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With the help of the Area Officers and Perimeter Patrol, you learners will develop a better understanding of area and its relationship to perimeter. First, they view a video clip from Cyberchase, and then they visit a website to test their area and perimeter skills as they build cyberspace ships. After the computer game, they create paper models of their spaceships. How fun! The game link is old, so you must search the PBS website to find the game.
To practice addition to 10, learners use connecting cubes, make math picture dictionaries, engage in kinesthetic activities that demonstrate sums, make flashcards, and use calculators and computer games to practice skills. A lesson summary PowerPoint, and student work samples are included, some computer math games such as Carnival Countdown are suggested.
Discuss and share opinions on violent computer games. After reading an article, your class will discover the controversy surrounding online games. They analyze the suitability of computer games and write their own letters to a developer of an online game that has been labeled controversial.
Students write about different toys and games used by children at different stages of development. After reading an article, they identify the benefits and drawbacks of children's computer games and programs. In groups, they research a category of baby electronics and write an article reviewing the items.