This is a hands on approach to help students to visualise how the set of real numbers is made up of other sets of numbers. Concepts of Sets can be easily introduced in this activity and it is one that students will enjoy as they construct their own set of real numbers. It can be used with various levels of ability at various grade levels.
A fun lesson activity for measurement to be carried out outdoors. Students will enjoy it and will find it meaningful for themselves as they will see a application of algebra and other concepts to everyday life.
This is a document for recording the measurements of various regular shapes. There is one section also for recording the dimensions of various values of radii and circumference of different circular object which can be used to determine the value of pi.
An easy way to introduce non linear function is to provide opportunity to plot and explore the graphs of y=2^x, y=1/x and y=x^3. This worksheet can be done in class to provide practice in use of the calculator or as a homework,
This activity will help lower school and primary students understand the meaning of 1 cm. This is an excellent activity for those students who learn by doing and not just seating at their desk. Students are encouraged to take their own measurements of various object and record their results. Various concepts can be covered with this activity including linear measurement, statistics and various number concepts such as ordering decimals in ascending order, etc.
This a substitute/relief lesson plan in the html format to be completed offline, no internet connection required. Then you can save the document as pdf or print it directly. To use this valuable resource you need to follow these steps:
Step 1: create a new folder and name it as you wish.
Step 2. Place the two files in the new folder you created at step 1.
Step 3: Rename the file styles.txt to styles.css (you only need to change the extension txt to css.
Step 4: Your Lesson Plan Form is ready to use. It is recommended that you use google chrome.
An activity to be completed using Microsoft Excel but it was originally intended to be printed as a worksheet. It provides practice for arithmetic operations. Feel free to adapt it or improve it to your own needs.