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Students explore the math they are learning in the classroom with their families. In this math workshop lesson, participants learn about the types of mathematics being taught in the classroom. These workshops provide opportunities to strengthen the family/school connection.
Some outstanding lessons on mathematics and cooking are here for you. These fine lessons are designed for K-3, 3 -5, and 6 -8 learners, and have everything you need to successfully implement the lessons. There are fantastic worksheets and lab sheets embedded in the plans, and terrific hands-on activities throughout. These are lessons I would've used, for sure. Highly recommended!
Students challenge their math knowledge through a series of lessons designed to engage critical thinking and reasoning skills. In these problem solving lessons, students work with the Pythagorean Theorem, time zones in different regions of the world, proportional reasoning, and averages.
Students explore number sense by participating in a calendar and counting activity. In this time keeping lesson, students examine calendars in class, identify the days in a month and identify exactly what day it is. Students practice using the letter "T" in sentences and complete study questions about dates and times.
Pupils research how engineers and scientists generate linear and angular measurements with geometry to survey the Earth and Mars. They assess how geometric shapes affect navigation. A surveyor comes to the classroom and explains how he surveys locations to describe the techniques he uses to show how geometry and math are used in surveying.
Students investigate people, places and environments. Using the internet, students gather information about the country and culture that they visit. Students use Classport technology to collaborate and communicate with students on a global race. Students write postcards explaining their trip.
Study proverbs by reading When Turtle Grew Feathers. After frontloading and reading the story, go through the reading comprehension questions listed. Drawing, poetry, vocabulary, and math activities are included to extend the activity across curricula. Practice story analysis with your young readers.
Students use principles of geometry to measure the circumference of the Earth. In this applied geometry activity, students use mathematics to determine scientific information. They make measurements, calculate the central angle, and use significant digits to find the circumference of Earth.
Sixth graders explore the concept of conservation. In this interdisciplinary instructional activity, 6th graders collaborate to plan, prepare, and conduct interviews with staff at historical preservation sites. Students video record the interview and present it to their classmates.
Students observe termite trail-following behavior. In this termite trails instructional activity, students draw a circle or other shape approximately eight inches across with a ball point pen. Teacher taps out termites into the circle and request that students make notes on its movements. Termites will follow the line.
Here is a fabulous collection of lessons for your emerging meteorologists! In them, learners will utilize satellite data to determine distribution of rainfall, research global rainfall patterns, and utilize their knowledge to propose new instruments and satellite missions that can help us understand the changes in the earth's climate. Some fantastic worksheets, weblinks, and other educational resources are embedded in an incredibly detailed and exciting lesson plan.