Is the Whale the Biggest Thing there is? (Powers of Ten Project)
Use the book “Is a Blue Whale the Biggest Thing There is?” by Robert E. Wells as a reference for this activity.
The students should read the book first and then apply their math skills using these questions.
The activity focuses on large items and compares them to even larger items. The students then take the concepts from the book and apply them to these questions. These questions were created to reinforce and practice the use of Powers of Ten and Scientific Notation..
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