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If you've ever felt like you were in fantasy land when you've taught scientific notation, you are not alone. In this whimsical 21st Century Math Project, a human will journey to two fictional cities Giantville (where all the numbers are enormous) and Tinytown (where all the numbers are microscopic).
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This is a project that the students can complete to show understanding of scientific notation. It comes with expectations, example, scoring rubric, and photos of completed projects.
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop
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Based on those matching sides squares, this is a fun activity to have students practice their knowledge of converting numbers from scientific notation form to standard form (and vice-versa). This skill is essential in the task of ordering and comparing rational and irrational numbers. Perfect for
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Space tourism is only a matter of time. Prepare your students of intergalactic travel with a little bit of scientific notation practice mixed in :-)In this 21st Century Math Project, you will be given a mapping to the Content Standards, an outline for how to implement the project, 3 different assign
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This is a fun and creative project for students to practice scientific notation while learning about the planets in our solar system. The project is in three parts: I. Students will use the NASA website (or the provided printouts from the website) to research four planets in our solar system. Th
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There are 20 different research topic tasks included for students to find information in standard form and then write the numbers in scientific notation. Topics include planets, countries, continents, and bodies of water.
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I started using choice boards last year and LOVE them! I never gave my students the opportunity to be creative in my classroom. For years, it was notes, homework, and repeat until the test. These choice boards give students the ability to express themselves within their particular learning style. I
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This project allows students to solidify the connection between large numbers and large exponents as the power on base 10. The step based project tells students exactly what to do. Before beginning the project, they must split a blank piece of paper into 5 sections. My students really enjoyed thi
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This is an activity for an 8th grade math class to practice writing numbers in scientific notation and comparing numbers in scientific notation using data from a McDonald's food menu (updated nutrition facts found on McDonalds.com). The students then write a story about their trip to McDonald's, who
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Project Based Learning with Math - Scientific Notation Board Game Project This project targets operations involving Scientific Notation. Students use a manila folder to create a wholly original game that incorporates evaluating and calculating problems with very large or very small numbers written
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In this project based scientific notation activity, students will pick ten places they would like to visit. Using Google maps, students will find the distance from their school to a dream destination. Students will write the distance in miles using scientific notation and then use this information t
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This mini project blends science research with math! Students pick a planet to research, rewrite the numbers in scientific notation, answer a few questions about their planet, and create a deliverable. Includes: --Instruction Sheet --Rubric --Research Sheet --Question Sheet
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Congratulations! You have won the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to journey into space for your family vacation. You have the opportunity to venture to any planet or galaxy in the universe as long as it is outside of our solar system. Search the internet to choose a destination for your vacation.
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8th grade menu/tic-tac-toe/choice board. Students choose 3 activities to enrich the concepts of exponents, scientific notation and algebraic linear equations.
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Students work to research and find the distances between sets of cities on Earth. You could have them choose places they've visited, lived, vacationed, or where they know someone lives (or just randomly choose!). They will research and write the distances in standard and scientific notation, and the
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The Spooky Scientific Notation Matching Activity allows students to review and show their understanding of solving multiple operation scientific notation problems. This activity allows students to demonstrate their understanding of solving scientific notation problems involving addition, subtractio
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Scientific Notation and Powers of Ten Project: The Noodle Jar This activity uses estimation, multiplication, powers of ten and scientific notation to find out how many noodles it will take to fill a jar. The activity looks at six different sizes of noodles. The students estimate and then calculate t
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Students will apply the rules of scientific notation to understand how scientific notation is used to express really small numbers. This activity includes 12 problems. For 6 problems students will write the number in standard form, and for the other 6 students will write the number in scientific n
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The following colorful activity has two pages: 1 full of 24 task cards where students must convert real world situations into scientific notation (both really tiny numbers and really big numbers). They have a recording sheet where they record their answers. On the recording sheet, they are instruc
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Allow your students to doodle their way to success while learning about STANDARD FORM & SCIENTIFIC NOTATION with this easy to follow graphic organizer.
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I love to close the school year in mathematics with a great activity for my students! The following activity is just that for the kids...! * Working with a partner, students create a model of the solar system on adding machine tape * Students convert into scientific notation the distanc
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Scientific Notation Project: What's Faster than a Speeding Cheetah The activity focuses on fast items and compares them to even faster items. The students then take the concepts from the book* and apply them to these questions. These questions were created to reinforce and practice the use of Powers
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This is a brief arts/crafts lesson I use during our scientific notation unit. To better show how scientific notation can be used, I have students convert astrometric data. Each student is given an assigned planet/celestial body. They then cut out the shape, and trace it on colored construction pape
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