Students explore length, width, and rectangular surface area. They make charcoal prints of their tennis shoes, create a rectangle around the sneaker print, record the length and width, and predict who the prints belong to.
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No Foot, No Horse
Why do horses wear shoes? Why do people wear shoes? Using worksheets, which are embedded in the plan, learners write descriptive paragraphs about their own shoes, classify a pile of shoes, and also engage in math games about the variety...
2nd - 4th Physical Education CCSS: Designed
Problem-Solving Application: Use Circle Graphs: Practice
In this circle graph worksheet, students use the information from the table that lists the number of students who wear a certain shoe style to draw a circle graph that shows the data as percents. Students answer the remaining questions...
5th - 6th Math
Problem Solving Application: Use a Circle Graph - Enrichment
In this graphing learning exercise, students make a circle graph using the information that is given in a chart. They graph information based on the fraction of shoe sales that is listed for 4 different types of shoes. They use the...
4th - 5th Math