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TeachersFirst th Day Activities: Here are fifty of our favorites. Many of these activities will challenge both lower and upper elementary students as they build better number sense for " Jump rope times.
Build the tallest house of cards you can using cards. Flip a coin times. Make a graph showing the number of heads and tails.
Roll a pair of dice times. Create a chart showing how many times each number came up. Make a graph based on the chart. Find someone who is at least years old. Ask them what life was like when they were your age. Find out which weighs more - nickels or quarters 7.
Have everyone in your class try to throw a tennis ball yards. Calculate the average throw. Count by s to 10, 9. Recite multiplication facts up to 10 x 10 with your eyes closed! Guess how much jelly beans weigh. Then weigh them and give a prize to the closest guess. Don't eat the jellybeans!
Separate jellybeans by color. What percentage of the total is the most common color? What percentage of the total is the least common color? Without using a calculator, figure out how many jellybeans each student would get if you divided jellybeans equally among all the students.
Don't eat the jellybeans. What is the probability that the first jellybean handed out will be the most common color? Think about this one! Measure the height of your classroom ceiling. How many classrooms that size could you fit into a structure that was feet tall?
Measure the space required for a student's desk and the aisle around it. How big would your classroom need to be to hold desks with the same spacing? Weigh the classroom dictionary.
Count backwards from to 0 by sevens. See who can do it most quickly. Count from 0 to by fours. Make a list of words that end in "-ly" List boys' names. Name American cities. Name cities NOT in America.
Estimate the length of a row of nickels. Measure a row of nickels to check your estimate. Have everyone in the class close their eyes.
Start a stopwatch and ask students to say "now" when they think seconds has passed. Prizes to the winner!!There are lots of ways to note the th day of school. Here are fifty of our favorites. Many of these activities will challenge both lower and upper elementary students as they build better number sense for "" Enjoy!
1. Jump rope times. 2. Build the tallest house of cards you can using These printables include all 26 letters of the alphabet.
For single letters (example: just the letter B), please see our link individual letters section. Click on the the core icon below specified worksheets to see connections to the Common Core Standards Initiative.
Please review the FAQs and contact us if you find a problem with a link. Materials: Basic Supplies Program Year 1, Level M Day 1 Bible We’re going to start the year off with reading one of the gospels. We’ll do this every year. This year we’ll read Matthew and then we’ll go back to.
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