In PE, health, or math class, students will learn how to find and record their heart rate, and will create a double bar graph over the course of a two week period.
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During a math or art period, students will create a picture using geometric shapes.
Students will apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in order to create a fence in which to house a (make-believe) pet.
Students will estimate lengths of everyday objects, and will use the vocabulary “inches”, “feet”, “centimeters” and “meters”.
Students will choose and use an appropriate tool to correctly measure and object.
Students will use a non-standard measure (paper clips) to measure the length of several objects.
Students will compare two objects and use the vocabulary bigger/smaller, taller/shorter, and more/less to describe their respective attributes.
Students will collect data on how fast they run 50 yards, and will create personal graphs of their results over time.
Students will use some of their favorite songs to develop an understanding of fractions.