Take advantage of the passion kids have for their pets to introduce them to the concepts behind creating bar graphs. Students will survey others about their pets and create a bar graph of the results.
Students will predict and use a sample to create bar graphs.
Have your students practice math concepts by estimating how many M&Ms of each color there are in a bag. Students will create a double bar graph and a pictograph as well as practice skills of estimation.
Incorporating games into your teaching routine can be an effective way to get student to practice learned skills.
Students will create and identify equivalent fractions.
Help students understand decimal numbers and fractions by drawing and coloring in a grid. This is a great math activity for middle school.
Students can add and subtract decimal numbers using manipulatives such as base-ten blocks and cheese cubes. If you are looking for ideas to teach your students addition and subtraction then give this fun lesson plan a try.
What wouldn’t love $150 to go shopping with? Students will add and subtract decimal numbers using the real-world scenario of shopping with a set amount of funds.