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## Understanding Numbers

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Students will gain a greater understanding of number sense and what a number is and is not. They will have an opportunity to uti...
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## Building Houses

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Nature & Method of Science, Education Materials, Science and 18 additional..
Build a house you can fit inside, using cardboard tubes. Variations of this activity include building for a toy (easier) or buil...
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## Size Them Up

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Professional Development, Area & Volume, Estimation & Rounding and 3 additional..
In this activity, students are asked to arrange containers of different shapes and size in order by capacity. Suggested discussi...
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## Endurance

Subjects: Life Sciences, Health Education, Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Positive & Negative Numbers and 13 additional..
Combine math and exercise with this activity. Learners count how many times in a row they can skip rope or throw and catch a bal...
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## From Here to There

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Positive & Negative Numbers, Making & Reading Maps, Transportation and 12 additional..
In this activity, learners gain experience with local maps and timetables for public transportation, a challenge for many of all...
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## Count Around

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Positive & Negative Numbers, Nature & Method of Science, Number Sense and 7 additional..
Learners explore their surroundings while reasoning about categories and counting. Pose a question that involves locating items ...
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## Double or More

Subjects: Parts of a Whole (Fractions, Decimals & Percent), Multiplication & Division, Professional Development, Addition & Subtraction and 2 additional..
This activity introduces the concept of multiplication by asking students to make two, three or four times a recipe. Variations ...
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## Is It Possible

Subjects: Probability, Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Positive & Negative Numbers, Nature & Method of Science 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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## Filling the Time

Subjects: Theatre, Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Positive & Negative Numbers, Physics 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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## Cultural Calendar

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Our Solar System, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis and 15 additional..
This activity combines cultural exploration with number patterns and systems. Choose a culture or historical period and have lea...
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## Height Museum

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Professional Development, Education, Child Development & Family Services, Measurement & Geometry 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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## Five Second Dash

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Nature & Method of Science, Physics, Estimation & Rounding and 9 additional..
This is an activity about prediction. How far can you hop in 5 seconds? Could you make it to the door? Across the room? Everyone...
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## Getting To Know You

Subjects: Parts of a Whole (Fractions, Decimals & Percent), Counting & Place Values, Professional Development, Number Sense, Mathematics
In this activity, children develop a survey with five yes or no questions. Students then use the answers to the questions to exp...
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## Pocket Change

Subjects: Number Sense, Measurement & Tools, Professional Development, Mathematics, Addition & Subtraction
In this coin toss game, students score points based on the value of the coins which land heads up. Children work on several prac...
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## Build a Bridge

Subjects: Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Transportation, Nature & Method of Science, Education Materials 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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## I Spy Shapes

Subjects: Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Professional Development, Nature & Method of Science 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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## Counting Books

Subjects: Parts of a Whole (Fractions, Decimals & Percent), Multiplication & Division, Counting & Place Values, Professional Development and 4 additional..
The web site provides instructions for making counting books. Suggestions for using the completed books for counting one at a ti...
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## Penny Jar

Subjects: Counting & Place Values, Professional Development, Addition & Subtraction, Area & Volume and 5 additional..
In this activity children save for a charitable donation or classroom project by collecting pennies in a jar. Students are asked...
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