Melissa Wheeler

Melissa Wheeler

Melissa Wheeler
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A hands-on math & science lesson that highlights volume, mass and comparison -- using the kids favorite snack!

A hands-on math & science lesson that highlights volume, mass and comparison -- using the kids favorite snack!

This activity is a perfect task to use in assessing your students knowledge and understanding of capacity.To complete the task the students must work out which cup holds the most liquid. They will nee

This activity is a perfect task to use in assessing your students knowledge and understanding of capacity.To complete the task the students must work out which cup holds the most liquid. They will nee

A set of 10 fun, hands-on challenge activities to investigate capacity. Great for reinforcing key vocabulary and concepts. The visual capacity challenge cards also come with a ‘Teacher Guide’ – ideal for double-sided laminating. Activities include sorting containers relating to capacity and finding out which container will be best for a thirsty Ted to drink from. Why not display our capacity key word cards to reinforce key vocabulary such as full, empty and half full

A set of 10 fun, hands-on challenge activities to investigate capacity. Great for reinforcing key vocabulary and concepts. The visual capacity challenge cards also come with a ‘Teacher Guide’ – ideal for double-sided laminating. Activities include sorting containers relating to capacity and finding out which container will be best for a thirsty Ted to drink from. Why not display our capacity key word cards to reinforce key vocabulary such as full, empty and half full

A great fine motor and math activity.  Have students count the number of drops and record the results.  Read more to get the sure fire trick to make this work in your special education classroom.  Go to:  http://teachbesideme.com/eye-dropper-dot-counting/

A great fine motor and math activity. Have students count the number of drops and record the results. Read more to get the sure fire trick to make this work in your special education classroom. Go to: http://teachbesideme.com/eye-dropper-dot-counting/

Measurement  Inquiry  - For CAP classrooms, this could double in the discovery center with a graph (children put their name under the color they think has the most)-- Also, this is important- please use non-breakable PLASTIC jars and hot glue the lids on. :)

Measurement Inquiry - For CAP classrooms, this could double in the discovery center with a graph (children put their name under the color they think has the most)-- Also, this is important- please use non-breakable PLASTIC jars and hot glue the lids on. :)