This STEM project with a math emphasis is great for middle school students to review ratios, rates, percents, and percent bar graphs! Use anytime, but especially during Spring and Easter time, this math mini project is a great way to bring some fun and real-world application into your middle school math classroom.
Students will plan a garden using realistic data researched from planting almanacs to decide where to plant tomatos, carrots, lettuce, and other veggies. Once students design their garden, they will use it to determine ratios and percentages based on the information.
This project is easy to differentiate for your students to make it more or less challenging. Take a look at the preview to see everything included!
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