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## Is It Possible

Subjects: Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Positive & Negative Numbers, Estimation & Rounding, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis and 11 additional..
In this activity, learners will decide together on a question about how far, long or high the group could reach together. For yo...
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## Mathematics Common Core Unpacked: Grade One

Subjects: Mathematics, Professional Development
This document provides descriptions and examples of what each Mathematics Common Core standard means a Grade One student will kn...
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## I Spy Shapes

Subjects: Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Science, Angles & Pythagorean Theorem, Measurement & Geometry and 5 additional..
In this activity students ask yes-or-no questions to identify an object based on its geometric shape. Players can not ask if it ...
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## Make Five

Subjects: Multiplication & Division, Mathematics, Addition & Subtraction, Number Sense
This game gives students a chance to practice multiplication, addition, and subtraction skills by combining Bingo and math table...
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## Measurement Centers

Subjects: English-Language Arts, Area & Volume, Measurement & Geometry, Mathematics and 2 additional..
During a center-based activity, groups of students will rotate around the classroom practicing non-standard unit of measurement ...
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## Height Museum

Subjects: Measurement & Geometry, Mathematics, Measurement & Tools, Education, Child Development & Family Services and 3 additional..
In this activity, children use strips of paper cut to their height to make comparisons. They are asked to make predictions such ...
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## Count Around

Subjects: Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Positive & Negative Numbers, Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis and 7 additional..
Learners explore their surroundings while reasoning about categories and counting. Pose a question that involves locating items ...
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## Give the Dog a Bone

Subjects: Positive & Negative Numbers, Estimation & Rounding, Mathematics, Education, Child Development & Family Services and 3 additional..
Students will work in a square number grid of 1 to 100 and learn number patterns and sequencing. Ten bones are hidden in the squ...
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## Begin With Buttons

Subjects: Positive & Negative Numbers, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Mathematics, Education, Child Development & Family Services and 10 additional..
In this 8-lesson unit students use buttons to explore logical and numerical relationships that form the conceptual basis for und...
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## Build a Bridge

Subjects: Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Information Technology, Current Science, Coordinate Systems & Graphing and 14 additional..
In this activity, learners use recycled materials to build a bridge that holds as many potatoes as possible. They investigate we...
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## A Measurement Hunt

Subjects: Measurement & Geometry, Mathematics, Measurement & Tools
In this activity, students hunt around the classroom to find objects of various nonstandard measurements to enhance their estima...
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## Inchworm Measurement

Subjects: Measurement & Geometry, Mathematics, Measurement & Tools, Professional Development
In this activity, students are introduced to the concept of measuring length. Students estimate and then use inchworm measuring ...
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## Check the Clock

Subjects: Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Mathematics, Addition & Subtraction and 8 additional..
How long until we can go outside? When is snack? This activity shows how you can slip time-telling and time management into what...
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## How Big is a Foot?

Subjects: Measurement & Geometry, Mathematics, Measurement & Tools, Professional Development
In this activity, students are introduced to measurement by outlining their feet on construction paper, cutting out the outline,...
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## Filling the Time

Subjects: Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Positive & Negative Numbers, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Mathematics and 14 additional..
Build time sense into the schedule by asking learners to predict what can happen in a certain amount of time: We have 20 minutes...
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## Baby Weight

Subjects: Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Force & Motion, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Multiplication & Division and 8 additional..
In this lesson students use a rule of thumb about the weight of babies to practice doubling and halving numbers. They complete a...
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## Circle Graph

Subjects: Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Curriculum Design, Mathematics, Education, Child Development & Family Services, Professional Development
In this activity, students use preset data or input their own data that will be represented in a circle graph. This activity all...
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## Growing Plants

Subjects: Estimation & Rounding, Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Measurement & Geometry and 6 additional..
In this activity, children plant seeds or seedlings and track the plant growth over time using bar graphs or line graphs.
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