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#### Linking Number Patterns and Algebraic Expressions

Examine algebra using digital resources! Budding mathematicians will watch Cyberchase episode segments that propose a problem. Using information gathered from the video, they practice recording number patterns in several different ways:...

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#### Bianca's Body Math

A fun activity is presented in this math worksheet. Youngsters mark off seven of their footlengths, then perform other measurements of their bodies to see if there are any correllations. Students discover that, for many of them, their...

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#### Math Combinations

Students examine how to use lists, tables, and tree diagrams to solve math combinations. They create various combinations of outfits using clothing manipulatives, watch an episode of the PBS series Cyberchase, and play an interactive...

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#### Math Magic

Learners work in pairs, and take turns pretending to be a magician. There are a set of instructions for the magician to follow. A penny and a dime are used, and odd and even numbers are employed for multiplying. There is also a nifty...

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#### Gotcha Covered, Pardner!

Young geometers use the interactive website Cyberchase to practice calculating both area and perimeter. Real world problems encourage learners to discover that we use math each and every day.

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#### I'll Halve S'more Please!

There is a lot to learn about fractions, and this is a fun way to do it! Individuals participate in a Cyberchase activity to describe a fraction in terms of sharing parts of a whole. They determine the meaning of the parts of a fraction,...

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#### Arguing over Area

With the help of the Area Officers and Perimeter Patrol, you learners will develop a better understanding of area and its relationship to perimeter. First, they view a video clip from Cyberchase, and then they visit a website to test...

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#### Get Me to the Premiere on Time

Students discover how to calculate speed, distance, and rate. In this problem solving lesson plan, students view an episode of "Cyberchase" and use the distance formula to determine the fastest route that the main character in the...

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#### Patterns to the Rescue!

Track down the Cyberchase episode that this lesson is associated with. Using a worksheet that is embedded in the plan, learners must find the next two numbers and shapes (a double pattern). Once these have been discovered, pupils try...

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#### 100 Or Bust!

Elementary schoolers use their understanding of place value to develop a strategy for a number game. In this lesson, pupils use place value to play "100 or Bust" and figure out a good winning strategy. These kinds of math games are...

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#### Harry's Job at a Candy Store

Teach the class how to multiply fractions by a whole number with a Cyberchase video and real-world problems. This lesson includes a video, a worksheet and assessment options.

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#### Introduction to Angle Measure

An all-encompassing package provides video clips that demonstrate real-world activities that have to do with angles. After watching the Cyberchase cartoons, learners discuss why a "v" shape is used to measure a turn. A pair of vital...

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#### Plotting Pairs of Coordinate Points in all Four Quadrants to Construct Lines

Here is a lesson on coordinates that has pupils view three Cyberchase video clips illustrating the definition of "point" and "line." Along the way, learners will discuss what characters from the videos do, and where problems lie in their...

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#### Cyberchase

Pupils participate in math games to learn to count combinations. In this counting combinations lesson, students complete the 'Cyber Chow Combos Organizer' to practice counting combinations. Pupils then complete a combinations activity...

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#### Using Variables in Simple Equations

A Cyberchase clip shows Hacker creating a game show that uses a variable to find out how much power is produced by a gleamer bug. Follow the video with a lesson about using variables to solve equations. Terrific handouts and assessments...

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#### Plotting Pairs of Coordinate Points in All Four Quadrants to Construct Lines

Your young graphers are motivated by watching three Cyberchase videos to plot points in all four quadrants, connect pairs of points to make a line segment, and find the point of intersection of two lines.

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#### A Different Point of View

Elementary schoolers utilize a pattern worksheet embedded in this plan to work on a deeper understanding of geometric concepts like symmetry and congruency. Since geometry is such a visual form of mathematics, this lesson should fit...

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#### Modeling Mania Math Topic: Using Models

Students examine problem solving techniques when working on spatial problems. They discover how models, sketches, and drawings can be used to understand on something works. They design a model of a bridge using given dimensions and...

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#### Bead Patterns

Students explore the concept of patterns by engaging in a creative project. In this pattern lesson, students use beads and pipe cleaners to create bead patterns, watch an episode of Cyberchase, and have a class discussion about...

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#### Fitness Evaluated Using Rate

Students examine fitness rates. In this rate versus time lesson plan, students watch a Cyberchase episode segment and then fill in missing values in a table to show maintenance of rates.

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#### Data Clusters and Distributions

Students explore the concept of data clusters. In this survey information activity, students watch an episode of "Cyberchase" and then discuss the pros and cons of conducting surveys and reading their results.

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#### Introducing Decimals and Decimal Addition

Pupils explore equivalence of fractional tenths and decimals. In this Cyberchase decimals lesson, students repair a railroad track that Hacker continuously sabotages. The tracks are measured in decimal lengths, so the CyberSquad has to...

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#### Math, Cyberchase Style

Students use patterns to predict the next step in problem solving. They create their own patterns using a poster sized Cyberboard.

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#### Using Two Variables to Express Algebraic Relationships

Harry needs a new wardrobe. Mathematicians watch a Cyberchase episode in which Harry uses a $100 budget for a fashion update. This anticipatory video prepares your class for a instructional activity in the use of two variables to solve...