In this dominoes math worksheet, 4th graders, working in pairs, participate in a game of dominoes math. Students calculate how to fill all of the domino spaces of their game boards.
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Build a Cardboard Bridge That Can Hold Potatoes
Students identify the characteristics of a bridge and build with junk materials. In this bridge building lesson, students use cereal boxes, paper towel or toilet paper tubes and tape to create their bridges. Bridges must be a certain...
2nd - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
Number and Operations: Primes, Composites and Common Factors
Incorporate riddles into your math lesson by having students make tree factors and determine if the number is a prime or composite. They will also use other clues to find the answer to the riddle while sharpening their multiplication...
4th - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Is London Bridge Really Going to Fall Down?
Young scholars discover what forces work together to hold up a suspension bridge. They see various bridges around the world, and learn the basic principles that enable each bridge to support itself. Groups design their own bridge,...
4th - 5th Technology & Engineering