Construct giant snowflakes with your math students and turn it into a meaningful math lesson! Students work collaboratively to create giant snowflakes - each made from six pieces of paper. Students can review mathematical terms like symmetry, attribute of quadrilaterals and triangles, and more. Perfect filler activity to keep students engaged before a vacation or on a half day. By Free to Discover.
This is a 20 question worksheet that goes along with the movie Moana. Students do not necessarily need to watch the movie to complete the questions. This is a great end of the year "filler", substitute plans, Friday incentive, after testing days activity, Holiday activity, etc. Topics include area of circles, area of rectangles, circumference, Pythagorean theorem, surface area of rectangular prisms, triangle sum theorem, volume of spheres, and angles.
If you are wanting to show a movie in your math class but still want students to do math then this is for you! This is a 20 question movie guide to accompany the movie How the Grinch Stole Christmas(2000). These questions actually follow the movie and use scenes to build the word problems for students to answer. Justify your need for students to watch a movie! This makes a great Christmas Math activity, End of the Year activity, Substitute, "filler days", & early finisher activity.
Fun Christmas math activities for middle school math. Better than a worksheet, these math tasks will engage your students in deep-thinking which is what they need to master the common cores. Students will practice geometry, graphing, solving systems of equations and more. Perfect for 8th grade students during the holiday. Click here for more information #makesenseofmath #christmasmath
Let students learn how math concepts are connected to the real world as they design their own 3D TINY HOUSE! Area, perimeter, and geometry-- math is everywhere in this project based learning activity (PBL). Designing, creating, and problem solving are key features of this resource. Build a Tiny House! $