Student Math Reflection : Outside the Box Project
You have just discovered a hands-on project that is meant to allow students the chance to get to see just how much math they already know and how much math is ingrained into their day!
Not only is this enjoyable to make, but it is stunning to see displayed hanging from your ceiling or bulletin board.
Everything you need is included except the students and their amazing math knowledge!
Students will be doing activities that focus on:
-Daily Use of Math
When students have completed the 6 included circles, they turn those circles into cube! EVEN MORE MATH LEARNING! WAHOO!
I hope you will allow your students the opportunity to learn about themselves as mathematicians!
Here is what Ms. Combs, said about her experience: " I made your "Out of the Box Me as a Mathematician" this week with my 5th graders and they turned out fantastic!! The kids loved making them and I know the parents are enjoying them this weekend. Thank you for an awesome activity that is so meaningful."
Need more insight? Check out this blog post by Teaching Is a Gift for detailed information about how she used my geographic regions project with her class. It is very similar in format. Click HERE
to learn more!
You may also like my line of Dodecahedron Projects! These 12-sided projects teach mathematical thinking along with language arts and reading skills! Click HERE
to see all the current projects!
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