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#### Pocket Heart

An all-encompassing, fully interactive, gorgeously animated model of the heart can be used to teach cardiac anatomy, physiology, and even a touch of epidemiology.

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#### Heart to Heart

Begin a unit on the heart, the parts and the function of the heart, and about heart disease with a resource that includes a lecture, a PowerPoint presentation, and research information. The lesson is the first of a four-part series and...

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#### Designing and Analyzing Data Collected from Wearable Devices to Solve Problems in Health Care

Wearable devices have become more the norm than the exception. Learners analyze data from a sample device with a regression analysis in a helpful hands-on lesson. Their focus is to determine if there is a connection between temperature...

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#### Raspberry Chocolate Heart Cake

Have you ever finished a piece of cake and wished you had more? Solve this common dilemma with math! A straightforward worksheet prompts middle schoolers to use the given dimensions of a heart-shaped cake when planning to bake two larger...

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#### Parametric Equations and a Heart

Trigonometry, art, and Valentine's Day come together in a creative activity about parametric equations. Learners calculate several equations before graphing them either by hand, on a graphic calculator, or Excel spreadsheet to curve...

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#### Which Sweet Heart Candy Is the Best Deal?

Get the most Valentine's candy for your money with a fun math activity! After examining three deals for buying candy hearts in bulk, young mathematicians decide which deal is the best and use bar graphs to demonstrate their claim. They...

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#### Measuring to the Nearest Half Inch - Problem Solving 13.2

In this measuring length worksheet, students measure 4 lengths of ribbon to the nearest half inch then use the measurements to solve 3 word problems which require the students to order the measurements and compare measurements.

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#### What Happens During a Heart Attack?

Though heart attacks are common, they don't have to be inevitable. A short video not only details what happens during a heart attack, but also provides suggestions for how to lessen the risk factors for the world's leading killer.

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#### The Heart of the Matter

Upper elementary pupils learn about the blood transportation system and anatomy of the human heart. They fill in an outline of the human heart (not included) focusing on the flow of blood to and from the heart. Using stethoscopes, they...

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#### Heart of the Matter

Hands-on experience with valves and water flow supports young researchers' understanding of valve operation. Attached resources for learners are text-dense; I'd break up the text into smaller pieces for groups to read and present...

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#### Place Value and Powers of Ten - Problem Solving 1.2

Use this place value learning exercise to have learners solve six word problems that include writing numbers in expanded, word, or standard form.

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#### Application Problem Using an Equation - Target Heart Rate

Get your heart pumping! A linear equation can compute the target heart rate of an individual based on their age. A thorough lesson demonstrates how to use an equation to calculate the age of an individual given a target heart rate. The...

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#### Applications of Equations - Heart Rate, Simple Interest, Population Growth

Here's a lesson sure to get your heart beating! Scholars learn how to apply equations to solve problems by watching a short YouTube video. They substitute values into given linear and exponential equations to determine values for heart...

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#### Words by Heart: Guided Imagery

Sad, depressed, miserable, inconsolable, forlorn: so many synonyms have a lot of variety with their connotations. Through the guided imagery activity, writers explore the use of connotation and its influence on imagery and description by...

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#### More Chocolate Candy?

Everyone knows that candy is the best part of any holiday—but which holiday's candy gives you the most bang for your buck? Analyze a chocolate heart, a chocolate bat, and a normal piece of chocolate to decide which piece of candy has the...

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#### The Heart of the Matter

Students discuss importance of heart fitness, research essential questions relating to teen fitness, practice using heart rate monitors daily, collect and record information, and analyze information at end of quarter to determine whether...

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#### Valentine Heart Color by Number

This Valentine's Day, give your sweet mathematicians a color-by-number worksheet that has them solving division problems. After solving each problem, individuals color the squares a certain color based on the answer they got. The final...

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#### Line of Symmetry - Problem Solving 16.3

An excellent identifying lines of symmetry word problems activity has learners observe and use figures and numbers to answer word problems. They solve five word problems.

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#### Addition Hearts

Two hearts are better than one, I always say. Have your little ones use the numbers and images contained within these hearts to count and add numbers up to ten. There are four problems to solve. Because objects are included along with...

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#### Broken-Heart Matching Game

Students use this fun game to practice, reinforce, or apply a wide variety of skills around Valentine's Day. Each students receives half a heart with zig-zag cuts made of pink construction paper with a piece of information. Their job is...

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#### Peak Heart Rates

Healthy algebra students start their day studying peak heart rate posters that look very much like tables. Through some good questioning, collaborative groups work to read between the lines to find other age-peak heart rate relationships...

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#### Heartifacts

Using rates of various heart functions, pupils determine the number of beats and amount of blood pumped for various times. Once they finish that, learners create a problem using the amount of work accomplished by the heart hourly.

