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Created by mowen3, last updated 2017-02-05


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Composite Materials

Like because it is hands on, fun and messy. Would have to do LOTS of testing in advance and create recipes for the students to choose from. After they research, they would have to pick which recipe they think would create the best brick. Measurement. Area. Volume. Unit Conversion.

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Construction and Destruction

LOVE LOVE LOVE this but would have to build the Castle from a material other than legos, although I have enough legos for one class.

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Portable Sundial

EXCELLENT connection between math and science. Not sure it will be super fun for the kids but does offer lots of research opportunities.

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Hexagon Hunt

Easy activity possibly for Practical Math

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Double Dutch Distractions

Won't do but just a fun idea for spring.

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Exploring a Complex Space-Filling Shape

I've done a similar activity in the past and it was successful, but you MUST have at least one person in each group with fine motor skills.

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Heart Rate and Exercise

Done this in Science in the past. Fun and quick.

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Super Soaking Materials

Good for combining Science and Math

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Tetrahedral Kites

DONE THIS! Awesome but it does take time. Will plan to do this at the end of the year with Pre-Algebra. Must have fine motor skills.

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Rubber Band Racers

Seen this done. FUN!

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Balsa Towers

Always wanted to do buy expensive. Would be good for an Accelerated Class.

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That's the Way the Ball Bounces: Level 1

DONE THIS! AWESOME! This is a fantastic experiment that includes measurement and chemical composition! Excellent for all academic levels.

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Avalanche

interesting but not related to math

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