How much sugar is in one bottle? Pupils use double number line diagrams to determine the amount of sugar in a 1L bottle of cola. The teacher leads a discussion on ways that double number lines can be of assistance in solving a problem...
Double negatives are highlighted in this very nice PowerPoint. Students are reminded that, when expressing a negative idea in writing, only one negative words should be used. After seeing both correct and incorrect forms, students...
It's just the way the cookie crumbles. Using the data from a class poll, learners create a double bar graph showing favorite cookie types. The pupils compare favorites between boys and girls with the aid of their graphs, then they make...
Doubles and doubles+ 1 addition is a great way to help little learners build number sense and automaticity. This presentation contains multiple examples of doubles and doubles+ 1 addition. Images of dominoes are employed to reinforce the...
There's not much to this presentation, but what is here can be useful. The main slide, which is inexplicably repeated, simply shows an example of both a single-replacement and a double-replacement reaction and then their general forms....
Looking for a festive way to practice doubles subtraction? This pumpkin concetration game requires minimal set-up and can be brought out anytime for fun practice. Consider laminating the printed template so they last longer. Partners...
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This activity is print-out ready for when your learners need to practice doubles addition. A template provides the cards, which can be laminated and used throughout the year. Partners flip over cards to try and match the equation (1+1,...
With two summers of babysitting money, Mia needs a way to compare her earning from both years. Show your learners that they can organize the data onto a double-line graph to easily compare which summer was more profitable. The lesson...
Students apply basic number concepts and computation skills while engaging in an enriching group activity. Then they demonstrate their knowledge of addition using a medium that enables everyone to show their solutions for immediate...
In this double bar graph worksheet, students make a double bar graph from given information, then solve related problems in addition to 2 test prep problems. Houghton Mifflin text referenced.
Your learners have seen basic bar graphs, but do they have experience reading double bar graphs? This worksheet details how to draw a double bar graph and provides an example with six accompanying questions. The final question asks...
These dragons work as math machines as scholars multiply numbers using given functions, which remain the same for these: double it. Using an example as their guide, learners double three whole numbers, none of which exceed 11, for each...
Introduce your learners to the concept of a double-entry journal. Talk about how to connect with the text and model an example for them. Using whatever literature you are working with, have scholars choose a quote and make their own...
Teach learners to reflect on their reading with a lesson about double-entry journals. As they read Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles, class members note interesting passages from the text on the left side of their page, and jot down...
What's better than a pendulum for studying motion and periods? A double pendulum! Young physical scientists use an interactive to explore pendulum motion—times two. The resource boasts a host of parameters to change and a running graph...
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Of particular interest to a group of business and finance pupils, this lesson plan explores depreciation of automobile values by comparing the double declining balance to the straight line method. Mostly this is done through a slide...
Annotating the Text and Identifying Argument, Claims, and Evidence: “Double Whammy” Excerpt from “The Exterminator"
That's a double whammy! Scholars read the excerpt Double Whammy from The Exterminator. After identifying the gist of the text, they annotate by marking the author's claim. The group discusses what is meant by double whammy and complete...
Practice doubling with a straightforward worksheet. Learners double plus one each number in the table, and then answer a series of hypothetical math equations.
Picture a double helix as a twisted ladder. Scholars see this image through a simulation that allows young scientists to observe a small fragment of DNA in many different formats. They compare the models, colors, bonds, and strands as...
Use a Ferris wheel to soar to new heights of understanding on double angle identities. Here is an interactive that applies an example of a Ferris wheel to show how doubling the angle does not double the value of a trigonometric ratio....
What double negatives are, and how to avoid using them, is the focus of this language arts worksheet. After a review of what double negatives are, students address 15 problems that have to do with double negatives.
In this double consonants worksheet, students choose the correct "ed" and "ing" form of words when the double consonant is added. Students complete 10 multiple choice problems.
In this grammar learning exercise, students underline each correct word in parenthesis in twenty sentences. Students choose the appropriate words that are not double negatives.
In this double consonants worksheet, 2nd graders answer eleven statements or clues associated with words with double consonants. Students place their answers in a crossword puzzle.
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