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#### Conversation Heart Graphing

Sixth graders review the different types of graphs (bar, line, pictograph) They predict the data set they can garner several boxes of conversation hearts. Students record their data using an Excel spreadsheet. They create a graph based...

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#### Three Bags Full

Sheep are not just for the barnyard: they can be wooly fun in the classroom as well. This curriculum unit includes simple poetry, fluffy arts and crafts, musical fingerplay, a page of word problems, and a wool science experiment. Of...

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#### Know by Heart Addition

In this addition worksheet, student practice answering sets of "know by heart" problems as quickly as possible A reference website for additional resources is given.

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#### Integrated Algebra Practice: Systems of Linear Equation Word Problems

For this systems of equations worksheet, students solve 10 short answer problems. Students write and solve systems of equations given a word problem.

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#### Heart, Ears, Nose, Throat, Health

For this algebra worksheet,students solve a cryptarithm involving the heart, ears, nose and throat to find out how it all adds up to ones health. There is an answer key to this word problem.

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#### Simple Probability

The probability of learning from this lesson is high! Learners calculate probabilities as numbers and as decimals. They see how to use a complement to find a probability and even try a simple geometric probability problem.

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#### My Heart, My Family, Our Culture: Smoking

Two pages list facts about the dangers of smoking, the benefits of quitting, and tips to cut the habit.

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#### Heart Smart in a Heart Beat

As an introductory activity, young statisticians measure their heart rate at rest and after exercise and compute the mean and median, and create a box & whisker plot. This is followed by watching a video (that no longer seems to...

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#### The Beat of Your Heart

Students explore different applications involving their own heart. In this illumination lesson students measure their fists and relate it to the dimensions of their hearts.

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#### Beating hearts

Students investigate the effect of exercise on heart rate. In this middle school science lesson, students conduct an experiment in which they do three different exercises and use a CBL 2 to measure heart rate. Students compare resting...

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#### Multiplication Word Problems

In this multiplication worksheet, 4th graders read the 2 multiplication word problems and solve the problems that use 2 and 3 digit multiplication equations.

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#### Problem Solving Strategies: Pre Test

ï»¿ï»¿In this problem solving worksheet, students answer multiple choice questions about math word problems and choosing the best strategy to solve them. Students answer 10 questions total.

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#### Valentine's Day Themed Math Word Problems

In this Valentine's Day subtraction and addition learning exercise, 2nd graders work out and solve 2 word problems involving subtraction and addition.

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#### Problem-Solving Strategy: Find a Pattern

In this intermediate problem solving strategy worksheet, students find patterns in 5 word problems in order to solve each of them.

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#### Problem-Solving Strategy: Find a Pattern

In this intermediate problem solving strategy worksheet, students practice their math skills as they find patterns in order to solve 2 problems.

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#### Why Be Active?

What are some of the benefits of physical activity? Young learners take a look at not just the physical benefits, but also the emotional and social benefits of being physically active. There is a heart rate activity to count their...

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#### Introduction to Real Air Traffic Control—Problem Set A

Understand what it takes to control planes safely. The first lesson in a series of six introduces the class to the air traffic control situation. The pupils develop their understanding of units used in air travel, then learn how to read...

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#### Heart Rate and Physical Fitness Research

Students investigate the causes of heart disease and survey the staff to gather data on their health and family history. In this health lesson students create a PowerPoint presentation and brochure on the communities health.

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#### Know By Heart Addition Facts to 20

Some people call them fast facts and some call it recall with automaticity, test your class with this timed basic addition facts worksheet. It includes 7 sections of 8 addition problems each focused on a different set of problems.

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#### Buying at the Beach

Let's go to the beach! Your second and third graders complete five word problems to determine whether or not Miguel, Donna, Sandy, Fernanda or Sam have enough money to buy what their heart desires.

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#### Doctor's Appointment

Geometric volume calculations are brought into the real world in a quick set of application problems. Learners are asked to help a patient figure out how to drink a prescribed amount of water both at work and at home. This activity...

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#### Simplification of Radical Expressions

This light-hearted presentation starts with the basics of multiplying square roots and simplifying them with prime factorization. It then progresses through using these skills to normalize/rationalize rational expressions that contain...

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#### Heart Facts Internet Activity

For this heart facts worksheet, students click on the links in the questions about the heart to find the answers to the questions and then come back and answer the questions. Students answer 16 questions total.

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#### Valentine heart Game

First graders participate in a math and music Valentine activity. In this rhythm pattern instructional activity, 1st graders sing "Love Somebody" and clap out the rhythms. Students pick a heart and answer a math question. Correct...

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#### Problem-Solving Application: Making Predictions

In this problem-solving instructional activity, learners learn how to make a prediction in problem-solving by using the 4 steps: understand, plan, solve and look back. They then use this problem-solving skill to answer 4 questions.

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#### How Does our Heart Rate Change?

