You Selected:

Keyword

Prices

Free

Other

#### All Resource Types

Students will plan a road trip to one of four different destinations. They will have to add and multiply decimals in order to calculate the cost of gas, meals, entertainment, souvenirs, and lodging. This product includes a "Task Packet" and a "Student Recording Sheet".
Subjects:
Types:
This is a fun extension project I’ve used with my 5th grade math students for several years. Over the course of a 6-week multiplication and division unit, my students would work on Road Trip after completing the lesson and activities for the day. It builds off multiplication and division concepts
Subjects:
Types:
Start your engines! Engage your students in a fun road trip while introducing them to the concept of rounding to the nearest ten! Activity packet includes all the printables you will need to get started: * 0-100 number line * Cars and gas pumps to use on the number line * Activity description &am
Subjects:
digital
A fun activity to use with your students after reading Ch. 9 of The Watsons Go to Birmingham. Students use math skills to calculate costs and map skills to plan a trip for their family to Birmingham while sticking to a strict budget. Students will learn and use research skills to plan a route, fin
Subjects:
Types:
Summer time means road trips (long and short) and vacations (near and far). Here is a lotto/bingo game for your kids to play in the car to keep them occupied! There are four boards so up to four players can play at one time. You can use this simple lotto/bingo game to get kids talking about other
Subjects:
Types:
This 10 question, multiple choice "show what you know" can be used as a pre-, post-, or formative assessment for lessons focusing on four reference resources: dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus and atlas.
School's out for summer! So who said we can't have fun on the next road trip and learn some Spanish at the same time? 1 to 4 players can play together while learning over 40 vocabulary words of commonly seen objects. This packet includes: 1. 4 bilingual playing card with catchy graphics 2.
Subjects:
Types:
This FREEBIE includes activities children can use while traveling over the summer or during holidays. Each activity provides an authentic opportunity to develop literacy skills while having fun and preserving memories.All pages include black-and-white images and can be copied as many times as is ap
Subjects:
Types:
I am an art teacher with a Masters in Instructional Media and developed Artist’s Road Trip lessons to include cover, map of country, lesson plan, examples, handouts, visuals, assessment rubric, National Core Arts Standards, and bonus coloring/poster pages. Art is for everyone and if you are an art,
Subjects:
digital
Road Trip Fun! You'll find 11 pages that may engage your child in looking out the window for particular items instead of looking at a video screen. Included are:General Hunting for itemsHunting in the MountainsHunting in the FarmlandHunting near the SeasideHunting for TransportationHunting in the
Subjects:
Types:
Unzip this file and load it to Google Earth to follow the Road Trip that is part of the Oregon Trail Road Trip Activity Pack found here: Oregon Trail Road TripThe tour is great for seeing the change in landscape as we move from east to west.The flight path takes the viewer over the key landmarks of
Subjects:
Practice three and four digit addition with this fun road trip math activity. Incorporate technology into your lesson by using Google Maps to help your students plan a road trip and record the mileage. This activity worked well with my enrichment second grade math class, and would also engage 3rd, 4
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
digital
Here is a freebie of zero through ten number posters with a road trip theme. Each poster includes a ten frame, domino, tally mark, number word, and actual number. Please leave feedback on this free resource!
Subjects:
Types:
In this project students will plan a two week road trip across the United States. They must plan who they are taking, what states they are going to, and the specific destinations that they want to visit. They must map out their trip and give descriptions of their imaginary vacation. Directions, proj
Subjects:
Types:
In this project, students will use what they know about maps, measurement, and calculating costs to plan a road trip across America. The project is intended to be self-guided. The document is editable if you wish to change anything or make it more/less step-by-step. Please rate and comment!
Subjects:
Types:
My 3rd grade students did a "road trip" around the world in 8 days. Every day we went to a new place in the United States. We explored Salem, Massachusetts,NYC, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, St. Louis, Missouri, San Antonio, Texas, the Grand Canyon, Hollywood, California, and Hawaii. Each day started
At the end of the year I like to give my students real world math activities- this comes as one of my favorites from childhood... helping plan a road trip. The lesson CAN be done in a week and be used in bits and pieces, but I have used it as a 2 week unit. The students loved working on the comp
Subjects:
I am an art teacher with a Masters in Instructional Media and developed Artist’s Road Trip lessons to include cover, map of country, lesson plan, examples, handouts, visuals, assessment rubric, National Core Arts Standards, and bonus coloring/poster pages. Art is for everyone and if you are an art,
Subjects:
This fun game makes a long drive much more bearable. I used this with my family on several road trips and my teens loved it. Items on the list vary from fun to challenging. Examples include: A sign written in a Foreign Language A person over the age of 5 wearing overalls Someone sleeping in anoth
Subjects:
Types:
Make your drive time fly with these Free Road Trip Games ! It's great for any holiday traveling or a vehicle themed classroom. Use this activity pack with your preschool, kindergarten, first grade, or second grade children. Free Road Trip Games is perfect for summer time travel, traveling homescho
Subjects:
Types:
Students will have to choose a car to take on a road trip with their friends then complete a series of questions relating to their trip. My students have done this project for the last three years and really enjoy it each year! Modifications can be made from year to year as gas, cars, and other cost
Subjects:
Types:
Students take an imaginary trip across America traveling to different physical features. They write about their trip on a post card and illustrate it with drawings or computer-generated images. This activity also incorporates use of directions because students need to include them in their descrip
Subjects:
Types:
A fun computer lab project for upper grade students. This project will allow you to assess their ability to use PowerPoint skills while also ensuring that the students are using proper writing strategies, math skills, and internet search skills.
Subjects: