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How Far Does a Frog Leap?
In this math instructional activity, students learn measurement skills as they construct origami frogs and calculate their leap spans. Students fill out tables and graphs with their results after recording their estimates.
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Frog Garden Party! Toads and Triangles in the Math Garden
It's frog party time! With frog banners, frog juice, and a triangle hunt, your garden party is sure to be both entertaining and educational. The instructional activity connects geometry, earth science, and delicious snacks to teach kids...
4th Math CCSS: Designed
Real-Life Problems: Distance, Length, and More
Math just got real! Scholars solve seven word problems dealing with life applications for multiplication, division, and subtraction. They show their work in a designated space, and must include units in their answers. Learners will work...
4th - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Everyday Problems with Decimals
Review word problems and decimals with a worksheet that features everyday problems for your students to solve. Six problems provide space for both work and the solution, reinforcing the importance of showing one's work in word problems....
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Initial Fraction Ideas Lesson 20: Overview
Whether you're measuring the ingredients for a recipe or splitting pizza between some friends, fractions are everywhere. Teach young mathematicians how to add fractions in order to solve real-world problems with this elementary math...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Lightest and Heaviest—Sorting Algorithms
How do computers sort data lists? Using eight unknown weights and a balance scale, groups determine the order of the weights from lightest to heaviest. A second activity provides the groups with other methods to order the weights. The...
3rd - 12th Math CCSS: Adaptable