Teach your students the election process and a bit of history as you challenge them with various math tasks.
Stimulate students mathematically by adding a new twist to the daily math grind! These rotation cards can be printed, laminated and used year after year. Use with one student, a group or the whole class. 8 task cards covering basic math concepts are included as well as suggested websites that can be incorporated as desired. Also included is an answer document and answer key.
These task cards are designed to be used with ADVANCED 2nd & 3rd graders, AVERAGE 4th graders and mathematically CHALLENGED 5th graders. Samples of easy and more challenging questions follow. I use them with my GT 1st and 2nd graders. Be sure to read the example questions below to see if these are right for your needs.
* 9 pages
* 8 task cards
* 1 answer document and key
* 1 poster documenting the election process
* Homework Packet
* Math Journals
* Morning Work
?* Math Night
* RtI (Response to Intervention)
* Work Stations
* even & odd numbers
* expanded notation
* place value
* Example of Less Challenging Problem
In November, the public gets an opportunity to cast their vote for who they think should be president. This is called the ? “Popular Vote”. In 2008, President Barack ?Obama had 69,449,428 popular votes. How is ?this number written in words?
** Example of More Challenging Problem
Snowman Sam, Pigtail Polly, Flag Waving Wanda and Hat Wearing ?Harry ran for class president. Snowman Sam came in behind Flag ? Waving Wanda but one spot ahead of Hat Wearing Harry. Pigtail Polly did not come in second. In what order did the classmates? place in the election?