Discover and compare theoretical probability to experimental probability in a side by side comparison with an experiment and guided questions. Then test for comprehension with three STAAR/ Common Core type Math questions on experimental probability.
Students will color the bases of each net or 3D figure. Once they are confident determining the bases, they will fill in the blanks to find a deeper understanding of volume, surface area, lateral surface area and what the bases represent and how
Kid will choose any recipe of their choice and explain why they picked it. They will list the ingredients in the table, scale them and then answer questions on the back. Good for the end of the year or Christmas party because you can invite the
18 complementary cards on left and 18 supplementary cards on right. Cut out cards and mix up, placing face down. Students will then pick up a card and keep it face up, then try to find its match like in the game memory. If they do not get a
Students will read a word problem and relate it to the equation, table and graph in slope-intercept form. They then answer a few questions about the data they collected. Students will be able to tie words, tables, graphs and equations together in
Student's will follow directions and create a poster of a flag pole, it's shadow and his/herself and shadow. They will then solve the Math problem and answer the questions. Common core 8th grade Math that goes along with Eureka Math Module 3
The table includes the figure, the volume formula for each and an example to go over with the students. I write in my own numbers and then make copies so I can change the numbers as I go along to scaffold.