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Estimating volume - to start having a think about capacity. Jug measuring - For top ability group with support, thinking about measuring in ml and counting in 100s and 1000s. Challenging - good scaffold for relevant vocab use. Measuring out into cups - Used for my BA group to do with support. Some time will be needed to collect resources but if you put a note in the staffroom or ask parents these things can be collected faster (then keep them for next time) As said on sheet adding food colouring and sequins makes it that bit more exciting! Thank you :)
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A very simple worksheet in which children colour the liquid in the cup to match the words 'Full', 'Half Full' and 'Empty'
US Capacity Customary ConversionsQuick View

US Capacity Customary Conversions

This product is an individual lesson plan that is an introduction to 4th graders and can be use remediate 5th graders who continue to struggle with this concept. The product includes: -2 worksheets -Gallon, quart, pint, cup templates with words -a complete lesson plan -Gallon, quart, pint, cup templates with pictures and words
Standard Capacity ConversionsQuick View

Standard Capacity Conversions

30 problem US customary units capacity puzzle, converting from ounces, cups, pints, quarts and gallons. The triangular game pieces come together to form a self checking hexagon shape. The puzzle comes premixed up so that students could cut them out themselves and not know the answers ahead of time. This activity could be used by individuals in an interactive notebook, by groups or pairs in a math center or by those pesky fast finishers! These games are always a big hit when I pull them out for my students.
Ecosystem carrying capacity Deer Vs Coyote simulation (2 days)Quick View

Ecosystem carrying capacity Deer Vs Coyote simulation (2 days)

The basis for this game is the O-Deer concept, however it is modified and simplified for my 6th grade science classes, and worked good in my 8th grade class as well. This is a 2 day activity and lab Day 1 Teacher reviews what is needed in an ecosystem and the rules of the game. Students do the activity, in 3 groups staged in 3 lines. They do this in a form of tag. Teacher records the population changes of the deer and coyotes over time. Data is recorded for 20 rounds but you can do more. Day 2 The lab/activity write-up Students answer questions about how the population changed over time. Students also create a line graph using the two recorded populations of deer and coyote and analyze the results. Students really enjoy the activity and like that the data they are using in the write-up is their own. The copy you will receive will have 2 different graphs for the students to use one that they need to decide the scale and another simpler one for lower grades that already has the scale on it. During the game be sure to pause and have the students predict what will happen to the different populations when they get unbalanced. 5 pages takes about 2 hours to fully complete
Year 4 Math Program: Patterns & Algebra, Volume & Capacity, 3D Shape, AreaQuick View

Year 4 Math Program: Patterns & Algebra, Volume & Capacity, 3D Shape, Area

Year 4, Stage 2 A comprehensive teaching and learning program with resources, and assessment Mathematics Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum › MA2 1WM uses appropriate terminology to describe, and symbols to represent, mathematical ideas › MA2 2WM selects and uses appropriate mental or written strategies, or technology, to solve problems › MA2 3WM checks the accuracy of a statement and explains the reasoning used › MA2 8NA generalises properties of odd and even numbers, generates number patterns, and completes simple number sentences by calculating missing values › MA2 10MG measures, records, compares and estimates areas using square centimetres and square metres › MA2 11MG measures, records, compares and estimates volumes and capacities using litres, millilitres and cubic centimetres › MA2 14MG makes, compares, sketches and names three-dimensional objects, including prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones and spheres, and describes their features *Whole Term Mathematics Program *3 Level Differentiation *Modified Worksheets *Assessment Tasks - Quizzes, Tests Topics: -Patterns -Algebra -Volume -Capacity -3D Shape -Area Individual Topic, Overall Topic Assessment task and quizzes Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Mathematics Program
Inca Empire Word SearchQuick View

Inca Empire Word Search

This word search on the Inca Empire is a great way for students to review vocabulary terms. The solution to the puzzle is included. Terms Included: ♦ Atahualpa ♦ Coricancha ♦ Francisco Pizarro ♦ Inti ♦ Machu Picchu ♦ Manco Capac ♦ Pachacuti ♦ Tokapu ♦ Viracocha
Kindergarten MeasurementQuick View

Kindergarten Measurement

The student will be able to apply mathematical process standards to directly compare measurable attributes. give an example of a measurable attribute of a given object, including length, capacity, and weight; and compare two objects with a common measurable attribute to see which object has more of/less of the attribute and describe the difference. Activities, Math Centers
Metric Measurement Conversion BundleQuick View

