This project allows students the opportunity to experience how fractions are used in real life. Multiplying fractions, converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and reducing fractions to simplest form are the skills practiced. Rubric is
Jake’s mom wanted to bake his soccer team her banana nut bread muffins to eat before their early morning soccer game. Her recipe only makes 8 muffins and there were 24 teammates, so she was going to have to multiply her fractions in order to make
This is a great activity for students to discover why multiplying and simplifying fractions is important and how we use them in real life situations. Cassie was making her grandma’s famous blueberry muffin recipe for her class’s Fraction Feast!
You are planning your upcoming birthday party. Your parents have agreed that you may invite five friends and that they will give you $120.00 to buy everything that you need. You must stay within $5.00 of your budget, without going
This fun, hands-on math project allows students the opportunity to show what they know about their geometric math terms. They are to research U.S. interstates, famous landmarks, and rivers to display the different geometric terms they have learned.
Students will create a shoe box to collect all of their Valentine's cards. They must decorate the box using place value, multiplying, dividing, factors, adding and subtracting standards that have been taught. A rubric is attached!
This is a great partner activity to practice measurement conversions of millimeters to centimeters Students use measuring tapes to measure each other's arms, waist, head, and height. They will compare their findings!