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Math scavenger hunt - This would be fun for the first week of school, could be changed to fit any grade level. Use newspaper and magazines to make collage of findings.

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Math activity created by my 3rd grade student. They had to find the area and the perimeter for their drawings.

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theteacherstudio.comfrom theteacherstudio.com

Perimeter and Area Problems--Cooperation Time!

Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Perimeter and Area Problems--Cooperation Time!

Area/Perimeter robots - get the children to draw robots and write the area and perimeter of each section (Sally Maddison)

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Debbie Dillerfrom Debbie Diller

Fifth grade math station at Scarborough Elementary

Love this math station I spotted in 5th grade recently. Students use playing cards to find range, median, and mode. Fun and simple activity! Playing cards fanned out in a holder are used to determine range, median, and mode.

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Creekside Learningfrom Creekside Learning

Ultimate Guide to Hands-On Math for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Grade

Ultimate Guide to Hands-On Math for 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade. Some great fine motor practice ideas in here!

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Types of Lines and Angles Activity

Using toothpicks for geometric terminology. Love! You could also add intersecting lines, perpendicular lines, and use this for measuring angles later (except good gracious, change the name-these are not all "lines")

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Scholastic Teachersfrom Scholastic Teachers

10 Hands-On Strategies for Teaching Area and Perimeter

10 Hands-On Strategies for Teaching Area and Perimeter | Scholastic.com, the name area activity is the greatest!

Even & Odd --- ninja game / 100 sticky notes posted all around the room / students divided into 2 teams / timer set for ninjas to find their team's numbers. Then ss put numbers in order and make posters.