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Map Skills - Design Your Own Amusement Park

Design Your Own Amusement Park (Mapping Skills) This could be fun! You could incorporate measurement stills and geometry too!

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Project Based Learning: Field Trip to Space - Decimals, Graphing, Volume 5th

Project-based learning (PBL), Help your students practice decimals, measurement, volume, and graphing ordered pairs with this quality project-based learning for grades 4, 5, and 6. It includes a teacher guide walking you through each step.Have you ever wondered what field trips will be like in the future?

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Marvelous Maps Project

This is a project I used with my fourth and fifth grade Social Studies students. Students are asked to create a product map, population map, physical map, and political map. I included the grading sheet that I used for this project.

You have been hired by LEGOs to design and build a new toy! You have 90 minutes to build a prototype, design a magazine ad, and fill out a self-reflection journal with your Design Team! This collaborative, hands-on activity fosters team-building, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and social skills amongst your students! It also allows you to assess learning and communication styles. Learning Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Common Core State Standards all included. FREE!

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Map Skills - Design Your Own Amusement Park

Using map skills they've learned in class, students must design their own amusement park. Students must include map elements such as scale, a legend, symbols