I love having kids sort things; they discover examples and nonexamples. Not only do they work somewhat kinesthetically, they have to read the sentences (visual) and they usually read them out loud (audial).
Probability Statements students were placed into mixed ability groups and…
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Used as a pre-assessment Students sorted events into likely, unlikely, impossible and certain. Identify outcomes of familiar events involving chance and describe them using everyday language such as 'will happen', 'won't happen' or 'might
This is a great activity for teaching probability to first and second grade. and grade students can organize a variety of events for probability. Organize them into certain, likely, unlikely and impossible. Perfect for a data management unit.
Geography ~ Landscapes and Their Features: In this unit students explore landscapes and common features of local environments. The unit assists the use and development of geographical inquiry and skills outlined in the Australian Curriculum.