Students feel their pulse and describe it. They predict whether certain activities will increase or decrease their heart rates. Students use a heart rate sensor to determine resting heart rates and those after activity. In conclusion,...

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#### Body Voyager

Students explore the significance of a resting and an active heart rate. In this heart lesson students chart data on their pulse and draw a diagram of the heart.

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#### Measuring Blood Pressure

In this cardiovascular worksheet, students read through notes, label a diagram and complete 22 review questions in the format of short answer, matching, and problem solving.

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#### Diving, Flying, & Climbing

Students explore Boyle's Law. For this Boyle's Law lesson, students complete problems involving Boyle's Law. They examine the effects of Boyle's Law upon the human body. Students use the Internet to complete a lab activity.

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#### Act in Time to Heart Attack Signs

Students examine the extent of the heart attack problem in the U.S. and identify the common heart attack warning signs. They watch and discuss a video, read a brochure, discuss overhead transparencies, identify the steps to take to...

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#### Sweethearts Candy

Sweethearts® candies are a beloved Valentine's Day treat—so much so that eight billion hearts are produced every year around the world! Learners use number sense reasoning and critical thinking to solve nine word problems about the...

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#### Blood Pressure Basics

Under pressure! The second lesson of the series introduces the class to blood pressure and the impact of high blood pressure on the cardiovascular system. It helps learners make the connection between blood pressure and how the heart...

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#### Spelling Test Nightmare

What do you do when faced with a bully? Scholars answer this question when presented with a scenario regarding two learners and their spelling test grades. They take part in a grand conversation that leads to problem solving and sorting...

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#### Can You Spot the Problem with These Headlines? (Level 1)

What's the story behind the headlines for scientifically researched products? Viewers of a short video identify the fallacies in headlines designed to lure the unwary.

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#### Breaking News English: Canada Leader Eats Raw Seal Heart

In this ESL worksheet, students first read or listen to a text about a Canadian governor-general who ate a raw seal heart to show her support for seal hunting. Students complete 8 pages of comprehension exercises. Included are...

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#### Know By Heart Addition Facts To 20

In this addition worksheet, students solve the 56 addition problems. They are each in groups of 8 and students record how many seconds it took to get each group done. The problems all involve adding 2 single digit numbers together. The...

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#### Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Approach word problems using these straightforward addition and subtraction practice scenarios. Learners choose answers from a list, recording the corresponding letter next to each problem. Ten questions involve basic addition and...

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#### How Big Is Your Heart?

Students complete a performance about the heart. In this heart lesson plan, students learn about the heart functions and then perform them.

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#### The "Heart" of the Problem

Students explore mathematical operations while studying nutrition. In this physical fitness instructional activity, students explore calories, pulse rate, and the circulatory system. Students use mathematical data to create a healthy...

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#### Count the Hearts

In this counting the hearts worksheet, students count the number of hearts and record the total number. Students solve 1 problem.

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#### Count the Hearts (11)

In this counting the hearts learning exercise, students count the number of hearts and record the total number. Students solve 1 problem.

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#### Count the Hearts (9)

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#### The Effect of Math Anxiety on Cardiovascular Homeostasis

Using a pulse monitor, learners will measure a resting pulse, take a math test, and then measure the pulse again. They analyze the change in pulse and compare it to performance on the test. This multi-purpose lesson can be used in a...

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#### Addition Odd or Even Valentine's Day

Get in the Valentine's Day spirit with an addition worksheet. Scholars solve problems and color answers different colors depending on whether they are even or odd.

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#### Blood Cell Basics

Students design a proportional model of blood out of red gelatin, a plastic bag, and rice. They study the components that make up blood and investigate what happens when the arteries in different scenerios. They work in pairs in order to...

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#### A Cardioid for Valentine’s Day

It's Valentine's Day in geometry class! Celebrate the day of love with a heart-themed activity in which young mathematicians create a cardioid on polar graph paper.

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#### Fermi Estimates II

How many hot dogs does Fenway Park go through in a year? Learners estimate answers to this question and more as they work through the task. Problems require participants to make assumptions and use those assumptions to make estimations.

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#### Fermi Estimates I

Enrico Fermi, the physicist responsible for the first nuclear detonation, was known for his ability to estimate with little or no data. Use this task to have your classes practice their Fermi skills. They estimate the magnitude of three...

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#### Frog Dissection

Hop into exploration of a frog's anatomy with this collection of dissection resources. With the help of the included virtual dissection website, worksheets, and printable diagrams, students will have no problem navigating their way...

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#### An Introduction to Edgar Allan Poe

True!—Do not be nervous—very, very dreadfully nervous about showing this student-produced PowerPoint. The eyes of your pupils will be wide, wide open as events from the life of Edgar Allan Poe are detailed, and vocabulary and key facts...

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#### Healthy Hearts

Students research the basic concepts of heart health and disease and become an expert in an area as it relates to the heart and circulatory system. They prepare a multimedia presentation of their findings.

