Spreadsheet Teacher Resources

Find Spreadsheet educational ideas and activities

Showing 81 - 100 of 3,068 resources
Fourth graders prepare two spreadsheets each with an embedded line graph that displays data about the growth of the bitter rot fungus on apples and on petri dishes that were stored in the refrigerator and the classroom. They prepare a spreadsheet with an embedded bar graph that displays data that shows the length of the apple peeling of each student in the class.
Students surf the Web gathering information about graphs. The data collected is incorporated into a spreadsheet and graphs of varying nature generated to further enhance student understanding.
Fourth graders predict colors of M&Ms and collect data after opening the bag. They graph their data on a grid and draw conclusions about the color distribution and numbers of candies in bags. Theycreate a spreadsheet on the computer and enter their data.
Learners participate in a technology project. This lesson is a hands-on spreadsheet project where students are responsible for keeping track of their grades for class. The learners learn to enter data into a spreadsheet, create formulas to calculate the values, and constantly save and retrieve the information.
Eighth graders prepare for a field trip to Washington, DC by researching landmark, monument, or building in Washington. They use the information in small groups to design a multimedia presentation. They include a spreadsheet that shows the economics of the field trip to convince others that it is a worthwhile trip. They design a new American landmark.
Learners calculate how much it costs to buy a used car and finance it through a bank. They select a car from the newspaper, conduct Internet research on current auto loan interest information for four different states, and create a spreadsheet to organize the information.
Students analyze ACC basketball statistics. In this statistics lesson, students convert data collected in to decimals and fractions. They create a spreadsheet using their data and convert their answers to percent. This lesson is done during basketball season.
Students create a spreadsheet that they will use to plan a small party or outing. They calculate expenses and stay within a budget amount for their party.
Students ride bicycles or skateboards and determine their average speed. In this physics instructional activity, students travel to a park and are timed while riding bicycles or skateboards over a variety of courses. They complete an spreadsheet by entering formulas and making calculations.
Students use math skills and create a spreadsheet. In this statistics and computer skills lesson, students gather ACC basketball statistics, convert fractions to decimals and then percents. Students use the gathered information to create a spreadsheet, and analyze their data.
Define terminology related to a circle. Practice accuracy in measuring and then create a spreadsheet based on data collected from solving for parts of a circle. Groups can have fun analyzing their data as it relates to Pi.
Students create spreadsheets and manipulate data. They collect data, create appropriate graphs and use percentages to describe quantities. Students compare and contrast data. They use spreadsheets to generate a pie chart.
Seventh graders investigate fossils and how they are formed through viewing photographs of actual fossils on the World Wide Web; students create spreadsheets to display collected data, and create their own fossils.
Students brainstorm list of ten essential items they would want in event of being stranded in wilderness area, discuss supplies that would be needed for expedition to Antarctica, create spreadsheets, and discuss survival items that would be needed for emergency situation.
Students utilize a computer spreadsheet to record and analyze data. In this problem solving lesson, students compare their hand size to that of the principal. Students understand standard and nonstandard measurement.
Students perform photosynthesis experiments using Elodea and record their data using Google Docs. In this collaborative lab experiment lesson, students collect data individually, then record it on a common Google Doc/Spreadsheet. With the collected data, they can compare, contrast, analyze and synthesize information determining scientific conclusions about multiple observations and the results.
Students examine different parts of the computer and utilize the keyboard, mouse, printer drives, disks and CD's. They explore an Operating System which allows them to locate, open and close files and they are introduced to word processing and spreadsheets. They research the Internet and write a letter via E-mail.
Twelfth graders consider the dependence of the United States on foreign oil. In this global issues lesson plan, 12th graders conduct research to analyze United States dependency on foreign oil. Students use their findings to design spreadsheets and compose essays pertaining to the topic.
Students fill out an anonymous questionaire to explore whether they might have asthma. They then set up a spreadsheet to enter the data, decide on a definition of asthma, and figure out the prevalence of asthma. Pupils simulate what it feels like to have breathing problems like asthma by breathing through a straw at rest and while exercising.
Students conduct Internet research on two careers they are interested in pursuing, and convert the average yearly salary of each career into an hourly wage and record their findings in a spreadsheet. They also calculate their weekly gross and net pay for each career choice.