coke and diet coke, observe the physical properties, and use mathematical reasoning to discover the reason for the dens

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This experiment is designed to have students think about theoretical probability vs. actual outcomes. Theoretical probability is the idea that if a coin is flipped 10 times, it should land on heads 5 times; and if it is flipped 20 times, it should land on heads 10 times, etc.
This 5-page document

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The heart rate lab is a classic science lab for any study of the human body. With this twist, students find their heart rate while resting, exercising, and recovering from exercise. Students then analyze their data by finding the average, and compile their data with their group. At the end, students

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In this probability experiment, students are asked to consider the fairness of a six-sided dot die. They roll the die 36 times and see if they observe each result six times, as theoretical probability tells them they should.
This five-page document includes a 3-page experiment packet and an answer

Are you looking for a way to raise the rigor of your math class to meet common core standards but also keep it age appropriate and fun? That is exactly what I was looking for so I created this volume lab for my students. It worked so that I will be using it for many years.
Before you download,

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Have you ever wondered where the area formulas for triangles, trapezoids and parallelograms came from? In this activity, I walk you through how to derive these formulas using index cards. The activity is designed to build strong, conceptual understandings while creating a hands-on product that they

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Review the information below on Patterning, working with Term # and Term Value, creating Graphs and Evaluating/Describing Data. Students will inquire how long it will take a leaky faucet to overflow the sink.

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Looking for new way to introduce properties of parallelograms to your students? I created this lab that will take anywhere from 1-4 typical class periods. Here is essential what the tasks are
Part 1 - Review some basic vocab
Part 2 - Students will measure side lengths, diagonal lengths and angle

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Here is quick lesson plan idea for teaching the edible parts of plants. I have included a narrative writing prompt on the back to integrate writing and science.
The charting meets several CCSS for math and NGSS for science. In addition this is great for challenging and motivating students to add mo

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This set of 8 station activities allows for kinesthetic and visual learners to finally understand some of the difficult concepts in astronomy, such as the distance between the planets, the mass of each planet, student weight on each planet, the distance between Earth and the moon, what influences th

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F = m x a - Newtons 2nd law of motion + free bonus literacy in Science bundle of 18 informative and fun articles with questions, along with 30 Famous Scientists posters a wall display of 30 scientists, each on A4 with a picture, synopsis of life, fun and thought provoking quotes. Lesson OverviewReca

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Make your classroom into a grocery store! Do a station activity for finding unit rate! Super easy! All done for you - with KEY!

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-Each student needs a set of snap cubes (they will only use at most 9 at a time), an individual whiteboard or other hard moveable surface, handout, and pencil.
-Have students label whiteboard with FRONT, BACK, LEFT, and RIGHT as shown on the next page.
-Walk students through how to build the first

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Have fun teaching students about mass and the scientific method using MARDI GRAS beads! This is a great addition to any social studies unit on Mardi Gras or science lesson on mass. The lesson only requires a few simple tools. I have designed this lesson using a cute little foldable with some grea

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A close reading examines how metamorphic rocks form and explains what a parent rock is and how metamorphic rock is identified. Foliation and crystal size are discussed. Student comprehension questions with answer key included.Identification lab included. **Rocks needed for lab and sorting activity:

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Also included in: Rock Bundle (Now with Student Workbook!!)

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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Tired of teaching the same boring lessons on Circumcenter and Incenter? After years of using the standard book resources, I decided to create this activity that demonstrates some real-life applications of these concurrent points. This product includes 9 tasks (with complete answer key and screen s

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This is a computer lab related to the performance component of reaction time. It satifies cuuriculum initiative of Physical fitness as wells as cross curricular initiatives of Math and Science. Students will logon to two different cites and will work through the kinematic equation followed by a re

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This product is the record sheet that can be used during an inquiry activity in which students discover, through inquiry, how many cups are in a pint, how many pints are in a quart and how many quarts are in a gallon. Other materials are needed for this activity including large bowls, bags of dry, u

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