Who says 100th Day of School celebrations are just for elementary? Your middle school math students will enjoy this no-prep project that lets them take a look at their first 100 days of school and use their own data to explore percentages. Use this project any time near the 100th day of school as a take home project, a math center, or even for a sub plan. All you need to do is print, copy, and provide access to a school calendar so that your students know which days they were in school.
There is a no-prep PDF as well as a fully editable version included in this purchase. So whether you need something quick and ready to go or you want to customize the project, wording, or scoring rubric for your class, this resource will be perfect!
Students also have an opportunity to reflect on their activities during the first 100 days of school and what the rest of their year might be like.
The math skills covered in this project are:
• Fraction, decimal, percent equality
• Representing percents and decimals using 100s grid
• Creating a percent bar graph
• Creating a pie chart
Included in this resource:
• PDF version (not editable)
• Editable version (You must have PowerPoint to edit!)
• Teacher Guide
• Scoring Rubric and answers for closed questions
Check out the preview to see everything included!
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