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Price slashed to celebrate over 800 followers! Thank you for your loyalty!Here is the next installment in my Circus Mirandus Novel Study (Covers Chapters 13-24 ONLY!!!!)
Please take the time to look over the preview so you can get a sense of what is included. Also, there is a stand alone extension activity included for a STEAM "build a cage-free zoo/exhibit informational text and 4th grade math standard for area and perimeter."
Apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in real world and mathematical problems. MANY OF THE PAGES ARE LOCKED AND DO NOT ALLOW FOR EDITNG AS THEY CONTAIN RESTRICTED GRAPHICS.This is an extension activity that you will find "for FREE" in my upcoming Chapters 13-24 Novel Study for Cassie Beasley's "Circus Mirandus." In this fun fifty page product, students will learn about the STEAM process by reading about an animal and filling in a questionaire and then working in their engineering team to create a cage free habitat/zoo (using area and perimeter for squares and rectangles) that will protect the chosen animal from predators and people. There are six animals covered: 1) Grizzly Bear; 2) Camel; 3) Gorilla; 4) Elephant; 5) Beaver; and 6) Tiger. There are also blank black and white trading cards that the students can fill in and additional color trading cards that allow students to do their own research, if they wish, to add more animals than the above six to their habitats/zoos.
Exact items included are:
CCSS Standards Page with quick explanation
of how to find area and perimeter in squares and rectangles
HOOK - The Task Page
The Social-Emotional Connection
STEAM Engineering Web/Graphic Organizer
Just for Fun! Filled in color animal trading cards
Just for Fun! Additional empty animal trading cards
Just for Fun! Black and white empty animal trading cards
Pictures of the process
Enjoy! Special Education - Peggy Simpson
In both powerpoint and pdf (many of the pages are "locked" and not editable due to restricted graphics).