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In this activity your students will enjoy building and flying mini-boomerangs; while at the same time learn about important math concepts. This activity can be used in elementary classes all the way up to advanced math classes. It is designed as the culminating activity in a series investigating ar
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This project allows students to choose a particular culture and research its food, commonly used ingredients and recipes. The final project will result in a cultural foods booklet that they can compile and bind. Students can work in pairs or alone.
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This area and perimeter project based learning unit will give your students the opportunity to design their dream bedroom while working on the skills of area, perimeter, surface area, scale, adding decimals and multiplication. This is the perfect PBL project for kids to practice using their math s
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Your students will certainly enjoy participating in this activity converting temperatures using different rooms in Santa's home at the North Pole as well as additional areas on Santa's property such as the garage and the state-of-the-art toy-making facility. Specifically, the students will utilize p
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Throughout this activity, students will be practicing solving division problems. Once they have completed each problem, the students will use the key to determine what shape each part of their pumpkin will be Finally, students will use this information to draw and color their pumpkin on the Pumpki
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You know how every year you get to the choose an operation word problems and you just groan? No matter what you try, those students STILL don't seem to understand! They add when they are supposed to multiply and subtract when they are supposed do add! Well, those groans will end with this bulleti
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Students will go on a treasure hunt in the classroom by following the directions on their "maps". Each step will have them measuring various classroom items like pencils, chairs, etc and making conversions using their "compass". Students find clues along the way that lead them to the treasure! M
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