This tool is a handy arts project for students to keep at their desks. It is easy to make and effectively illustrates the relationship between minutes and hours. Since students can carry it around with them, it is an excellent tool for reinforcing number sense skills.
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Math Activity for Kids: Learning to Make Change. This activity linked to the real life which is achieve the aim " Math is a live ". I believe that, this game could be used in any level of age according to how the teacher will use it.
Fall Carnival Math Project (Area and Perimeter Project)