Teaching Geography During Math                     By: Crystal Acton                          Alyna Ruiz                  ...
ObjectiveChildren learnareaand perimeterusing thegeographyof their home.
Materials Needed    • Paper    •Pencil
Procedures     This assignment is to     be completed in two     parts:1. The map will be assigned   as homework2. Learnin...
2. Next, they will measure the lengths and  widths (in feet) of all the rooms and record  the measurements on their maps.
3. In class they will be          taught how to         calculate area and         perimeter using the         measurement...
Modifications• For higher levels, children can learn conversions  by calculating the feet of the rooms into yards  and inc...
This is also a great opportunity to have the children create their evacuation                  plans.
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Teaching geography during math

  1. 1. Teaching Geography During Math By: Crystal Acton Alyna Ruiz Jayme Friedman Jason Curodeau
  2. 2. ObjectiveChildren learnareaand perimeterusing thegeographyof their home.
  3. 3. Materials Needed • Paper •Pencil
  4. 4. Procedures This assignment is to be completed in two parts:1. The map will be assigned as homework2. Learning area and perimeter will take place as a class activity
  5. 5. 2. Next, they will measure the lengths and widths (in feet) of all the rooms and record the measurements on their maps.
  6. 6. 3. In class they will be taught how to calculate area and perimeter using the measurements of the maps they created. .Each room on their map isanother equation to be solved.
  7. 7. Modifications• For higher levels, children can learn conversions by calculating the feet of the rooms into yards and inches.• The map can also be accomplished at school by measuring the classroom, cafeteria, or parts of the playground.• Making a map at school will be a great example of what is expected for their personal maps.
  8. 8. This is also a great opportunity to have the children create their evacuation plans.

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