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As learners play this strategy game, they develop understanding of squares, area, and perimeter. On each turn, a player draws a line between two dots next to each other on the grid.
In this activity, learners use Starburst® candy to sort, classify, compare, and graph. Learners grab a handful of one-inch candy squares, sort them by color, graph the candy, and discuss the results.
In this pencil and paper activity, learners work in pairs and simulate how astronomical spacecraft and computers create images of objects in space.
In this Cyberchase activity, use grid coordinates to share secret pictures with a friend. Color squares of a grid to make a picture (like a smiley face) that you keep hidden from the other person.
In this math lesson, learners make estimates to analyze the number of apples per acre, and visualize the magnitude of one million.
Learners use their opponent's clues and a compass rose to find the hidden treasure on a map. Learners use problem solving and coordinate grid skills as they hunt for treasure.
In this activity, "space cadets" (learners) use writing and sequencing skills in addition to directional words/ordered pairs to guide Buzz Lightyear (from the movie "Toy Story") through a grid to reac
In this activity, learners will observe and record living things with in outlined outside space.
Learners compare a life-size drawing of a Tyrannosaurus rex head and a full-size Sinornithosaurus body to understand that dinosaurs varied in size.
In this activity, learners participate in a simulated dig to discover fossilized dinosaur bones. Learners take notes, make a map and propose theories about dinosaurs.
In this activity, (on page 6 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Dinosaurs) learners participate in a hands-on fossil excavation.
In this activity, learners make cool boxes out of old (or new) greeting cards or postcards.
In this activity, learners find Xi'an, the archaeological area in China where the Terra Cotta Army was discovered, on a map or globe and look more closely at the relationship of the warrior site to ot
In this math activity, learners make and explore patterns using the letters in their names, a grid, and some colors.