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It's All in the Measurements
Study customary measurements with your sixth graders. They will investigate linear and capacity measurements to then measure and convert linear and capacity units. Finally they will work in small groups to conduct experiments. Resources are provided.
6th Math 42 Views 299 Downloads
Can You Measure Up?
Here is a well-designed lesson on common standards of measurement for your young mathematicians. In it, learners calculate measurements in standard and non-standard units. They make predictions, record data, and construct and design graphs to show their results.
2nd - 3rd Math 47 Views 141 Downloads
Free Fall Lab: Reaction Time and Hang TIme
Three activities are lined up to give physicists experience with reaction and hang times. They catch a falling meter stick by sight and by sound. They also jump and use the distance to calculate hang time. In a final practice problem, learners calculate the hang time of a Chicago Bears' defensive lineman given his weight and vertical jump height.
9th - 12th Science 9 Views 20 Downloads
Represent Quantities of Time by Using Diagrams
Learn how to represent quantities of time using measurement scales in a diagram. Emphasizing essential concepts of time, the lesson covers the colloquial terms quarter after, half past, and quarter till and their corresponding times, as well as reviewing the number of minutes in an hour.
9 mins 3rd - 5th Math 3 Views 1 Download CCSS: Designed
Roller Coaster! Measuring Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, and Lost Energy
While building rollercoaster tracks for marbles is definitely age-appropriate for middle schoolers, the calculations on the lab sheets for this lesson plan are above most of them. Physics fledglings measure the potential energy at the beginning of a track, the kinetic energy at its end, and the amount lost to friction along the way.
6th - 12th Science 168 Views 125 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The Business Cycle and Important Economic Measures
Help your class understand the natural cycle of growth and decline in an economy, and the importance of GDP, the unemployment rate, and inflation. Your learners will begin with reading, worksheets, and detailed direct instruction on these topics.
10th - 12th Social Studies & History 40 Views 27 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Jack and the Beanstalk: Measurement Ideas
Have fun with Jack and his beanstalk! Primary learners will practice skills at various activity centers, including: weight measurement, money, art, nonstandard length measurement, problem solving, music, reading, and writing. Every activity ties into the story.
K - 1st Language Arts 25 Views 131 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Time Zone Challenge: Applying Add/Subt. Integers to Time Zones
A short video can be shown to your class to explain time zones. (A free subscription to the teachers' website is required to access the video.) Pairs of workers use a time zone map to solve six scenarios on a worksheet.
6th - 8th Math 24 Views 13 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Conduct guided experiments and discussions while collecting anthropometric measurements. Your class will explore impact of experimental errors in a scientific system, and explain their observations/findings in writing. An introduction to Bertillonage is included along with resources and links.
6th - 11th Science 20 Views 105 Downloads
Measure a Tree
Young mathematicians explore data collection and mathematical problem solving. They will work in cooperative groups to determine the height of a tree by measuring several predetermined distances on the ground. They will use the data collected to set up mathematical ratio problems and calculate the height of the tree.
5th - 8th Math 15 Views 61 Downloads
Angles and Turns
Junior geometers investigate the concepts of angles and turns using straws to perform a hands on activity. This is helpful for kinesthetic learners who have a hard time with mathematics. The instructional activity includes the dialogue to be used during direct instruction.
4th - 7th Math 13 Views 118 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
What's the Time? #2
Challenge your class's time-telling skills with fifteen analog clocks, all with blank faces. They write the hands in the correct places, all with times to the nearest five minutes. An easy way to extend this assignment would be a group activity - have kids come up with their own times, and help their partners write the hands.
1st - 3rd Math 5 Views 5 Downloads
It won't take young mathematicians long to learn how to measure length with this fun, hands-on activity. Working in pairs, children use Unifix® or snap cubes to measure and record the lengths of different classroom objects. To extend the activity for early finishers, consider providing a series of questions asking them to compare the lengths they recorded, or have them measure the objects again using a different manipulative.
K - 2nd Math 12 Views 12 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Break out the balances for this primary grade lesson on weight measurement. Using common elementary school manipulatives like unifix or snap cubes, young mathematicians determine the weight of four different classroom objects. A graphic organizer is provided for recording results, with children drawing a picture of the object and writing down the weight they measured.
Pre-K - 1st Math 4 Views 4 Downloads CCSS: Designed
What measurements are shown on these rulers? Learners read eight rulers and record the indicated lengths in centimeters. There are no fraction answers. Remind kids to write the units into the measurements. Extend this by assigning scholars one of the worksheet measurements and giving them each a ruler.
2nd - 3rd Math 8 Views 39 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Intercepting Villans Using the Correct Rate
A Cyberchase video introduces the distance = rate x time equation. Participants then calculate answers to proposed problems and graph a series of results that is then incorporated into a game to help cement the concept. A thorough and engaging plan!
4th - 8th Math 5 Views 80 Downloads
GDP: Does It Measure Up?
Here is resource that offers a very clear explanation for how economists measure economic growth by comparing real GDP over time. There is also an additional activity that details the expenditure method and four components for calculating GDP.
10th - 12th Social Studies & History 32 Views 26 Downloads CCSS: Designed