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A great end of year, seasonal game that still has educational merit. Suitable for all ages. This game is available in a 5 for 3 bundle. It is a game designed to explore probabilities, and how they change as time goes on. But can also be played just for fun as a way to develop strategic thinking.
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This 11 slide Math Activ Studio flipchart teaches students to read and use pictographs to compare information.This lesson is aligned with the Houghton Mifflin Math Series, 4.2 - 1st grade, but can be used for a variety of grade levels. This lesson begins with the “Problem of the Day” in which stude
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Dr. Sigma's Life Lessons are short math warmups that involve everyday tasks that students will need to understand as they grow up and become responsible citizens. Life Lessons - Vacation Expenses - Themeparks contains 16 warmup sheets for students that involve calculating the real life expenses asso
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We all know students are drawn to technology! This fun resource will allow your students to practice <, >, = independently on Google Slides. This is a perfect way to engage your students, assess their understanding and do it all PAPERLESS! If you school is going 1:1, this will be a perfect
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Teaching Chance and Data in Year 2, 3, 4 (Australian Curriculum) and want an activity that helps students see that some outcomes are based on the outcome of something else? This activity asks students to draw a situation that might happen (such as playing on a swing) and then draw what would need t
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This resource file contains posters on the language used when discussing chance and probability. They could be used for a display to help pupils focus and what the chances or possibility there is of something happening eg. “What is the chance of it raining today?” or “What is the possibility of the
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This is an activity for a group of 4 students. Students are given a constant rate of change of rain and are asked how many hours would they be willing to wait to cross the river. This problem included the concept of the y-intercept as the starting height of the water and the slope as the rain rat
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Use these guided notes to help introduce percents to your students! Students will learn to represent percents on a number line, grid, and other ways!
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