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## What Does It Mean To Measure?

Subjects: Area & Volume, Unit Conversions, Mathematics, Measurement & Tools
In this session, students will begin to explore the questions "What can be measured?" and "What does it mean to measure somethin...
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## Volume, Mass, and Density Boxes

Subjects: Area & Volume, Properties of Matter, Mathematics, Force & Motion and 2 additional..
In this activity, students are introduced to "the relationships among changes in volume, mass, and density." In it, students fil...
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## Visual Patterns in Tessellations

Subjects: Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Curriculum Design, Professional Development, Education, Child Development & Family Services
This lesson is designed to introduce students to tessellations and where they appear in nature, art, etc. The lesson provides li...
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## Using a Ruler

Subjects: Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, English-Language Arts, Measurement & Tools
This four-page booklet gives students an introduction to rules, how to use them, and practice both measuring and estimating. The...
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## Tiling

Subjects: Angles & Pythagorean Theorem, Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry
This interactive simulation allows students to create their own tiles and make patterns with them. The standard tile is rectangu...
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## The Online Geoboard

Subjects: Area & Volume, Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Measurement & Tools
This applet simulates the use of an actual geoboard without the usual limitations of working with rubber bands. Geoboards are us...
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## Surface Area and Volume

Subjects: Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Curriculum Design, Professional Development, Education, Child Development & Family Services
In this activity, students adjust the dimensions of either a rectangular or triangular prism and the surface area and volume are...
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## Squares and Rectangles

Subjects: Area & Volume, Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Measurement & Tools
This worksheet helps students practice understanding basic area measurement and concepts by presenting squares and rectangles on...
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## Spy Game

Subjects: Mathematics, Algebra & Functions, Curriculum Design, Professional Development, Education, Child Development & Family Services
This lesson is designed to introduce students to modular arithmetic and how it is used in cryptography to encrypt messages. This...
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## Smile Metric Style

Subjects: Unit Conversions, Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Measurement & Tools
This activity enables students to practice working with the metric system by measuring the width of their smiles. After completi...
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## Sets and The Venn Diagram (Beginner)

Subjects: Number Sense, Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Curriculum Design and 2 additional..
This lesson is designed to introduce students to sets, what it means to be part of a set, and how Venn diagrams relate to sets. ...
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## Sets and the Venn Diagram

Subjects: Number Sense, Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Curriculum Design and 2 additional..
This lesson is designed to introduce students to sets, terms used with sets, and Venn diagrams. This lesson provides links to di...
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## September Open-Ended Math Problems: Measurement

Subjects: Area & Volume, Current Science, Mathematics, English-Language Arts, Measurement & Tools
In these three word problems, students are asked to explore real-world applications of measuring area and perimeter to design a ...
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## Recognizing Patterns

Grades: TK/K to 6, 9 to 12
Subjects: Number Sense, Mathematics, Measurement & Geometry, Curriculum Design and 2 additional..
This lesson is designed to introduce familiarize students with patterns of shapes, sequences, and tessellations. This lesson pro...
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## Pour Some

Subjects: Area & Volume, Personal and Community Health, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Mathematics and 4 additional..
In this activity students work with the concepts of small, medium and large. The concept is introduced in relation to serving si...
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## Pizza Fractions

Subjects: Number Sense, Mathematics, Parts of a Whole (Fractions, Decimals & Percent)
The classroom poster helps students understand fractions as parts of a whole by illustrating pizzas and fractions of pizzas. The...
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## Mystery Jars

Subjects: Estimation & Rounding, Area & Volume, Counting & Place Values, Number Sense and 5 additional..
For this activity, the instructor prepares two mystery jars of identical size, one filled with smaller objects, one with larger ...
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## Multi Bar Graph

Subjects: Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Mathematics, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Organizing Data (graphs, tables, charts) and 3 additional..
In this activity, students enter in data to be represented in a double bar graph. Multi bar graphs allow the student to compare ...
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