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Looking for a creative way to test your students' skills on perimeter and area? In this project, students are told that they will be designing, planning, and constructing (there is a non-construction version as well!) a house for a project manager (you!). They have be given certain specifications
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18 colorful squares (15x15 cm) displaying photos and illustrations of the design process in designing a house. The students absolutely love programming the Beebot to travel from the photos that represent the various aspects of the engineering design process as they contemplate their own design, ma
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Students design a house using what they have learned in a unit on polygons, angle measures, tiling, and symmetry. Houses can be 2D or 3D as long as they include all of the required elements. A rubric is included along with a powerpoint that shows several past examples of 3D houses.
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I use the Power Point as a jumping off point for using our magazines to explore all kinds of things in Interior Design. The goal is to use the magazine as a tool, not just to flip the pages. This Power Point takes a day for use to go over, take notes, on, discuss the slides, and then introduce th
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In this highly engaging resource students will design a house using dice to determine what rooms will be included. Students will then determine the area of each room they design. They are give the option to use squares, rectangles, and triangles. ★WHAT'S INCLUDED:★ • directions and recording sheet
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This can be challenging and fun. Given the basic instructions, students are to design a house using their own various measurements and doing the calculations. As an instructor, you can make this as easy or as hard as you would like. Objective: To design a simple one story house using the specifie
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Start the year with this Harry Potter theme building activity; students work in 'houses' to design a house crest. Includes: - Information about each of the four houses (Gryffindor, Huffleuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin) - Templates for students to design - Bonus information on two additional houses in
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Students practice area and perimeter skills in this real life example of designing a house. Students will create a design for a home, make the blueprints for their house, then calculate the area and perimeter of each room.
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Engaging and Fun start of year activity. Purchase this product to start the year off with your students learning the basics of Design Thinking. This is a good way to introduce your students to the Design Thinking skills they will be using throughout the year. Students will learn how to work throug
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After discussing the layout and different rooms of a typical Roman house, students create their own version using this rubric and layout. They have requirements about the type of rooms they need and need to use an overall Roman layout, but have some choices about style and decoration. Students the
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Put your measurement skills to the test with this Design a House project. Use it for your next Project Based Assessment!!
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Students will design a house on graph paper. They will start by calculating the area of the lot (graph/grid paper). They will use the provided instructions to make their rooms and the furniture within it. Some of the items have certain specifications such as the bedroom must take up 1/3 of the grid
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Interested in teaching Design Thinking with your students. Attached is an instructional unit with ISTE standards embedded that teaches students about the design thinking process, helps them work cooperatively with others, and prepares them to build a digital design using Google Sketchup. Design th
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This is an amazing project - I have done with my students the last 3 years. It covers DOK levels 3-4.
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This practical maths task requires students (suitable for years 3-7) to apply their knowledge of area to a real life situation. Given guidelines and suggestions, they design a simple - complex house floor plan. the task is set at 2 levels - basic ("c" level of achievement, and a/b level) A simple ma
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Students design a house on graph paper and use this worksheet to log the perimeter and area
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If you’ve been watching TV or reading magazines, chances are you've seen a tiny house. These little homes are everywhere...and now, we're asking students to make their own 3D version! Build A Tiny House is a project based learning (PBL) activity that'll put the designing into the hands of the stu
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This is a collection of 17 no-prep math printables that are perfect for the end of year math activities. Let the students show you what they know and apply the skills they have learned throughout the year. You can find the 5th grade version of this resource here. This includes some similar resource
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*** This item goes along with my, "The Gingerbread Baby and Other Fairly Yummy Tales" Unit. My Favorite part of the classic tale, "The Gingerbread Baby," by Jan Brett, is the ending. "I'm the Gingerbread Baby, as happy as can be to be living in the house that Matti made for me." Let your studen
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Engage your students with this week-long STEM challenge. The Challenge: Homes all along the Atlantic and Gulf coast are susceptible to wind damage during a hurricane. Some hurricanes can top 150 mph. After the devastation of the last hurricane, home builders in the region have been forced to meet
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Whether you already do STEM / STEAM challenges in your classroom, or you're trying it for the first time, this fun and festive gingerbread challenge is a great way for kids to practice the design process, collaboration, and perseverance. It's also a great lesson to incorporate when teaching growth m
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As a kid, I loved "Hidden Picture" puzzles! This 4th grade geometry activity incorporates the fun of "hidden pictures" while also challenging students to think critically and creatively about lines, angles, and shapes. After designing a house using specific geometric elements, (quadrilaterals, acut
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Your students will fall in LOVE with this Valentine’s Day Math Pack! Everything from word problems to puzzles and games. This Valentine's Day Math pack is perfect for review, early finishers, small groups, centers and guest teachers! This Valentine's Day Math Pack for 3rd Grade is also part of
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A genre study packet with 9 different reading response activities that work with ANY fairy tale! Incorporate art and creativity into reading instruction. Also includes an anchor chart and fairy tale traits grid where student record stories they have read and check off their characteristics. Activi
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