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Multiplying with Packages and Letters
Students explore multiplication. In this multiplication problem solving activity, students view a video clip which demonstrates loading a truck with packages. Students fill in a blank array to represent 1"X 2" and the multiples when increased by 10. Students solve similar problems to figure out how many packages would fit in the truck under different circumstances.
Junior Solar Sprint Series: Electrical Power
Through scientific inquiry, middle schoolers discover how to arrange solar cells in order to produce electricity. This activity is intended to prepare learners to be able to design and construct solar cars. As with other resources produced by School Power Naturally, this one provides extensive teacher information and a well-written laboratory worksheet.
Unequal Groups vs. Equal Groups
Third graders read and discuss math story problems and analyze if the story is using equal groups or unequal groups. They listen to the book "12 Ways To Get to 11," and simulate the story using beads on a pipe cleaner. Students then create equal groups of beads and draw a picture of equal groups.
Students search for even numbers. In this math lesson, students work with odd and even numbers in squares. Students share what they find.
Connecticut Wildlife: Biodiversity and Conservation Status of Our Vertebrate Populations
Young scholars explore the different types of vertebrates found in their area. For this environmental science lesson, students perform a case study on the Common Raven. They analyze data collected from research and create charts and graphs.
Forever in Our Memories
Students consider reactions to various plans for building on the grounds of the World Trade Center. They explore ideas and opinions that went into creating other memorials of events in American history and propose ideas for improving upon the existing
Unifix Flash Cards
Third graders will use the Unifix flash cards to build a model showing the relationship between repeated addition & multiplication and subtraction & division. Extensions and activities are included along with an assessment plan.
Indian Ocean Explored
Learners examine the rich array of marine wildlife that lives in waters surrounding the Indian subcontinent. They explore the relationships among organisms in coral reefs. They explore environmental dangers to coral reefs and research solutions.
Students study the effects of global warming on specific organisms. They research the possible problems global warming is causing.
Area: It's What's on the INSIDE That Counts!
Second graders participate in a series of hands-on, online and multimedia activities that examine the concept of area. They view clips from the animated series Math Monsters and discuss the purpose of area and how it is used in the real world.
Is There Water on Mars?
Students decide whether or not there is or has even been water on Mars. They analyze temperature and pressure data from the Pathfinder mission to Mars, and then they analyze images of Mars, interpreting the landforms they see and comparing them to landforms on Earth (canyons, guleys, etc.) made from the movement of water.
Running on Renewables
High schoolers determine the costs and benefits of converting or combining sustainable technology to their schools power production portfolio using software developed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. They watch a video, analyze data, and complete various worksheets.
Bag the Beans
Students are exposed to a wide array of concrete representations to help develop a foundation for the higher abstract ideas associated with mathematical inquiry. In this lesson, students will work with manipulatives (beans) to create and solve problems, some of which have more than one correct answer.
Students create a word web on the word "manga" through Internet research, which contains a vast array of information on the topic. They research and complete their word web, along with a classification chart, quiz, and crossword puzzle, they learn to respect the artistic value of manga and see their influence not only on Japanese society, but throughout the world.
Resources for Teaching Women Writers
Twelfth graders explore, discuss and experience a wide variety of texts from around the world written by women. They analyze the different genres covered and view a lot of unique point of views from different female perspectives. Topics to embrace include Islam, movements and an array of different cultures.
Divide by Five - Practice 10.6
Elementary schoolers use arrays to help find quotients, divide two-digits by one-digits, and solve word problems. They solve twenty-three problems.
Divide by Five homework 10.6
Use arrays, missing factors in multiplication facts, and division facts to find quotients and solve a word problem. Students solve fifteen problems.
Fifth graders apply math to real-world situations. In this mathematics instructional activity, 5th graders are read the book, "Math Curse," which discusses ways in which math is used each day. Students then write a sequel to the book in groups, brainstorming their own math problems that could be encountered. Students make both a rough draft and final copy of the class book.
Running on Renewables
Students use software to determine the costs and benefits of renewable energy. In this clean energy instructional activity, students find out the most cost-effective use for clean energy grant money. They use free Internet-based software to assist them with the instructional activity.
Adding Objects in Rectangular Arrays - Matching Worksheet
Each of these number sentences has a corresponding set of blocks, which will no doubt help your visual learners grasp multiple-addend addition. Learners examine the sentences and match them to their block representation. Consider also having them do this with math manipulatives, creating different designs and writing equations to match. All of these addends are single-digit, and there are five problems.