A Math Multiplication Election 2016 - Common Core Aligned

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2nd, 3rd, 4th
Common Core Standards
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2.63 MB   |   26 total, 19 printables pages

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Do you need a fun way to incorporate the Presidential Election into math? Use "A Multiplication Election" to engage students while exploring multiplication patterns (3.OA.9). Students will choose a candidate (favorite multiplication factor) and promote the factor throughout the campaign. Plus, students will practice creating scaled bar graphs to represent the elections' data (3.MD.3)!

Multiplication Election:
1. Before Election
2. Selecting the Candidates
3. Campaign Committee
4. Presidential Speech
5. Candidate Slogans
6. Promoting your Candidate
7. Primary Election
8. Final Election

This resource includes:
-Setting the tone
-Multiplication table
-Multiplication pattern tree map
-Selecting the factor response sheet
-Presidential speech
-Campaign slogan recording sheet
-Note to parents explaining project
-Primary vote ballots
-Primary results graphing printable
-Final election ballots
-Final election results graphing printable
-I Voted! stickers
-#VOTE sign

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Total Pages
26 total, 19 printables
Answer Key
Does Not Apply
Teaching Duration
1 Week

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A Math Multiplication Election 2016 - Common Core Aligned
A Math Multiplication Election 2016 - Common Core Aligned
A Math Multiplication Election 2016 - Common Core Aligned
A Math Multiplication Election 2016 - Common Core Aligned