Metric Measurement Conversion Bundle

Metric Measurement Conversion Bundle includes the metric capacity conversion puzzle, metric length conversion puzzle and the metric weight conversion puzzle. Grams and kilograms, meters, kilometers, millimeters, centimeters, liters and milliliters conversions between metric units of measurement, some decimal use required. Also included are international spelling versions of the puzzles using metres, kilometres, millimetres, centimetres, litres and milliletres. Included Metric Capacity conversions, Math Center •Direction sheet •21 problems puzzle •Conversion Table Worksheet •Answer Sheet •International spelling version Metric Length conversions, Math Center •Direction sheet •21 problem puzzle •Conversion Table Worksheet •Answer Sheet •International Spelling version Metric Weight conversions, Math Center •Direction sheet •30 problem puzzle •Conversion Table Worksheet •Answer Sheet •Good for U.S. and international use • Also works well as an interactive notebook activity if printed on a half sheet. • Puzzle pieces come pre-mixed up so that students can cut them out and not have prior knowledge of the answers. • The puzzle can be printed double sided with the puzzle on one side and the skill name on the other for ease of organizing and sorting. • I suggest printing on colored paper and laminating the puzzle pieces for durability. I always get a cheer when these come out, definite class favorites!
Inca Empire Crossword PuzzleQuick View

Inca Empire Crossword Puzzle

This crossword puzzle on the Inca Empire is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key Vocabulary Words: ♦ Atahualpa ♦ Coricancha ♦ Francisco Pizarro ♦ Inti ♦ Machu Picchu ♦ Manco Capac ♦ Pachacuti ♦ Sapa Inca ♦ Tokapu ♦ Villac Umu ♦ Viracocha
My Super Six Reading Comprehension Note Taking TemplateQuick View

My Super Six Reading Comprehension Note Taking Template

Check out this simple yet effective note taking template that students can use to record major take-aways while reading. Limiting big ideas to six key elements, students will be forced to synthesize their text and organize their ideas. Students are given a small space to record their thoughts as well as a space to draw a small representation of that idea. This user-friendly and self explanatory template has the capacity to increase comprehension, be used for evidence from the text and so much more as it is adapted to your classroom! Please feel free to leave feedback on how you used it in your classroom!
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Package includes: 1. Slide presentation (14 slides) 2. Visuals and prompts. 3. 2 assignments, 1 summative 4. Worksheets, assignment handouts and rubrics Intro: This unit gives students the opportunity to inquire into a current social, political or economic issue. Desertification is one such issue – an economic and environmental phenomenon that transforms arable land into desert, dislocating populations and eroding the environment’s capacity to support life. As a metaphor, it emphasizes the advance, intensification, worsening or spread of a problem and thereby, the potential consequences, in the form of the decline of social capital, economic austerity, cultural regression etc… It is the guiding theme of the unit foregrounding issues such as climate change, globalism, racism, and underdevelopment.
Executive Functioning Card Game: In or OutQuick View

Executive Functioning Card Game: In or Out

In or Out is a fabulously fun comparison game for everyone, but it can also serve as a cognitive remedial tool that strengthens executive functioning skills: working memory, management of distractions, attention to detail, stamina, response inhibition, as well as sustaining attention and mental shifting. For remedial purposes, In or Out benefits students with ADHD, learning disabilities, executive functioning disorder as well as the head injured and the elderly. This is a fabulous way to strengthen the brain - while having fun! The research suggests that children are not born with executive functioning skills, however, they are born with the potential to develop them. What’s more, executive functioning skills can be trained! Just like going to the gym strengthens the body, activities that exercise executive functioning skills improves mental capacity. According to the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, “When children have opportunities to develop executive function and self-regulation skills, individuals and society experience lifelong benefits. These skills are crucial for learning and development. They also enable positive behavior and allow us to make healthy choices for ourselves and our families.”
Engage New York (Eureka Math) 3rd Grade, Module 2 (SMART NOTEBOOK SOFTWARE)Quick View

Engage New York (Eureka Math) 3rd Grade, Module 2 (SMART NOTEBOOK SOFTWARE)

