Math Projects offer a great way to develop problem solving
skills while linking your curriculum with real world situations and
applications of math skills and concepts. You can set aside some time
each week for students to work on projects collaboratively or use
projects aligned with your current math unit for homework. Either way
you will be providing opportunities for students to gather, analyze, and
organize data; to make decisions, and to solve real life problems while
applying key math concepts and skills.
This resource contains 26 Math Projects suitable for use in 3rd - 5th grade classrooms. Each project includes a student-friendly rubric to provide students with a clear understanding of expectations. Topics covered include computation, creating and interpreting bar and line graphs, converting measurements, measuring area and perimeter, calculating costs, fractions, geometry, and much more. The following projects are included:
Adjusting a Recipe
Famous Buildings of the World
To see more photos of student's completed Math Projects visit our Math Project Photo page on Pinterest.
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