5.G.A – Graph points on the coordinate plane to solve real-world and mathematical problems.

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Two activities that you could use to get your students ready for Father’s Day.

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So much is happening on April 15th this year! As families and the news talk about filing taxes on time, it might be an excellent time to deal with where that tax money goes. Debt and Deficit give meaning to what tax…

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March 28th was opening day for this year’s Major League Baseball season. It’s a good time for some Major League Baseball math! In this activity students think about how major league game lengths have changed over time. Is there a…

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Saturday, March 16, 2019. April went into labor at about 11:00am and birthed a new baby giraffe at about 12 noon. Here are two past Giraffe baby activities for today!

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As we get ready for next week’s holiday, students can study a map of the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, describe, measure and hypothesize why this route was chosen and then calculate how long each band will be marching and…

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One more – Operation Gratitude – Halloween Candy Buy Back – Dentists often offer $1.00 per pound for non-opened Halloween candy. The candy is donated to Operation Gratitude which gives thank you gifts to soldiers and first responders. Is this…

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Use your student’s Halloween enthusiasm to do a study on volumes. We’ve created an activity that asks students to calculate the volume of candy containers that are silly and intriguing. Skip the cone and the sphere to make this activity…

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April 15th, 1947 was a date to remember. Jackie Robinson became the first African-American baseball player to play in Major League Baseball since the game was segregated in the 1890s. Robinson broke the baseball color barrier when the Brooklyn Dodgers started him in 1947…

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At about 10:00 am, April 15th, April’s calf was born. Everyone will be talking about it and smiling constantly. Here’s some fun math stuff to bring with you for Holiday gatherings. The activity: April’s-calf.pdf

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