These smart notebook lessons go along with Engage New York 3rd grade module 2. The lessons included are lessons 1-21. Students can stay engaged throughout the lessons by using individual whiteboards as you go from page to page. Lesson 1- 22 slides Lesson 2- 24 slides Lesson 3 - 29 slides Lesson 4 - 23 slides Lesson 5 - 20 slides Lesson 6 - 16 slides Lesson 7 - 26 slides Lesson 8 - 17 slides Lesson 9 - 25 slides Lesson 10 - 28 slides Lesson 11 - 22 slides Lesson 12 - 17 slides Lesson 13 - 22 slides Lesson 14 - 24 slides Lessons 15 - 23 slides Lesson 16 - 19 slides Lesson 17 - 17 slides Lesson 18 - 24 slides Lesson 19 - 23 slides Lesson 20 - 18 slides Lesson 21 - 18 slides
Ecosystem vocabulary note review or introduction notes and powerpointQuick View

Ecosystem vocabulary note review or introduction notes and powerpoint

25 slide power-point for the teacher 2 sided sheet for the students to follow along during the teacher lead power-point presentation. Vocabulary covered Ecosystem Producer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore Omnivore Carnivore Food chain Food web Energy pyramid Habitat Biotic Abiotic Biome Carrying capacity also how energy transfers in an ecosystem 2 short videos from youtube to supplement the lesson. On the back of the note sheet the students will practice Identifying biotic and abiotic items Identify producers, consumers, and decomposers Identify herbivore, omnivore, and carnivores Create a 5 arrow food chain This was a really good end of year review for my 6th grade class, but could also be used as a vocabulary introduction. 27 pages in all answer key is included should last about 60min
Biodiversity and Classification: Test, Review Questions, and Answer KeysQuick View

Biodiversity and Classification: Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

You will receive a test and review questions with answer keys. The test is multiple choice, matching, short answer, and includes a dichotomous key The review questions cover all of the material on the test: 1. What are the basic needs of all living things? 2. What is an adaptation? 3. What is homeostasis? Explain how your body maintains homeostasis in the cold and in the heat. 4. Which domains include mainly prokaryotic organisms? Which domains include mainly eukaryotic organisms? 5. What is metabolism? 6. Explain how a scientific name is written using binomial nomenclature. 7. What is the difference in prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms? 8. What is carrying capacity? Name 5 ways a population’s carrying capacity would decrease. 9. What type of environment is Domain Archaea usually found in? 10. What is the broadest level of biological classification? The most specific level? 11. What is taxonomy? 12. What is the difference in asexual and sexual reproduction? 13. Name three limiting factors and explain why they limit organisms. 14. What is an invasive species? 15. What is the stimulus and response in the following: A plant’s leaves turning toward the sunlight. 16. How do humans negatively affect biodiversity? 17. Break down the term ‘biodiversity’. What does ‘bio’ mean? What does ‘diversity’ mean? 18. List the 8 levels of classification in order from broadest to most specific. 19. What is the difference in unicellular and multicellular organisms? 20. Name the three domains and the kingdoms found in each domain. 21. What are the characteristics of all living things? 22. What is the difference in anabolic and catabolic metabolism? 23. This question is a dichotomous key.
Three weeks of Biodiversity Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer KeyQuick View

Three weeks of Biodiversity Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Three weeks of Biodiversity, Classification, and Human Interaction Bellringers with handouts for student answers! Answer Key Included Other Bellringers available at my store: Scientific Method, The Cell, Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration, Ecology, Biomes, DNA, RNA, and Proteins, Genetic Inheritance, Mitosis, and Meiosis. You will receive 15 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Metabolism Read and Respond: Homeostasis Compare and Contrast: Asexual and Sexual Reproduction Problem Solving: Stimulus and Response Anything Goes: Characteristics of Living Things Week 2: Word of the Week: Binomial Nomenclature Read and Respond: The Three Domains Compare and Contrast: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Problem Solving: Dichotomous Key Anything Goes: Biological Classification Week 3: Word of the Week: Biodiversity Read and Respond: Limiting Factors Compare and Contrast: Vulnerable and Endangered Species Problem Solving: Carrying Capacity Anything Goes: Habitat Destruction
Metric Measurement ConversionsQuick View

Metric Measurement Conversions

Introduce, practice and assess converting metric measurements with a mini book, two practice activities, a conversion table and a test prep style formative assessment. Convert metric measurements using a variety of methods such as strip diagrams, double number lines, or charts to help students self-discover in which situations multiplication or division is appropriate and how to use reference materials like a conversion chart. Students use multiple real-world and mathematical scenarios to practice converting measurements through place value understanding, decimal placement, and multiplication or division. Use your lesson time wisely with this low prep notebook activity. All pieces are designed to fit neatly into your students' interactive notebooks and are jam-packed with info to minimize copying, cutting, folding, and gluing so that you can make the most of your prep and instructional time.