Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum
Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum
Practice converting lengths from one metric unit to another. Use your calculator if you need to.
Practice converting metric lengths into British lengths. Feel free to consult the conversion chart and use your calculator if you need to.
Practice converting mass from one metric unit to another. Use your calculator if you need to.
Explore the relationship between the metric and British system. Practice converting metric mass into British mass.
Practice converting metric volume into British volume. Consult the conversion chart and use your calculator if you need to.
Practice converting volume from one metric unit to another. Use your calculator if you need to.
Count the number of raisins in seventeen half-ounce boxes of raisins. Then come up with a solution to determine how many raisins are in Brand X's or Brand Y's box of raisins.
Build staircases out of square blocks. Look for patterns and come up with a rule or formula to predict the number of blocks in any staircase.
Watch as a physical stack of coins is added as a series of dots to a line plot.
Is there a relationship between the volume of a sphere and the volume of a cylinder of equal diameter and height? What about the volume of the sphere and the cone?
Explore properties of rotation symmetry. Determine the angle of rotation for different images.
Euler's Theorem states that there is a relationship among faces (F), vertices (V), and edges (E) for every polyhedron. Discover this formula yourself by completing this activity.
Plot points on a graph. Use the Pythagorean theorem to calculate the distance between them.
Area models offer a visual representation of mathematical operations. Use these models to perform multi-digit division.
Learn how to represent the Five-Number Summary graphically using a box plot.
One way to solve a complicated problem is to solve a smaller version of the same problem. Without working out the larger problem, predict how many sheep will get shorn before impatient Eric, who is sneaking up in line little by little.
How do you find the median for an even numbers of noodles? Learn how in this three-noodle summary of twelve noodles.
Explore the properties of four prisms. Change the direction and speed of each prism's rotation and highlight the numbers of faces, vertices and edges for each one.
Explore the properties of four pyramids. Change the direction and speed of each pyramid's rotation and highlight the numbers of faces, vertices and edges for each one.
Observe five platonic solids. Input the number of faces, vertices, edges and the number of faces meeting at each vortex in the table provided.
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