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#### Creating a Rain Garden

Use this series of lessons to empower your gardeners to plan for, design, and implement a rain garden on campus! From planning water flow and calculating volume to acting in an interpretive play where they become plants, learners will be...

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#### Introducing Measurements in the Laboratory

We use basic units of measurement to break down things and communicate clearly. The first lesson in an 11-part series teaches the proper way to measure various items. It starts simply with measuring the dimensions and areas of geometric...

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#### Unit Conversions and Problem Solving with Metric Measurement

Convert young mathematicians' knowledge of place value into an understanding of the metric system with this five-lesson unit. Through a series of problem solving activities and practice exercises, students learn about the relationship...

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#### Different Weight and Capacity Worksheets

Learners solve 14 word problems and 25 weight conversions.

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#### Percent of a Number: Acid Solution

Mathematicians answer five questions about percents, ratios, and proportions with help from an interactive graduated cylinder. Question types include multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and discussion.

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#### Volume and Capacity

Differentiated instruction through leveled learning contracts boosts scholars' knowledge of volume and capacity. Participants split into three groups based on ability and interest before choosing three activities from their learning...

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#### Fermi Volume

It is about this big. An assessment provides three questions on the estimations of volume. Pupils determine the quantities needed and use dimensional analysis to arrive at estimations involving dollar bills, paint, and gasoline.

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#### Hot Coffee

Your classes will be wide awake during a piping hot lesson! Introduce the resource with a video of the world-record-breaking cup of coffee. Learners work to determine the volume of the cup of coffee to predict if it will break the record.

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#### Volumetric Apparatus

Can your class tell the difference between a burette and a pipette? Develop their lab apparatus knowledge using a series of puzzles. The online activity associates the name, image, and sizes of burettes, pipettes, volumetric flasks, and...

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#### Mixing Liquids

Sometimes being mixed up is a good thing! Young chemists explore the basics of making solutions with a realistic interactive. Pupils observe the differences in volume using quantities of water and ethanol, as well as the effects of...

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#### Applying Surface Area and Volume to Aquariums

Exactly how much water does that aquarium hold? Class members determine the space required to hold one gallon of water. They first figure out the measurements of an aquarium and then calculate the number of gallons it will hold.

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task: Grade 7 Mathematics Module 3

Pupils work seven problems that use equations and expressions to solve geometry problems. The questions range from finding equivalent expressions to finding areas and volumes of figures. Learners use their knowledge of angle...

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#### Volume and Surface Area

The 26th part of a 28-part series requires pupils to determine whether the answer to a problem requires surface area or volume. The class works problems about fish tanks that make individuals decide based on the question which...

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#### The Volume of a Right Prism II

Discover the difference between what a container can hold and its volume. The 25th part of a 28-part series presents problems that require pupils to determine the amount of liquid a prism can hold. Learners must take into account the...

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#### Volume and Surface Area II

Determine the cost of projects based on volume or surface area. Pupils work problems to determine the cost of building a brick planter and a stainless steel feeder in the 27th installment of a 28-part series. Participants must take into...

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#### Measuring Viscosity

Groups use a marble to determine the viscosity of household fluids. The procedure calls for pupils to measure the amount of time it takes a marble to fall a specified distance in the fluids. Using unit conversions and algebra, the teams...

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#### Practice World Problems

For upper elementary aged mathematicians, this worksheet provides word problem practice involving distance, money, liquid volumes, and time.

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#### Calculating Rainwater Runoﬀ

Young scientists determine the storage capacity of the school cistern and calculate the volume of water captured from the roof runoff during a rainstorm.

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#### Geometry and Volume

The history of math is fascinating! Utilize a woodcut primary source image from 1492 and posters from the 1930s to help geometers apply their volume-calculation skills to real-life questions.

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#### King of Math Junior

Do your students have what it takes to be the king of math? Find out with this fun skills practice game that covers a wide range of topics from counting and basic operations to measurement and fractions.

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#### H2O to Go to Go

Youngsters engage in a relay race where they dip a sponge in water, run to a bucket, and squeeze out the sponge. They have five minutes to take turns transporting water to the goal. Whey the time is up, each team measures the total...

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#### Physical Science: Festival of Bubbles

Investigate bubbles through the use of scientific inquiry. Pupils blow bubbles using several methods and measure the resulting bubble print. Measurements are recorded on a data table and transferred to a bar graph. Results are discussed...

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#### Metric Units of Capacity - Homework 12.8

Upper graders convert liters and milliliters, choose the better estimates of capacity for objects, and choose the better unit to measure capacity. They solve eleven problems.

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#### Metric Units of Capacity - Reteach 12.8

Here is a metric units of capacity conversion worksheet in which learners convert liters and milliliters of liquids. They solve twelve problems.