Mean, Median, Mode, Range activity with Skittles! This activity is great fun because they collect their own data, then collect their partner's data, combine group data, and do it all again. In other words, they are doing A LOT of mean, median, mode, and range practice with this activity! They enjoyed using their mini anchor charts as cheat sheets while they worked, too.
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Tonnerre de Zeus roller coaster at Parc Astérix in Plailly, France. A large statue of Zeus, complete with floral underwear, is featured close by. It straddles both sides of the queue which means patrons can look directly up at Zeus' underwear. The Theme amusement park is based on the stories of Asterix.
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O.R.E.O PROJECT....mean, median, mode, range. Stuents stack up OREOS as high as they can without toppling. Record the data for each student in their Math journals. Write definitions of Mean, Median, Mode and Range in the journals, then use the data to find each one.