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Design a Drive-Through Zoo: End of Year Math Project PBL - Distance Learning

Grade Levels
5th - 8th
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Pages
9 pages
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About this resource:

Your students are ready for this STEM challenge! They will design a zoo that people can drive through, and it must include 12 different kinds of lines, angles and shapes. Students will love to choose their 5 featured animals, then research each animals' space, safety and vegetation requirements. They will create a map of their zoo, then an advertisement to announce its opening. Last, students will present their zoo using a script that helps with grading criteria.

What's included?

  • Google Slides™ version
  • yes/no point rubric
  • project organized by 5 separate tasks
  • graphic organizers
  • sentence frames for scaffolding
  • color and black and white versions

Standards alignment:

  • TEKS 7.11C
  • CCSS 7.G.B.5

Works Great As:

- Distance Learning

- Sub Plans

- Centers or Stations

- Homework

- Independent Practice

- Early Finisher Activity

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Total Pages
9 pages
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Use facts about supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles in a multi-step problem to write and solve simple equations for an unknown angle in a figure.

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