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• ### Geometric Bean Bag Toss Project

https://www.ellisoneducation.com/12219/geometric-bean-bags There are so many ways to make Geometry fun in the classroom! Check out how you can create your own bean bags and talk geometry with this fun tutorial. Overview Use geometric shapes to make bean bags for math and language fun. Grade Level:1-2, 3-5 Curriculum:English Language Arts, Fine Arts & Crafts, Math Introduction Put a little motion into a math lesson with games that involve tossing bean bags. Objective Students can help make these clever bean bags to use in various games to practice their skills in math with addition, subtraction and multiplication or in language arts. Tossing the bean bags into designated areas makes a game out of learning and helps to develop gross motor skills at the same time. Supplies Used Dried black-eyed peas or beans, Embroidery thread, Felt, Needle, Self-adhesive felt

• ### A Hands-On Lesson In Geometry With Paper And Rubber Bands!

https://www.ellisoneducation.com/12217/building-polyhedra There's no lesson like a hands-on lesson! Dive into the different shapes you can create with this awesome lesson plan! Overview Construct a dodecagon calendar showing all twelve months. Grade Level:3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Curriculum:Math, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) Introduction Students can make the truncated icosahedron and then disassemble it to create new and different dimensional geometric shapes. Building a truncated icosahedron (soccer ball) is a great math learning experience. Objective Students acquire knowledge and skills while assembling various polyhedra from a simple cube or pyramid to building a more complicated dodecahedron, truncated octahedron or truncated icosahedron. Supplies Used Adhesive, Cardstock or construction paper, Size 10 rubber bands

• ### Easy Monthly Calendar With Die Cuts!

https://www.ellisoneducation.com/12216/monthly-calendar Keep your class on track with this awesome calendar that helps track due dates, birthdays and more! Overview Keep track of classroom activities with a classroom calendar. Grade Level:Pre-K-K, 1-2, 3-5, 6-8 Curriculum:English Language Arts, Fine Arts & Crafts Introduction Help students remember everything from a Friday spelling test to a school assembly with the creation of a classroom calendar. Objective Students will be able to study for tests and plan for field trips and school assemblies with a classroom calendar displaying student information. Supplies Used Adhesive, Cardstock, Construction paper, Pen, Pencil, Ruler, Scissors, White correction pen Instructions The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.

• ### Turn Favorite Foods Into A Classon Lesson Plan With This Project!

https://www.ellisoneducation.com/12212/favorite-foods-graph-chart Get your class Thanksgiving ready and learning a little math with this awesome lesson plan! Overview A cornucopia full of food is a traditional symbol of Fall bounty. Grade Level:Pre-K-K, 1-2, 3-5 Curriculum:Fine Arts & Crafts, Math, Science Introduction Create a Cornucopia for classroom décor, or feature foods in a chart or graph depicting each student’s favorite food. Objective Students will learn how to create and organize a graph or chart as a visual aid representing data. Discuss Fall harvests and the horn of plenty (Cornucopia). Supplies Used Adhesive, Cardstock or construction paper, Crayons, markers or pens, Pencil, Scissors, Watermark pen Math Grade 2-Measurement & Data Represent and interpret data. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.D.9 Draw a picture graph and a bar graph (with single-unit scale) to represent a data set with up to four categories. Solve simple put-together, take-apart and compare problems - using information presented in a bar graph. Source: corestandards.org/Math/Content/2/MD/ Science NS.K-4.3 Life Science As a result of activities in grades K–4, all students should develop an understanding of The characteristics of organisms Life cycles of organisms Organisms and environments Source: educationworld.com