Teachers, students, and families sit at a table together, with counters, paper, and pencils and figure out how many feet are beneath the table without looking.
By: Jess Corliss & Hannah Maddox
Students will be given the task of finding the best path to take to pick up all the produce for JB’s Corner Market. The task requires counting by 1’s or 10’s and planning a pathway for a dash robot.
By: Taylor Bishop & Kali Williams
Children program a robot mouse to move through a grid to a location of their choice.
By: Andy Detter & Savannah Householder
Students sort and count pumpkin and bean seeds and build a greenhouse for seeds to grow.
By: Lindsay Remeta and Megan Jeffcoat
Students will use concepts of number conversions, measuring in cups, reading charts, and fraction equivalents to discover how much food each dog at the local animal shelter should be fed.
By: Lucy Fall and Lexie Vaughn
Students will be asked to follow a recipe card where they must measure out a specified amount of ingredients for their s’more mixture. Then, they must experiment with the weights given in order to make the weights match the weight of the mixture that they create.
By: Sarah Wade, Grace Slaughter, and Brianna Rhittenhouse
Students explore how many combinations they can make by matching ice cream flavors and toppings.
By: Carolyn Hodge and Brianna Hays
Students get a certain amount of money to spend at the market. They are asked to show all the different ways they could spend the amount of money they are given.
By: Kristen Chandler, Kelsey Fields, Hannah Peterson, & Allyson Sullivan