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This inquiry activity, or discovery lab, focuses on the similarities and differences between the volume formulas of cylinders, cones, and spheres.This resource includes:-Compare and contrast activity-Graphic organizer for formulas-Trial activity-Conclusions pageSupports 8th Grade CCSS 8.G.C.9You mig
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This is a hands-on activity to help students discover how to find the volume of regular and irregular rectangular prisms. You will need small cubes of some sort. You can use wood cubes, sugar cubes or some other type of cube. This resource includes: -Background Building Activity -A Discovery Acti
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This bundle includes -Discovery lesson for volume of cone and cylinder -Volume of Cylinder Task Cards(16), Mat and Graphic Organizer -Volume of Cone Task Cards(20), Mat and Graphic Organizer -Volume of Sphere Task Cards(16), Mat and Graphic Organizer -Area of a Circle MathO-Bingo Game I used t
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These clear, detailed and visually-appealing resources offer a complete reference point for children learning about people of discovery, including explorers, inventors and scientists. Included in this bundle are the following 11 knowledge organisers:Abel Tasman;Alexander Mackenzie;Amelia Earhart;Amy
There are many ideas for helping students visualize volumes of solids by revolution, but seniors love to play with Play-Doh‼ This resource includes how to use Play-Doh to discover the formulas for Volumes of Revolution by Disks and Washers as well as how I incorporate the discovery in my lesson and
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Guide students to discover the concepts on their own! Little instruction required. Students do the work. Leads to retention, not repetition.Includes: Finding circumference and arc length of circles, areas of circles and sectors, area of regular polygons, volume of prisms, cylinders, pyramids, volume
This is a great activity to pique your students curiosity about how volume of different figures were derived.In this activity, the students will be given different figures and set of questions according to the figure in each slide. Students need to answer every questions on the slides.This activity
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6th - 7th
Guide students to discover the concepts on their own! Little instruction required. Students do the work. Leads to retention, not repetition.Students will create the formula for volume of a pyramid. (Suggestion: Have figures of equivalent volume in the front of the room for students to view. May want
Guide students to discover the concepts on their own! Little instruction required. Students do the work. Leads to retention, not repetition.Students will discover the formula for lateral surface area and volume of a cone. Also included is composite solids based on real-life situations.
Guide students to discover the concepts on their own! Little instruction required. Students do the work. Leads to retention, not repetition.Students find the volume of prisms and cylinders. Also apply formulas to real-world problems.
Students will use their formula chart to think, pair, share the first 2 examples. The students will then think about how to solve the tennis ball problem.
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Surface Area, Volume and Area Bundle- Engaging activities to reach all learners. CCS: 6.G.1, 6.G.4This product includes 4 top rated geometry products. I have used all of these products in my own classroom, and the students have been engaged and interested! Please note that they can be purchased ind
STEM Challenges can help students understand volume! These three STEM challenges will have your students comparing containers, using scoops to estimate, and designing a container for a specified amount of materials. Please note: This package contains three challenges. Each may be purchased separatel
This hands-on cooperative activity is a great way to introduce parts of a circle. How can I use this product?Using simple paper clips, partners work together and discover the ratios between radius, circumference, and diameter by seeing patterns. Fun, creative activity that also encourages teamwork
Science JournalVolume 6 of 9You can get the growing bundle of all 9 science journal volumes hereThe bundle of all 9 Science Journals can be found hereThese science journal activities have different daily interactive independent activities that promote critical thinking, problem solving, STEM/STEAM/S
Science JournalVolume 7 of 9You can get the growing bundle of all 9 science journal volumes hereThe bundle of all 9 Science Journals can be found hereThese science journal activities have different daily interactive independent activities that promote critical thinking, problem solving, STEM/STEAM/S
Explore volume with hands-on center or station activities!These volume stations will allow your students to explore volume concepts and begin to discover the formula for volume of rectangular prisms on their own. Students will create rectangular prisms using snap cubes and use them to determine the
Science JournalVolume 4 of 9These science journal activities have different daily interactive independent activities that promote critical thinking, problem solving, STEM/STEAM/STREAM application, and WRITING during your science time!Each page contains a short “mini-lesson” of the skill being used,
This collection of games, activities, and more is the perfect addition to the math classroom to help introduce and practice the formulas for volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres. Includes a discovery lab/inquiry activity, foldable notes, and various practice activities and games. Includes whole c
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Science JournalVolume 5 of 9The bundle of all 9 Science Journals can be found hereThese science journal activities have different daily interactive independent activities that promote critical thinking, problem solving, STEM/STEAM/STREAM application, and WRITING during your science time!Each page co
One of the topics that is difficult for students to grasp is finding the volume of a solid with a known cross section. One reason is that students have difficulty with this topic is that they have difficulty drawing the solid. In this activity the students get to build eight different "solids.”This
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10th - 12th, Higher Education

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Science JournalVolume 9 of 9You can get the growing bundle of all 9 science journal volumes hereThe bundle of all 9 Science Journals can be found hereThese science journal activities have different daily interactive independent activities that promote critical thinking, problem solving, STEM/STEAM/S
Science JournalVolume 8 of 9You can get the growing bundle of all 9 science journal volumes hereThe bundle of all 9 Science Journals can be found hereThese science journal activities have different daily interactive independent activities that promote critical thinking, problem solving, STEM/STEAM/S
Help students to experiment and discover volume formulas of 3D solids with this hands-on lab activity. Through a series of 5 discovery labs, students create 3D figures, hypothesize, and experiment with rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres. They see how the

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