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#### Know your Heart Parts and Functions

Middle schoolers put together a 3-D interactive "heart" puzzle and learn the names of heart parts.

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#### Miracles of the Heart

Students watch a movie. In this cultures lesson, students read A World Without Black People and then discuss segregation. Students watch the video Partners of the Heart or Something the Lord Made and then reflect on the video in their...

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#### One Digit Addition

In this addition worksheet, students solve one digit addition problems where the problems and answers are both in hearts and they have to match them up. Students complete 18 problems.

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#### The Heart of Your Paper: 11 Methods for Writing a Topic Sentence (or a Thesis Statement)

Help your young writers produce high-quality topic and thesis statements that go beyond basic wording and really illustrate complex ideas and critical thinking skills. From however and compound sentence statements to using rhetorical...

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#### Angle Problems and Solving Equations II

Demonstrate the application of algebra to geometric angle relationships with an activity that asks learners to use what they know about adjacent and vertical angles to write algebraic equations. Diagrams become more complex in this...

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#### Problems Over the Border

Discuss the issue of illegal Mexican immigration and its effects on the Mexican people. Play the song "Migra" by Carlos Santana, and have learners analyze the lyrics to help gain an awareness of the difficulties Mexicans face. This is...

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#### The Biggest Valentine Ever

Combine hearts with minds in a reading comprehension activity with a Valentine's Day theme. Steven Kroll's The Biggest Valentine Ever, named one of the best books for kids in 2014, provides kids with an opportunity to practice their...

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#### The Excretory System: From Your Heart to the Toilet

Beginning with how different animals excrete waste, this short video moves on to the human excretory system from the kidneys, to capillaries, to the loop of Henle, to the excretion out of the body.

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#### The Effect of Math Anxiety on Cardiovascular Homeostasis

Young scholars examine the effect stress due to test anxiety may have on the heart. As part of the experiment, students hypothesize, collect data, graph data, analyze data and formulate an understanding of their personal level of...

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#### A Busy Pump

Students use a PowerPoint presentation to view how the heart works. They write a summary of how the heart moves blood through the body and include a labeled diagram with their work.

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#### The Cardiac 100

Learners make a full scale diagram. In this heart and blood flow lesson, students pretend they must design the cardiac 100 racecourse and they must teach the new blood cells how to get around the heart. Learners create a mini drawing and...

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#### Power

If you need to teach about power, this is an outstanding educational resource! It provides definitions of work and power, and gives examples to help junior physicists apply the information. The format is neat and the graphics are...

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#### Formula for Fitness

Many youngsters don't understand that fitness is a life-long endeavor, and that it really pays off to be healthy. Use a spreadsheet to document progress in a fitness plan to see if there really in a benefit to running and exercise. Adapt...

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#### Build an Oxygen Plant

Students create models of an oxygen-delivery system and relate it to the function of the human circulatory system.

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#### Origins: A Simple Word Game For Use In Human Relations Trainings

Words can hurt. Words may not break bones but they can break a heart. An activity focused on the meaning of and the history of some often heard words and phrases is designed to raise awareness of the importance of choosing words...

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#### Exploratory Problem: Cardiac Output Rates

In this rate problem, students explore the cardiac output of a patients heart by using the dye dilution method. They determine an interval of time and set up an integral to express the exact amount flow. This two-page worksheet...

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#### Use Proprotions To Solve Word Problems

Eighth graders explore ratios and proportions and how they are used in day to day life. As an activity, they find their own heart rate and then take a survey of other heart rates in the room. After organizing the data, 8th graders use...

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#### Pascal's Hearts

In this math patterns puzzle instructional activity, students practice their problem solving skills as they complete this math patterns puzzle.

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#### Know By Heart Addition Facts

In this addition facts worksheet, students practice answering addition problems as quickly as possible using numbers 1-10. An answer key is given.

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#### Word Problems for Sixth Grade Math

In this math and word problems worksheet, 6th graders read and solve 2 problems using multiplication and division skills.

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#### Blood and the Circulatory System

For this circulatory system worksheet, students review the organs that are involved with this body system, including their structure and function. Students explore the problems that can occur with the circulatory system. This worksheet...

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#### Valentine Heart Game

First graders clap a rhythm pattern notated on a board, and then make up their own patterns on percussion instruments. They answer addition and subtraction problems.

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#### Listen to Your Heart

Sixth graders explore how exercise affects heart rate and use spreadsheets to record and analyze data.

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#### Multiply One-Digit Numbers: Math Hearts

In this multiplication worksheet, students complete 12 problems, multiplying one-digit numbers printed inside pictures of hearts.

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#### Using Manipulatives and/or Technology to Solve Math Problems

After listening to Grandfather Tang's Story by Ann Tompert your students will answer questions and then use tangrams to create the animal shapes shown in the story and complete a worksheet.

