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Math classroom posters

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Use this tool to create a spinner to examine experimental and theoretical outcomes.

CC licensed photo shared by Flickr user Duncan Hall This week we started our last unit in Math. It is our Probability unit. I always feel like this unit is our reward for all of the hard work and amazing learning we've accomplished throughout the year. This is my favourite unit, and it is usually my students' favourite unit as well. I'm not a very big text book user on any given day, but for this unit more than any other unit, the text book only makes rare appearances. (I once heard Trevor…

Three fun station activities for learning about theoretical and experimental probability and the Law of Large Numbers.

Theoretical Probability

probability activities that allow kids to compare theoretical and experimental probability

\ This short (and relatively simple) activity prompts students to discover that the sum of theoretical probabilities is equal to 1. Using ...

Watch this tutorial to examine the difference between theoretical and experimental probability.

Area and Perimeter Interactive Notebook with 15 hands-on activities!

Area and Perimeter Task Cards that can be used with cheese crackers or unifix cubes.

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FREE! 6th grade geometry and number sense printable posters/anchor charts/focus walls. The illustrations help students understand mathematical finding area, plotting shapes on the coordinate plane with ordered pairs.

This time of year (you know... the time of year when kiddos tend to go crazy and teachers are tired) I like to keep things very consistent. I am still introducing new topics, and unfortunately, I don

I made up Lego Geometry to get my nephew excited about area and perimeter. Kids can create big areas by putting legos side by side, or find the area of single bricks. Tell kids not to stress if bricks don't fit perfectly on the grid paper. They can round up. Have them color the area of each of their legos on their grid paper. (Note: For younger kids, you can have them count the lego studs / dots on top to find area and perimeter).

This worksheet will give your child practice learning the difference between similar and congruent shapes.