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#### Slicing Square Watermelon

Nothing like sitting on the porch enjoying a big slice of watermelon, unless it's square and then how do we cut it? This instructional activity starts with the cube and the shape possibilities when we make cuts in different locations....

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#### Wild for Watermelon

In this multiple skills worksheet, students identify long and short vowel sounds in words and sequence the life cycle of a watermelon. Students write 14 answers.

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#### Watermelon Count

In this counting to ten worksheet, learners count the numbers of seeds on the watermelons and match them with the corresponding numbers written in the squares. Students solve 10 problems;

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#### Watermelon Number Cards

Use these festive watermelon number cards as a math manipulative in with your youngsters. Laminate and cut out a set for each student to use throughout the year, or just use one classroom set for math stations. Although there isn't a...

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#### Watermelon Graphing

Students discover bar graphs. In this primary math lesson plan, students identify the parts of watermelon seeds and other seeds. Students learn the proper names and common names which refer to the parts of the seeds as they create a bar...

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#### Working Watermelon

You're going to wish you had a watermelon for this lesson! Class members read about watermelons and make a salad in class to sample. They also perform estimates, measurements and calculations on a watermelon. They predict what percentage...

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#### Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom: Watermelon

Students complete explore what the watermelon means to Oklahoma. In this Oklahoma agriculture lesson, students create a watermelon boat, make watermelon pops, then discuss facts about the history of the Oklahoma watermelon.

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#### Wonderful Watermelon

Students complete a variety of watermelon-themed activities. They go on a scavenger hunt, complete art projects, recite chants and songs, count watermelon seeds and conduct experiments with watermelons.

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#### Writing Conventions: Singing Watermelon

In this writing and drawing practice worksheet, students study the picture of the singing watermelon and add to the picture by drawing more to the picture's story. Students then write 3 sentences about the picture.

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#### Wonderful Watermelons

First graders explore watermelons and collect and sort their seeds. In this watermelons lesson plan, 1st graders read the story Down By The Bay and then weigh, measure, collect seeds, sort, and eat their watermelon.

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#### Customized Handwriting: Watermelon

For this customized handwriting: watermelon worksheet, 1st graders change the style, font and text, then print the worksheet to practice printing and color the picture of the watermelon.

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#### Watermelon Word Challenge

In this word challenge game worksheet, students list as many words as they can from the letters in the word watermelon. The worksheet includes 14 hints for words the students may use.

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#### See any Seeds?

Oh no! These watermelons have no seeds! Beginning counters use fun templates as they roll dice and draw the resulting number of seeds onto the watermelon image. They also write the number in the space beside the watermelon. Consider...

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#### Wonderful Watermelon Unit

Students get involved in an integrated unit on watermelons. They get knowledgeable about watermelons. This activity involves each student decorating a watermelon and predicting the outcome of it.

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#### "Watermelon Day" Silent Letters Activity

In this Watermelon Day silent words worksheet, students circle silent letters in a set of 5 sentences, then sort given words into columns of silent k, g or w.

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#### Voluminous Veggies in the Math Garden

What do rectangular watermelons, the game of Battleship, and soil beds have in common? Explore the relationship between area and volume with an educational lesson plan about gardening and geometry. Kids work in pairs to calculate the...

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#### Watermelon - A Slice of Fun

In this multiple math skills about watermelons worksheet, young scholars solve most and least word problems, subtract to solve a cod and find the answer to a question, count coins, and graph types of watermelons. Students solve 28...

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#### Exploring and Oregon Commodity

A fun (and delicious!) lesson teaches measurement to your third graders. They work in small groups to first predict, then to measure the weight, circumference, and number of seeds found in a watermelon. Everyone gets to eat watermelon...

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#### Counting Watermelon Seeds

In this counting worksheet, students match the number of seeds in each watermelon slice. Students cut out 6 slices and glue them to their match at the top of the page.

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#### Solving Systems with Substitutions

How many large and small watermelons did he sell? Just use the given information to write and solve a system of equations! The two videos accompanying the lesson explain the substitution method and then introduce problem solving. The...

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#### Wally Watermelon Coloring Page

In this early childhood Wally Watermelon coloring page worksheet, students discover the letter Ws and color the picture of the watermelon.

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#### Watermelon Math

Students compute the mean and median of the number of seeds in a watermelon. They work in groups with a slice of water to complete and compare their calculations. They get a class average and mean.

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#### Watermelon - Connect the Dots 1-13

In this connect the dots worksheet, students use the numbers 1-13 to form a picture of a watermelon which they can color. There are no questions associated with the worksheet.

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#### Fruit or Vegetable?

Watermelon is a vegetable? A tomato is a fruit? Believe it or not, this debate is decades old. Groups examine rulings by the US Supreme Court, the USDA, and state statutes before developing their own criteria to use when labeling the...