Math in Demand: March 2016

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Plate Tectonics

Since my mitosis puzzle is really popular, my sister and I decided to create a puzzle activity on plate boundaries.  Check out the pictures below:













You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Solar System Activity

So, my sister and I worked together on creating a solar system banner.  My sister created all of the planet clipart and I put the activity together.  My 2 year old, Chloe, wanted to help mommy out with creating the banner.  She absolutely loved the activity and thought it was so cool to see her picture on the astronaut.  Check out the photos below!
 
Color and cut out all of the pieces
Spaceship and star cutouts get glued onto each planet. 
Each cutout has information about that planet.

Chloe was a big helper!
Chloe wanted to glue all of the pieces down.
Chloe liked the way Saturn was colored.
We took all of the planets and place them in order according
to their location from the sun.
After we placed the planets in order, I asked Chloe to choose
a planet that she would like to explore if she was an astronaut.
Chloe was filling out the question, "If I was an astronaut,
I would visit ________ because ..."
Chloe choose Mars.  She was ready to glue her astronaut
and question onto the planet.
Chloe personalized her astronaut with a picture of herself!
Chloe had SO much fun!

The planet banner!


You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE

Friday, March 11, 2016

Solar System

 My sister created this awesome foldable on the solar system!  Check out the photos below and information on the foldable:



This is two solar systems foldable on the inner planets and outer planets. It is EDITABLE!! The product is a zipped folder that contains a Microsoft word document (version 97-2003) and a PDF document. There are two VERSIONS available. You will have to decide if you want your students to write in what they know about the planets, or use the provided descriptions and just match them to their correct location. Colored and Black&White version available.
Inner Planets:
- Mercury
- Venus
- Earth
- Mars

Outer Planets:
- Jupiter
- Saturn
- Uranus
- Neptune
- Pluto

NOTE: Planets are not drawn to scale. Planets are approximately the same size so students can see features of them. This product is EDITABLE so you could enlarge or make the planets smaller depending on your preference.

keywords: earth science, science foldable, planet foldable, planets foldables, solar system foldable, inner planets, outer planets


You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE

Scientific Method

Included is a cut and paste activity on the scientific method. Students will be cutting out puzzle pieces and gluing them according to where they fall with the scientific method (question, research, hypothesis, experiment, and conclusion).









You can buy this activity by CLICKING HERE


Planet Activity

Is this not the cutest planet activity ever?!  Your students will love this activity!  Students will be coloring, cutting, and pasting cutouts that belong to a planet.  In addition, students will be ordering the planets according to their location from the sun.  Check out the pictures below!








 You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Mitosis Activity

My sister and I decided to open a Teachers Pay Teachers store together.  My sister has a background in science and is a high school Biology teacher.  We wanted to create a game that students would enjoy.  This game has exceeded our expectations.  I gave a very similar version to my students but with a math concept and they were begging for me to create more!  ALL of my students were engaged.


You can find the mitosis game by going to our Teachers Pay Teachers store HERE

You can also find this similar game for math at my Teachers Pay Teachers store HERE