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Are you looking for higher level math problem based learning/problem solving activities to use with your students? Do you want low prep, low ink AND flexibility—a math resource that can be used with small enrichment groups or can be tiered so you can use it with your entire class…but at different l
Want to integrate MYTHOLOGY into your math unit and math into your mythology unit? Looking to work in some descriptive writing and figurative language also? Well, here is a great project based learning idea for you! This product includes student directions for creating an amusement park based on
4th - 6th
These printable summer math worksheets feature a fun amusement park theme. They are no prep cut and paste math and literacy activities appropriate for kindergarten, special education and students with autism. Your students will practice their counting, letter matching, color matching and sorting ski
89 pages of math centers in a carnival theme. Carnival activities include numbers, amusement park, tally marks, ten frames, number words, fair, circus, cardinality, carnival centers, counting, worksheets, recording sheets, differentiated, number sets, subitizing, writing, one to one correspondence,
Great end of year project where students have to develop an amusement park, create rides, calculate area, find simple interest, create a menu, find percent change, and present their project to the class. Presentations are done in a shark tank manner, where the rest of the class picks their favorite
Engage your students with a fun Amusement Park Math Digital Escape Room activity. This no prep, self grading, digital math activity is ready to go on Google Forms. Ideal for all learners. Includes word problems with the following math concepts: conversions with customary length, adding decimals, de
This two part, end-of-the-year project is great for practicing mathematical concepts like area, perimeter, and decimals. The rubrics provide directions for students to first create a menu that will be a part of their original theme park, and then design it to certain specifications. Students enjoy t
3rd - 6th
This bundle is a collection of seven math activities with an amusement park theme. There are six Google Slides™ Interactive Activities (map skills, money, and time activities) and one PDF resource (addition and subtraction word problems).Activities Included:Addition and Subtraction within 20: stude
1st - 3rd
This product is in the Math Fun Themes 1 Mega BundleThis pack contains a themed color matching set, counting set, math set, numbers set, clock set and ten frames set.TOU1. You may not sell, distribute, trade or share my graphics in any way.2. You may use the graphics in your classroom and in various
Printable Packet: Count and Clip Cards. Amusement Park Counting 1 to 20 Count and Clip Cards. Students in preschool, P-K, K, Special Needs and Autism classrooms can practice their counting skills with this Counting Amusement Park count and clip math center activity. Students will count the the amuse
PreK - 1st
Have fun with this Halloween Escape Room math activity with an amusement park theme on Google Forms. Includes word problems with the following math concepts: adding $, decision making math, input/output table, multiplication, math logic, elapsed time, and multi-step word problems. (See my preview f
4th - 5th
Who doesn't love the fun of an amusement park! Keep your students engaged with this fun amusement park themed Math project. The set includes 14 pages of activities for totaling up the cost of attending an amusement park for the Miller family, a family of 5. Students work to total up the cost of eac
1st - 2nd
Design your own amusement park. Creative math project - fun for students!
Get this set of Amusement Park Game resource. It is packed with literacy and math games all at an amusement park, and the kids love it! Who wouldn't want to go to the Duck Pond, Ring Toss, Balloon Darts or House of Fun. The games can be played independently, with a partner, or small group. This
High-cognitive demand problems help build students' mathematical reasoning and conceptual understanding. Open-ended problems encourage flexibility with numbers and serve as a great math assessment. This task is great for 3rd grade or 4th grade math classrooms that are working on addition and problem
This was a fun lesson I created for my kids for distance learning when we were doing a unit on Amusement Parks for summer school. This would also work great for a carnival theme as well. This is a great lesson for Special Education teachers or speech therapists doing telehealth, remote lessons via
Design an amusement park using various strands of Math! This mini-project includes 2D shapes, fractions, area, measurement, as well as data management and graphing. Great for end of year, culminating activities or even spiralling. You could also supplement this with Language Arts by having them crea
6th - 9th

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This product consists of 5 math tubs that focus on basic math concepts and 1 math craftivity. Each tub has a corespoding activity sheet to complete as well. - Addition/Subtraction- students will add 1 or 2 more and subtract 1 less or 2 less with a roller coaster theme. - Number word to Numeral Mat
What more fun could a student ask for than to create their own amusement park? With this activity the students will be creating their own amusement park map of attractions and then mapping it out using a grid. Students will then complete a descriptive writing where they will have to describe all th
4th - 6th
Students read, write, and compare multi-digit numbers. They write numbers using standard and expanded form, as well as word names. Students use place value to round numbers to the nearest whole. They add and subtract multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm.
Review how to find the area and circumference of a circle with this fun PowerPoint Activity that includes multiple rides, park maps, a few sound effects, etc. This resource comes with a PowerPoint Slide Show, handouts for students, and keys and printing instructions for teachers. It covers the topic
6th - 12th, Higher Education
This product is in the Amusement Park Bundle This pack contains the following: numbers - 0-10 tally count - 0-10 dot count - 0-10 ten frame - 0-10 words - zero to ten Blank graphics for adding more numbers or creating additional projects. Matching black and white graphics for all of the above TOU
This resource provides 10 rigorous practice problems for 3rd grade students, created in PARCC format and modeled after the released sample test items. It could be used as a practice test; it could be used to model test-taking strategies; the problems could be cut apart and used as morning work over
This fun project is a series of Google Slides worksheets where students are confronted with the challenge of creating their very own theme park. Students practice the following skills:- Angles- Multiplication- Division- Fractions- And much more!This review takes an innovative approach to math and an

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