Students analyze number patterns specifically as it relates to multiplication. The position of the number in the pattern also relates to the specific multiplication fact. For example, I have the number pattern 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10. I need to figure
This is great to use to investigate the three types of pollution. Students can go and explore pollution in their own environments and capture pictures of the three types. They may either capture examples using a camera or student-created pictures.
Students will need to watch the YouTube video "The Girl Who Silenced the World in Six Minutes" to complete. This is perfect as an extension activity/project when discussing about pollution and conservation. Also, the activity/project can be used