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#### Community Survey and Heart Rate Monitor

Students research about the leading causes of heart disease. In this biology lesson, students survey the faculty and staff of their school regarding their heart health. They create a presentation to share their findings with the class.

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#### In the Wink of an Eye

In this multiplying two-digit numbers and connecting the dots worksheet, students solve the problems, identify the even products, and connect the dot beside each problem to the heart on the right and left sides of the circle to create a...

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#### ABC’s of Bullying Prevention

What is the problem? Why should I care? What can I do about it? These three questions are at the heart of a program designed to lead young people to understand that the way to prevent bullying is for their Attitude and Behavior to Change...

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#### INVESTIGATING PULSE RATE

Students determine pulse rates using Team Labs heart rate monitor software and probe. They determine the effect on pulse rate of at attention, holding your breath, breathing into a bag, deep breathing, exercise, and make a line graph...

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#### Pronoun Agreement

Cross your t's, dot your i's to make sure your pronouns are in agreement. This worksheet provides great practice for identifying incorrectly-used pronouns. In total, there are 10multiple choice problems. Tip: Use this as a language arts...

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#### The Tiny Fish That's Changing Modern Medicine

The key to curing cancer could be swimming around in your aquarium! Young biologists meet the zebra fish and learn about its contributions to medicine in the 149th installment in a series of science videos. The content includes how fish...

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#### The Old Chicken Run Problem

Sixth graders apply problem solving strategies to work with a real life situation in which they need to determine the area. They determine the area of chicken runs that are rectangular in shape when give a partial perimeter.

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#### Applying Properties to Variables

Eighth graders combine like terms in this properties of variables instructional activity. Using named items (stars, moons and hearts), they combine like terms using variables. They use the distributive property to combine like terms....

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#### Why Be Active?

Are there benefits to being physically active? Yes! There are both short-term and long-term benefits! Being physically active doesn't just have strengthen you physically, but also emotionally and socially. Learners find out how to...

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#### Consuming Cola

Caffeine affects your heart rate — or does it? Learners study experimental design while conducting their own experiment. They collect heart rate data after drinking a caffeinated beverage, create a box plot, and draw conclusions. They...

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#### How does the solution change?

Four simple equations, each with two variables, try to get at the important question of reasoning about equations. The problem isn't to solve the equations, but to understand the nature of their solutions. These equations address the...

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#### Busy Day

This activity gets at the heart of algebraic reasoning and setting up equations with one variable to solve real-world problems. The worksheet has only one problem, but it requires that learners first use their own reasoning capabilities...

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#### The Scientific Method in Action

Get your science fledglings to spread their wings with this learning exercise. After teaching them about the scientific process, give them two real-life scenarios to think critically through: Fleming's experimentation with penicillin and...

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#### Dear Sleepy

In this sleep learning exercise, learners select a letter about different sleep issues to research and write a response suggestion solutions to the problems.

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#### Human Body Series - The Digestive System Quiz (Grades 6 to 8)

Get those gastric juices going with a delicious quiz on the digestive system! Middle school learners fill in the blanks about the process of digestion, the function of different organs and fluids, and problems that can occur with the...

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#### Partitioning Circles and Rectangles- Independent Practice

Start simple by using a shape-partitioning worksheet. Scholars begin by segmenting basic shapes in halves and quarters. On the second page, they move on to more complex shapes, such as a heart and a cross, also partitioning them in half...

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#### Santé

How is your health? Intermediate Francophones read a two-paragraph text about healthy eating and the problems associated with those who do not make healthy choices. Two exercises follow the reading passage: the first is a short...

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#### Mock Trial - Shawn Wright v. Play and Learn Childcare Center

A child breaks his arm while at daycare. Was the staff negligent? That is the question at the heart of the mock trial case, Shawn Wright v. Plan and Learn Childcare Center.

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#### A Journalist’s Report: The Better Vision for Black Americans

After reading a series of primary source documents detailing the teachings of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, class members craft newspaper columns assessing the strengths and weaknesses of each man's vision, and present their...

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#### What is Theme?

Trying to find the theme of a story can freeze the hearts of class members. But here's a resource that provides new hope for learners. Disney's Frozen and Episode IV of the Star Wars series are featured in a presentation that models for...

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#### Identifying Elements of Conflict

What lies at the heart of a conflict? Help pupils peel back the layers during an in-depth study of the elements of conflict. A instructional activity addressing peacekeeping and conflict management examines the historical, emotional, and...

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#### Introduction to Calculus

Don't let your class's heart rates rise as you introduce them to differentiation ... an inquiry-based lesson helps them keep it in check! The second lesson in a three-part series asks learners to analyze the rate of change of different...

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#### Aortic Stenosis Investigation

Learners describe how blood flows through the heart and the anatomy of the aortic valve. They examine the condition of aortic stenosis and create diagrams of the condition in the heart. They complete experiments using the model they...

