Amazing Circle Number 11
In this math worksheet, students use a cut out of a circle. They fold the circle to create an equilateral triangle. They compare the areas of their triangles to that of the large triangle.
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Rational Number Project: Initial Fraction Ideas
Deepen the fractional number sense of young learners with this introductory lesson on equivalent fractions. After completing a short warm-up activity, children go on to work in pairs using fraction circles to complete a table of...
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Put pi to work. The video provides the formulas for the circumference and area of circles. Using the formulas, the presenter shows how to distinguish the two using units. The discussion leads to the second formula for finding the...
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