-Try it! problem to help determine small groups with challenge problem for early finishers
- 10 problems that include inserting parenthesis to make the expression true, true/false equations and work backwards problems.
In this activity students will learn how to create an electromagnet. Students will be able to test different amount of coils to determine the effect on the strength of the magnet. You can use this activity during an energy or electricity
In groups students will use a bag of skittles to share with their class the amount. Students can then create a graph to document the class data (bar graph, line graph, coordinate grid). Students will then use the information to make an estimation