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This Measuring Length Activity is a hands-on, math and science integrated LAB, which takes students through the scientific method to measure the length of two different types of gummy worms in customary and metric units to see which type of candy worm stretches the greatest amount overall! This is

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I am extremely enthusiastic in sharing my Activity with Teachers Pay Teachers entitled 'Functions and Relations!"
* This activity was exclusively written by yours truly!
* The activity is an opportunity for students to reinforce and apply newly learned information using a fun, yet practic

This is a great lab for students to discover the value of patterns in our wonderful world of mathematics!
* In the lesson, students discover the relationship between fractions and decimals.
* Students learn the meaning of the terms "terminating" and "repeating" relative to decimals.
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I am very pleased and excited to share my math lab on Texting While Walking.
* Teachers will surely find that the lab is useful in reinforcing lessons on fractions, ratios, percents, and decimals, while at the same time, students learn safety in texting habits.
*. As the lesson begins

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I am very pleased to share my presentation on Famous Women in Mathematics! The lesson complements the March celebration and recognition of "WOMEN IN HISTORY MONTH", and I am eager to simply honor the strength of women and the drive they have had to exhibit in the direction of our beautiful discipli

This is a math lab to teaches about the skeletal system. Students first solve a math problem about how many bones are in both hands. Then they use that data to predict how many bones are in the human body. There is a short article with pictures and facts about the human skeletal system to prove that

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Just in time for Martin Luther King Jr. Day! The third Monday in January, we recognize and honor the life and accomplishments of an amazing man. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. become a powerful orator and leader during the American Civil Rights movement. In this Math lab, students explore 23 different

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This is a great reinforcement for students who are studying the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 triangles and the relationships among the legs and hypotenuse. Students will use their skills in radical manipulations and rationalizing the denominators. The puzzle is an assembly of a square and various 45-45-9

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Snowman Fine Motor Printable Tongs Labs for Therapy or Classroom Center Time. Designed by an occupational therapist with 19 years public school experience- Jan McCleskey, MA, OTR from The Handwriting Clinic/FirstStrokes. The tongs labs address core math standards for early childhood through Kinderga

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Math Centers
This 6-pack of meaningful math centers will fit nicely into your guided math/math workshop
rotations. These math centers are easy-prep -- no cards or small pieces to laminate. All the centers
are designed to work in plastic page protectors, and students can fill in their responses in

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Pizza Pie + Pi Day + Students = Pizza Math Lab
This is a fun activity where students solve for circumference and area of circles using pi (3.14) and various size pizza pies. The lab has pictures of pizzas with different diameters and cut into slices. Problem solving skills are used when students mu

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In this math lab, students will be practicing multiplication with fractions and mixed numbers. There are interactive questions that walk students through creating visual representations of multiplying fractions, word problems, and simple fact practice.
Answer key is included
This math lab can wor

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Many students these days have not had enough experience building math concepts using hands-on manipulatives. These labs (16 four-page labs in all--plus a few extra) guide students to explore the main concepts of Common Core Math 8 in a fun and engaging interactive way. My students really enjoy worki

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This lab is to practice Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Outliers, MAD, box plots, line plots, histograms and reasons why to use/which measure of center is most appropriate.
Students stack Oreo cookies in pairs and the stats fun begins!
Fun! Fun! Fun!
FYI: Parents donated the cookies.

Eratosthenes was a brilliant and well-known mathematician in history.
* He devised the sieve analogy that he was able to use to separate prime numbers from composite numbers.
^ The importance of prime numbers is discussed as being the foundation all of natural numbers, and an explanatio

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This file contains problems for students based on a basketball court. Students will solve problems involving perimeter, circumference, area and conversions of measurements between the metric system and the English or Imperials system (inches, feet, etc.). The conversions will give the students pra

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Eratosthenes, a brilliant mathematician in history, devised the sieve analogy that he used to separate prime numbers from composite numbers. The importance of prime numbers is discussed as being the foundation all of natural numbers. Some interesting background on prime numbers is provided for st

A collage of a circle and a square is presented; diagonals are inserted. A chart below the figures is given for students to fill in the measurements of each segment and/or circumference based on one given value. Let me add, the puzzle is quite a challenge, but can be a rewarding activity to compl

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'Tis the season! Time for baking, time for celebrating! In this holiday Math lab, students explore 15 different word problems about holiday baking. In the packet, Suzanne and Ali are baking cookies and frying latkes. In the process, they explore the following Math concepts:
* multi-digit multip

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Ratios, Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Reducing Fractions, Mean, Median, Mode, Line Plot, Circle Graph
This activity has it all! Students bring in a bag of candy containing individual pieces (different colors), collect and analyze data, and then graph their results.
This goes well with Survey Ass

This is a super-sweet math lab to do with your students for Valentine's Day! All you need is candy hearts to complete this lab. Because I know there are a lot of different brands of candy hearts out there, I made this as generic as possible to best fit whatever you can find on sale.
The lab incl

Math Centers
This 6-pack of meaningful math centers will fit nicely into your guided math/math workshop
rotations. These math centers are easy-prep -- no cards or small pieces to laminate. All the centers
are designed to work in plastic page protectors, and students can fill in their responses in

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In this activity students will create a mathematical (graphing) model of the lunar phases. They will use metric measurement skills to determine percentage representation of moon phases and develop a graph of the lunar phase. Then they will analyze the graph to make predictions.
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This is an awesome math lab. It not only allows students to experience some of the really neat features of their TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculator, but also allows students to:
-practice scatterplots
-formulate a prediction equation
-determine a line of best fit (linear regression)
-write the equa

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