7 search results for ""7.G.4""

Free Pizza for a Whole Stadium?

…les (pizza). The activity: (consider doing act one & starting act two before handing the activity out) Pizza-for-stadium-of-fans.pdf Solutions/Teacher Tips and word docs for members: Pizzas-for-stadium-of-fans.docx Pizza-to-feed-a-stadium-of-fans-solutions&tips.pdf This activity could span a number of grade levels. Kids are estimating, reasoning and working with rational numbers CCSS: 5.NBT.7, 6.NS.3, 7.NS.3, 7.EE.3. Could also address area of circles as students consider pizza sizes:… 0, 6

Chocolates and area

…method studnts use, consider having students report their thinking through a doc camera. Focus on student’s mathematical ideas and problem solving strategies. The concept of area as a measure of covering should be the theme of the sharing and class discussion. You may also consider using actual chocolates of different shapes and sizes as a class activity like two of my colleagues and friends did in their classrooms: CCSS: 3.MD.5 , 3.MD.6 , 6.G.1 , 7.G.4 , 7.G.6 Chocolate.pdf Chocolate-grid.pdf… 0, 6

Chocolates

…method studnts use, consider having students report their thinking through a doc camera. Focus on student’s mathematical ideas and problem solving strategies. The concept of area as a measure of covering should be the theme of the sharing and class discussion. You may also consider using actual chocolates of different shapes and sizes as a class activity like two of my colleagues and friends did in their classrooms: CCSS: 3.MD.5 , 3.MD.6 , 6.G.1 , 7.G.4 , 7.G.6 Chocolate.pdf Chocolate-grid.pdf… 0, 6

Pizza Deals

…o the area of a circular pizza? Technology: As students grapple with comparing the area of a square and the area of a circle with the same diameter/side length have them explore this Geogebratube app on area relations. The activity: pizza-deals.pdf For members we have an editable Word docx and solutions. pizza-deals.docx pizza-deals-solutions.pdf CCSS: 4.MD.3, 6.G.1, 6.RP.3, 7.G.4… 0, 5

Pi Day

…and long divide; applauds the talent of people who can memorize large strings of numbers; and lets students just have fun. The Activity: π-day.pdf For members we have a Word doc that can be modified and solutions. π-day.doc π-day-solutions.pdf CCSS: 7.G.4, 8.NS.1, G-C.2 OR Let students practice long division and order of operations as they use their calculators to evaluate different formulas for approximating pi and calculate the accuracy of those results. The Activity: Approximations-Pi.pdf… 0, 7

Why Does it Stay in Orbit?

…r launched for the last time. The six astronauts on board docked this morning at the International Space Station to join the 6 astronauts and cosmonauts who live at the ISS. Combine current events, Earth science, and parabolic motion in your math class. Students will use their understanding of exponents and practice converting speed and distance from metrics to US customary units to complete this exercise … and, they will learn about space science in the process. CCSS: 7.G.4, 8.F.5,… 0, 3