Students predict the number of two-color combinations that can be made from eight colors, determine the number of possible combinations, generalize the number of possible combinations, and determine whether or not order matters mathematically.
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New Review Ice Cream Booklet
On the days leading up to summer, use a booklet of practice skill sheets in the classroom. Beginner pupils should be able to master the skills they've learned in math and reading before they head home for the summer, like counting to 30,...
1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Cool Tools for Solving Word Problems
Fourth graders work out word problems. In this word problems instructional activity students listen to the book Math Curse by Jon Scienska and Lane Smith. They create a stack of ice cream scoops on a cone that show the steps for solving...
4th Visual & Performing Arts
You Scream, I Scream, We all Scream for Ice Cream!
Investigate pictographs in this math graphing lesson. Young learners color and cut out an ice cream cone that represents their favorite flavor. Students add their cone to the appropriate area on the pictograph. Students complete related...
K - 3rd Visual & Performing Arts