These students are showing how math makes sense! They answered this question using visual models in order to be able to explain their thinking.
This student chose to try and figure out how long it would take him to walk from Riyadh to his home country of South Korea.
Using math learned in the classroom, how long would it take you to walk from your current country of residence to your home country?
Are you curious about how to divide whole numbers by a fraction? Do you want to know why the “rule” makes sense? Watch these student created videos.
Theses two grade 6 students created instructional videos to teach students about lunar phases, causes of seasons, eclipses and how the solar system was created. Check them out and give them some feedback!
Grade 6 students are starting a new unit on CELLS. The project for this unit is to research a system of their own choosing and design a solution to a problem in their system based on knowledge gained from a cell. Here are their innovative ideas.
Are you curious about why a solar eclipse happens only every 18 months? This student created a video to try and explain it.
Here is a wonderful grade 6 student created video to teach Lunar phases.
In math class, this student is working on answering the question, “How expensive am I as a middle schooler?” First step is to brainstorm all the costs associated with being a middle schooler. This student has begun figuring out just how expensive he is!
In the grade 6 classroom, students were asked to answer the following question:
They had to use evidence to support their answer. The class turned into a wonderful “What affects gravity?”