Quick five minute practice game to drive home the aspect of dividing in unit rates. Students are also forced to look at the units as multiple cards have the same rates but deal with different situations. Once shuffled, the beginning does not
What a wonderful way to lead into the chemistry unit or prepare for the test. These cards are flexible enough to fit any of your learning objectives. Print out a set and have it handy for the students that always seem to finish faster than the
Let students practice their adding and subtraction rules with this quick, five minute game. Students work in groups to complete a maze of problems. Checking their work is easy as matching the last question and the first answer.
Kick it up a notch with formulas and tables to compare unit rates. Help students define the idea of best, not always the most, in different situations. These cards are designed for groups of three or four and include answers at the top and the
Buy both of the snake games, Comparing Unit Rates and Table Unit Rates, and get a third for free. Use these review cards any time of the year to reinforce Module 1 from the Engage NY series. Each game lasts about five minutes.
As a warm up, a review tool, or even as an activity to break up a lengthy lesson, the Snake Game allows you to stay on task and have a little fun. Challenge the students to memorize vocabulary, formulas, or even math processes without spending a
This lesson plan helps connect language arts to the science curriculum. Students work on brainstorming, peer editing and persuasive essays to combine an object with multiple parts and a cell. The project can be used within a unit or as the