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Kay Toliver Classroom Lessons
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Why is the triangle such a prevalent shape in the design of bridges? Geometric figures are constructed then tested for rigidity and the answer becomes quite clear.
This statistics activity is based on a game in which the pieces can be eaten.
A “tinkertoy derby” offers a tool to help bring the concepts of distance, time and speed to life.
Students construct polyhedrons from polygons.
Choosing an outfit can be an exercise in applying the counting principle. Concepts of probability and outcome are covered.
Math and science converge as the students of Miss Toliver’s class discover some of the variables involved in growing plants.
Figuring out how many pieces of candy are in a large jar calls for some tasty data collection and analysis.
Using the concepts of area and square unit, students get to design their own apartment. Watch Kay Toliver deliver a portion of the Length and Area Activity in her own classroom. Download lesson plan below.