Students answer the question of how does climate change affect ocean ecology? Students explore a wide ranging effects of climate change through this online lab simulation. Lesson plan includes teacher notes, activity worksheets, and discussion questions.
Students often wonder how two things so different can end up being the same, in this lesson students will be exploring the relevance and how to determine if fractions are equivalent through a variety of ways.
What better way to get to know your students than with a 1:1 interview. Today you will interview each student on their knowledge of triangles and their ability to separate them from other shapes.
Children need to understand why the mathematical properties work and how they are applied. In this lesson, we explore modeling and "proving" the associative property. In this lesson, we explore modeling and "proving" the associative property.
What makes a question a statistical question? Students learn about statistical and non-statistical questions and then use that knowledge to brainstorm survey questions for their classmates.
Students learn about statistics and the process of doing statistics as an introduction to the 100 Students Project they will conduct about themselves and their classmates.
This lesson is More or Less a great lesson! Engage students in finding 10 more and 10 less than a number using these fun activities. Includes an eSpark video on place value, detailed lesson plan, copy of a hundreds chart, and practice worksheet.
Students explore cube nets in an effort to understand what properties are common to all nets that form a cube. Students work hands-on with nets and are then pushed to use their experience to visually determine whether other nets will form a given figures.