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all the same size.9 57 .make these four containers. estimate which has the largest capacity (volume). Explain your group’s experiment. Classroom Strategies Blackline Master II . Describe your procedure and defend your conclusion. We think the ___________________________________ has the largest capacity because: Design an experiment to compare the capacity of each container.WHICH HOLDS THE MOST? Tall Prism Short Prism Tall Cylinder Short Cylinder Using four sheets of paper. As a group.

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..Direction for Making Burrito Books Cut Fold paper in half.6 . Fold each half again (short side together). Slit Roll the first piece of paper so it fits through the slit and. Cut on the fold. whoop! There it is! 66 Classroom Strategies Blackline Master III . Take one piece and cut on fold 1/3 down from the top and 1/3 up from the bottom leaving the center 1/3 uncut. Cut Take the other piece of paper and slit the center 1/3 on the fold.

check to make sure that the pieces were not flipped while being translated to opposite sides. Step 6. Trace around the shape over and over until the paper is covered (tiled). Place this new shape on the notepaper. postcards. rectangles. Add color to your design and sign! Step 7 Step 6 Debugging: If your shape does not fit together like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. (A shape will tessellate if the sum of the angles is a multiple of 180). Step 5. triangles. Start with a shape which will tessellate. and trace around it..what could it be? Step 7. etc. Trim off excess tape. and other shapes which will tessellate. and pictures for many purposes with original tessellations. Here are the basic steps you need to follow. Classroom Strategies Blackline Master III . Step 2.. Be very careful to attach the corners. squint at it . postcard. Add in the features and details. Repeat the process using the remaining two sides. Experiment with squares. Step 4.Tessellation Originals You can create note paper. for example a square. Why are equilateral triangles easier than scalene triangles? step 1 step 2 step 3 step 4 step 5 Step 1. wrapping paper. Step 8. wrapping paper. Step 3. Slide (translate) the shape to the opposite side and tape into place. Look at the tiling-turn (rotate it. Slide the shape to a new position.7 67 . fitting into the outline of the first tracing. Draw a simple squiggly line from corner to corner along one side Cut out the shape.

7. A Problem Solving Guide 1. Decide what the problem is asking. 6. 68 Classroom Strategies Blackline Master III . Draw a picture. Write a number sentence. Does the answer make sense? Read the problem one more time. 4. Read the problem twice. Write a number sentence. 2. Draw a picture. 8.8 . Decide what the problem is asking. 5. Does the answer make sense? Read the problem one more time. 3. Read the problem twice. 8.A Problem Solving Guide 1. 6. 4. Does the picture match the number sentence? Solve the problem. Does the picture match the number sentence? Solve the problem. 2. 5. 7. 3.

1 69 .STUDENT CENSUS Name______________________________________________________ First Middle Last Date of Birth__________________________ Age___________________ month day year What country were you born in ? ________________________ Address ________________________________________ Street ___________________________________________________________ City State Zip Code Telephone Number___________________________ Number of people who live at this address ___________ Number of brothers __________ Number of sisters ______________ Hair color _________________ Eye color___________________ Check one: right-handed left-handed K 1 2 3 Circle the grades attended at this school How do you usually come to school? (Check one) car bus walk bicycle other__________ Circle your favorite subject. reading math science social studies What is your favorite activity? (Check one) playing watching TV reading other________ Classroom Strategies Blackline Master IV .

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Name_________________________ ___Date / /_____ Figure #1 Figure #2 Figure #3 • How many rhombuses did you need to build each figure? Complete the chart. what is its figure number?__________ 86 Classroom Strategies Blackline Master V . c. 2) Write a sentence to describe the pattern between the figure number and the number of rhombuses. d. Figure 10 ____ Figure 100____ a.7 . 3) If a figure uses 36 rhombuses. Figure Number 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Rhombuses 1) How many rhombuses would you need to make each figure? Figure 8____ Figure 20 ____ b.

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