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#### Your Circulatory System

Seventh graders identify the different parts of the heart. In this biology lesson plan, 7th graders give some examples of heart diseases that might affect them and their family. They suggest ways to improve heart health.

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#### Signs of a Healthy Heart

Learners investigate how heart rate is affected by body position and exercise. In this biology lesson plan, students create a flyer or photostory about the real world application of this lesson plan. They calculate their fitness level.

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#### Cardiovascular Homeostasis

Students develop and conduct an experiment to answer the question," How does cardiovascular exercise affect the pulse rate?". They record the changes to heart rate during different levels of exercise.

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#### Math Applications 2

In this probability worksheet, students solve 1 word problem with three different parts to it. First, they find the probability of drawing an ace from a deck of cards. Then, students determine the probability that they will draw an ace...

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#### A Present for the Teacher

In this math word problems worksheet, students read the story about Gina and the gift she wants to buy and make for her teacher. Students then determine if she has enough money to make the specific patterned necklace.

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#### Go Figure

Fourth graders practice their math skills as they assess how physical activity helps to keep their hearts healthy. They study how thirty to sixty minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day can help to keep their hearts...

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#### Test Your Vocabulary Skills

In this vocabulary activity, learners read a list of fifteen illnesses and decide which of these illnesses is life-threatening. Four of the fifteen sicknesses are life-threatening.

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#### The "Heart" of the Problem

Learners create an exercise and nutrition program. In this interdisciplinary lesson, students use calculations of exercises plus their corresponding effects on the body and nutritional values of food to derive a health plan. Learners...

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#### Will Smog be a Problem at the Olympic Games?

Students locate China on a world map, then read a news article about pollution in Beijing. In this current events lesson, the teacher introduces the article with a discussion about smog and a vocabulary activity, then students read the...

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#### Dorothy and Kansas: A Volume Problem

This worksheet contains 1 Algebra II scenario where students must determine the volume of a tornado, Kansas, and the space needed to take all of Kansas to OZ. Full explanation with equations are included.

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#### The Strongest Pump of All

Students examine how the heart functions and the concept of how electrical currents can affect muscle contractions. In this cardiovascular lesson students identify P, QRS and T complexes.

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#### Taking Action! Educating as a Form of Service

Learners read the story Happy Hearts in Manabí by Peace Corps Volunteer Kristen Mallory to consider how educating others can be a form of service. In this health education and service lesson, students read the book and then prioritize...

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#### Hearts

Second graders use heart venn diagrams in order to organize information relating to sets of data. The numbers are counted using blocks first and then put into the visual diagram for the purpose of description.

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#### Mend My Broken Heart

Students, a few days prior to Valentine's Day, work on problems written on cut out red and/or pink paper hearts.

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#### Mend My Broken Heart

Students celebrate Valentine's Day in math class by solving problems and mending hearts. They solve addition and subtraction problems by finding the other half of their equation that has been placed on half of their heart.

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#### Parshat Va'era: The Hardening of Pharoh's Heart -1

Young scholars describe the Ten Plagues and when Pharaoh hardened his own heart and when God intervened, according to four separate commentaries.

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#### Valentine Hearts

Students sort candy Valentine hearts into groups and create individual graphs.

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#### You Gotta Have Heart

Ninth graders investigate the concept of relations and interpret graphs and tables. They analyze given data and look for a pattern to determine if the numbers represent a function. Students practice solving scientific word problems that...

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#### Problem Solving

Students solve story problems in small groups. They share their problem solving strategies by examining who, what, where, when, why, and how to address each problem. They complete a K-W-L-I chart as a group to summarize their findings.

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#### Terrorists Strike Heart of London

In this English instructional activity, students read and complete a variety of exercises associated with the short article, "Terrorists strike heart of London". Students participate with warm-up activities, true/false questions,...

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#### What's the Problem?

Fourth graders redefine the problem of Where's the Heart of Florida? and begin to formulate possible solutions using graphic organizers.

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#### Counting Number of Objects

In this counting worksheet, students identify and solve 6 different problems that include various objects. First, they circle the number of objects illustrated in each box. Then, students match the objects shown in the left column to the...

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#### Solving Percent Problems with Proportions

Seventh graders explore the concept of percent problems. In this percent problem lesson, 7th graders use proportion equations to solve percent problems. Students find percentages of numbers and use proportions to determine percents in...

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#### Chemical Stoichiometry Problems

In this stoichiometry instructional activity, students calculate theoretical yield and percent yield. This instructional activity has 2 problems to solve.

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#### Problem Solving: Use Logical Reasoning

In this problem solving activity, learners circle pencils that match given clues, and cross out items to find the answer. Worksheet uses simple, basic logical reasoning skills.

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#### Heart Addition

For this addition worksheet, 1st graders add the single digit equations and color the hearts with sums less than 10. Students solve 25 problems.

