How to Make a Calculator Costume | eHow.com
A calculator can help you turn a complex math equation into a simple solution, but it can also help you solve your costume woes; use calculators as inspiration for an original and easy-to-construct costume.
Ideas For Math-Themed Halloween Costumes | eHow.com
A math-themed costume serves as alternative to the run-of-the mill witches, ghosts and princesses that appear every Halloween. Create a straightforward costume such as a calculator, or opt for wordplay, alternating the definitions of "pi" and "pie" for a bit of math-related humor.
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Discover hauntingly easy ideas for DIY kids' homemade Halloween costumes on Disney Family. Choose from scary costumes, last-minute ideas, animal outfits and more!
The Most Terrifying Costume for an 8 Year Old Ever – Homework!
At dinner I asked my 8 year old son what he wanted to be for Halloween. He thought for a moment and then said that he wanted to be something scary. So...
Word Recognition #2: This activity would be good for working on number and color sight words. Pair a number and color on an index cards placed in a circle. Have a manipulative of some sort in the middle the children could use to put at each card to match what it says. This would be great for a sight word center.
The First Grade Parade - marching through a primary world
When I taught Kindergarten, one of the girls on my team made these one-to-one correspondence math games for the kids. We kept them in our math tubs pretty much all year long because they were great for the kids to play when they were finished with their work, plus they were great for reinforcing rote counting and one-to-one correspondence. To kick it up a notch and make it “First Grade friendly”, I made a little addition/subtraction game out of similar game “boards”. The kids LOVE these…
How much does it cost to host trick-or-treat? The Monroe on a Budget Halloween candy math project explains how to determine the number of pieces of candy per pckage and how to calculate cost per piece. The examples include coupon, dollar store and warehouse store pricing and non-candy treats. This was a hugely popular article when it was posted in 2011.
A Cozy Classroom Idea and Halloween Update! - Young Teacher Love
I’m here to share a quick resource update and some great cozy ideas to spruce up your room! The first Halloween resource is my Halloween Mystery Picture Coordinate Graphing packet. It includes a number of different coordinate graphing mystery pictures for students to work on. My students are obsessed with these. They even beg to do […]
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