SOLVE IT! ZOO TRIP Math Logic Problems Using 100-number Board

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Who doesn’t like a ZOO TRIP, especially if the weather is good! Did you know that sharks get more than 8,000 teeth in their lifetime? Or that the giraffe has one of the shortest sleep cycles of all animals? In this 24-page packet, students will learn interesting facts about some ZOO animals as they try to find a solution to the question posed in the problem. They practice divisibility rules, identify prime and composite numbers, and review math vocabulary, and practice finding averages. The packet includes notes to the teacher, 7 different ZOO-related logic problems, and a key for the teacher. All problems use the 100-number board as an aid to finding a solution. All 7n problems are presented in two formats: Task Cards (ideal for individuals or Math Centers) and the original SOLVE IT! format of problem/100-number grid on one page. Use 1 page a day for a great opening activity or make them into a learning center! These problems are ideal for using as a preview activity or an extension activity if your class has a ZOO field trip. Students apply math skills, learn to recognize number patterns, and have fun in the process! Designed for middle grades 4-8
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SOLVE IT! ZOO TRIP Math Logic Problems Using 100-number Board
SOLVE IT! ZOO TRIP Math Logic Problems Using 100-number Board
SOLVE IT! ZOO TRIP Math Logic Problems Using 100-number Board
SOLVE IT! ZOO TRIP Math Logic Problems Using 100-number Board