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#### Math Hearts

In this multiplication worksheet, students solve the single digit multiplication equations within each heart. Students solve 12 problems.

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#### Heartbeats per Month

In this secondary mathematics worksheet, high schoolers determine the number of time their heart will beat in a one month period. The one page worksheet contains one problem with the solution.

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#### Math Fun with Animals

In this equation worksheet, students solve the problem, then they draw an arrow to the right answer in the heart. The worksheet provides eight equations for the students to practice.

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#### Sweetheart Candy

How much would one Sweetheart candy heart cost? Learners use a short reading passage about the popular Valentine's Day candy to answer a variety of questions. Teachers may want to modify the length of the worksheet depending on the...

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#### Immediate Effects of Exercise

How does the body immediately react to exercise? Review why the heart beats stronger, breathing quickens, body temperature increases, and muscles ache as a result of exercise, as well as some of the more long-term benefits of consistent...

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#### The Journey of a Banana

To investigate the price of bananas in order to evaluate basic counting and number sense skills, your mathematicians focus upon multiplication and problem solving that incorporates social studies in the form of building awareness about...

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#### Journey of Personal Development (Part 1) – Know Yourself

Who are you? What are you? The two guiding questions found at the heart of any journey of self-discovery provide the framework for this outline of personal development seminar.

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#### Hatchet

Learners write about a time when they were in a situation where nature frightened them. They write about how Brian solved the problem of how to start a fire in the story. Students complete a short research paper on one of the plants or...

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#### Polynomials Functions

High schoolers factor polynomials and linear functions and apply concepts of the fundamental theorem of algebra to solve problems. They graph their solutions and analyze the graph.

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#### Researching Skills: Researching on the Web

How do researchers narrow their searches so that they get the most useful and accurate information available? This essential question is at the heart of the activities suggested by a research skills worksheet. Tips include how to craft...

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#### Parts of Speech

In this parts of speech worksheet, learners identify nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and more in sentences. Students complete 30 problems total.

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#### The House on Haunted Hill

Have your class practice problem solving and critical-thinking skills. Learners read a long story about an adventure involving a haunted house, make decisions about what the character should do, and evaluate the storytelling process.

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#### A Healthy Retirement?

Do men and women experience heart disease the same way? High school and college-level biologists examine a case study about a woman, Nancy, who is experiencing intermittent health issues; looking at her diet, exercise, and lifestyle...

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#### Make a Graph

In this graphing worksheet, 1st graders use given data to create a graph and answer questions. In this problem solving worksheet, students solve five problems.

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#### Comprehending The Gettysburg Address

In this Gettysburg Address worksheet, learners read passages from the Gettysburg Address, identify bold words, and answer short answer questions. Students complete 5 problems.

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#### Heart to Heart

Students predict the outcome of a question and conduct a survey and record their findings on a bar graph.

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#### Valentine Heart Game

First graders listen to a song. In this rhythm and beats lesson, 1st graders sing the song "Love Somebody", clap the beat, clap the rhythm patterns and improvise their own patterns for the song.

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#### Jump Rope For Your Heart

Students jump over a twirling jump rope as well as twirl a jump rope. Students demonstrate what a \"front door\" and what a \"back door\" is related to entering a jump rope while twirling. They demonstrate and maintain continuous...

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#### Comparing Pulse Rates

Learners study the concept of data analysis by finding their pulses and comparing their pulse rates to other students. They draw conclusions about their physical fitness as it relates to others. Data is collected and organized into stem...

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#### What is Obesity?

As the output of foods has increased over the years, so has world-wide epidemic of obesity. However, sometimes genetics plays a role in obesity. But what about being overweight? View a video that discusses the difference between being...

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#### How Does an Unhealthy Diet Influence our Health and Well-Being?

You are what you eat, or so they say! After surveying family and friends on a week of eating habits, learners analyze the data for patterns. They compare different variables such as fats and cost, fats and calories, or fats and LDLs.

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#### Folding Matters

Have your physical scientists try some engineering origami by examining how the folding of materials can have practical and beneficial applications. Teams use their convoluted cortexes to collaborate on constructing a solar panel that is...

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#### Elements of a Short Story

Students read a short story, The Tell-Tale Heart and create a story map identifying the elements of a short story included in the selection. Students complete an Accelerated Reader test on the selection.

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#### No Valve in Vain

Students design and create their own heart valves out of a variety of materials. Their heart valves are one way valves designed for water flowing through a tube representing blood moving through the heart.

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#### Sticky Stickers

In this addition worksheet, students answer 3 fill in the blank word problems where they draw a picture and then use the drawing to help them create an addition equation for each problem.

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#### Cardiac Output, Rates of Change, and Accumulation

Students explore rates of change. For this cardiac output lesson, students measure the amount of blood being pumped by a heart. They explore the flow rate and complete an accumulation and concentration problem. They analyze data, flow...

