The Culture Crook has stolen one of the Amendments to the Constitution!! The Learning League has taken the case! It’s up to you and the League to solve the clues by solving math problems and narrow down the missing amendment. This Math Adventure will keep your classroom explorers engaged and working hard on math skills, while learning some social studies!
Included in this Math Adventure:
-5 Amendment Fact Posters
-5 Amendment History Posters
-5 Google Slides with a total of 39 math problems
--------------->1st Amendment: Place Value
--------------->4th Amendment: Triple Digit Addition (Carrying)
--------------->13thAmendment: Triple Digit Subtraction (No Regrouping)
--------------->19th Amendment: Expanded, Word, Standard Form
--------------->22nd Amendment: Comparing Numbers
-Copy of 5 Google Slides for customization
-QR Code Posters
-Task Cards (Low-tech alternative to QR Codes & Google Slides)
Two tracks for this activity:
1. Use QR codes to access Google Slides in order to access math problems.
OR 2. Print task cards with math problems.
COMMON CORE STANDARDS:
2.NBT.A1, 2.NBT.A3, 2.NBT.A4, 2.NBT.B6, 2.NBT.B7
3.2A, 3.2D, 3.4A, 3.5A
This activity is low prep (just print booklets for each student, 5 posters, and 5 QR codes), and it takes students somewhere between 45 minutes and 90 minutes. The Writing Challenge is there for those early finishers!!
Make these problems more accessible or more challenging for your classroom by making your own Google Slides copy.
AWESOME PRODUCT FOR SEPTEMBER:
These skills are best practiced at the beginning of the year, and September 17 happens to be Constitution Day!!
GREAT FOR SUB PLANS!!
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