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
Finanacial Responsibility and Decision Making: Personal Information and Identity Theft
Elementary schoolers look into the very real, and scary, practice of identity theft. They discover the main techniques used by people who steal other people's identity. Learners produce an identity theft tip sheet and share their tips...
3rd - 5th Math
Mix it Up! Exploring the Commutative and Associative Properties of Addition
Examine commutative and associative properties with your class. They'll explore the relationships between addition and subtraction and investigate patterns as they solve addition problems. Links to an assessment and a table game are...
1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Designed