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#### Factor Conversion

In this factor worksheet, students practice doing factor conversions of time, length, speed, and weight. This worksheet has 12 word problems to solve.

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#### Probability

For this probability worksheet, students solve and complete 15 different problems that include probability and outcome. First, they find the probability of drawing each of the following listed. Then, students determine the outcome of a...

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#### Counting Techniques

In this math activity, students perform statistical analysis. This thorough activity has a wide variety of statistical and probability problems for the students to solve.

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#### Case Study--"What Good Is It?"

Students receive a realistic introduction to the intricacies of the endangered species problem. Students examine and refine personal concepts of non-utilitarian value and biocentric stewardship. Students examine what, if any, duties the...

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#### e, pi, and Exponential Functions

Students investigate e, pi and exponents. In this calculus lesson, students define constants and non-constants using, pi, e and exponents as an example. They use the TI to work the problems in this lesson.

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#### Business Economics

Students explore the key issues arising from business growth, i.e. the divorce between ownership and control and the principal-agent problem. They investigate these issues in the context of an attempted takeover of a fictionalized company.

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#### Integer War

Fourth graders play a card game to practice problems with integers. In this Integer War lesson, 4th graders solve problems using the cards to represent positive and negative integers. Students play the game throughout the semester.

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#### Jane Addams

Students describe the many contributions Jane Addams has made to America. They identify problems in their community concerning the homeless and the hungry and learn from a social worker what progams are available to help these people.

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#### Teen Immigrants: Five American Stories

Students watch the PBS program "In the Mix" about teen immigrants. They discover the number of immigrants in America and their problems moving to this country. They answer questions as the film plays.

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#### Chapter 5 Review

In this statistics worksheet, students solve and complete 10 different types of problems. First, they determine the probability of various actions described. Then, students describe an appropriate model for the number described and...

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#### Worksheet 11: Which Word Doesn't Belong?

If you are looking for a worksheet to challenge ESL learner's vocabulary, this worksheet might be a good choice. Each problem contains 4 words and students identify which word does not belong with the others.

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#### Stimulant Addiction

In this stimulants and addiction worksheet, students take a 10 problem multiple choice quiz to determine what they know about the effects of stimulants on the brain. Students then read an article "Stimulant Addiction" and compare their...

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#### Probability

In this probability worksheet, high schoolers determine the probability of 28 problems. Students determine the likelihood of a particular outcome.

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#### Seeing Prisms and Cylinders on all Sides

Students solve problems involving prisms and cylinders. In this geometry lesson, students calculate the area of various polygons and differentiate between a three dimensional and a flat shape.

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#### Patterns Here, There, and Everywhere!

Upper graders access the Microsoft Word program and create patterns by utilizing certain keys on the keyboard. They create picket fences, smiley faces, and hearts. It seems that this lesson has as much to do with keyboarding skills as it...

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#### Together Forever?

Students explore relationships. In pairs, they choose a famous ex-couple and research the relationship. Students explore useful language, write interview questions about marriages and divorce. Students highlight any typical problems...

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#### Fractions and Groups

In this early childhood fractions and groups practice worksheet, students sharpen their problem solving skills as they solve 6 story problems.

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#### Fractions and Groups

In this fraction worksheet, students use a picture of a sheet of stickers to answer 5 questions/problems. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### One Half: Problem Solving

In this equal parts instructional activity, students circle the shapes that shows two halves. Students then color the shapes that show the fraction 1/2.

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#### Statistics & Probability with Cards

Give young mathematicians a chance to demonstrate their understanding of basic probability with this series of worksheets. Presented with different situations involving dice and decks of cards, students must correctly determine the...

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#### Conflict in Alabama in the 1830s: Native Americans, Settlers, and Government

To better understand the Indian Removal Act of 1830, class members examine primary source documents including letters written by Alabama governors and the Cherokee chiefs. The lesson is part of a unit on the expansion of the United...

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#### Democratic Republic of Congo - Map Skills

Work on your map skills with a packet of activities about the river basins in the Democratic Republic on Congo. Learners study the maps provided before answering the geography questions and writing an acrostic poem about the region.

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#### An Introduction to Counting

Students define the counting principle and how it relates to integers. In this algebra activity, students add and subtract using the addition and multiplication principles. They solve problems using combination and permutations.

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#### Tobacco/Smoking

Learners brainstorm the detriments of smoking on health, economics and student futures. They make puppets and participate in a role play activity about smoking and peer pressure.

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#### Vocabulary Sleuths: Problem Solving with Words

In these vocabulary acquisition worksheets, students read about the occupations listed in bold type for each sentences. Students match the vocabulary tools with the occupation that uses them. In the second worksheet, students complete...

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#### The EKG

Students explore their own EKG graph. In this circulation system lesson plan, students create a graph of their own heart's electrical activity using an EKG probe that measures the heart's electric action. Students sketch the graph that...