Let the Games Begin!
The Winter Games is a fun time to celebrate winter fun. Combine the fun of the games with your measurement standards and add this Measurement Winter Games Math Center.
Measurement Winter Games
This Measurement Winter Games Resource gives you 12 Winter Games for your Math Center.
Bobsled – Building a bobsled track and timing speed of object down the track.
Speed Skating – Converting minutes to seconds
Ski Jump – Measuring distance
Snowboard Jump – Measuring height
The Figure Skating Axel – Measurement of circles in degrees.
Winter Game Schedule – Measuring elapsed time.
Snow Angels – Measuring in inches or centimeters.
The Big Melt – Using the scientific method with time.
Snowball Toss – Measuring and recording fractions.
Hockey – Perimeter and Area
Curling – Angles and fractions
Create Your Own Event
Graphs for Recording Measurement Winter Games Data
Data Recording Sheets:
Detailed lesson plans allow for you to just print and teach.
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Please note materials for the games (pennies, cars, tape measure, cardboard tubes are not included).
The required measurement of each games has been left blank so you can allow for your standards and differentiation.
Extend the Lesson:
Take all data from partners and groups and record them on a chart.
Have learners create a graph showing the data.
Have learners find averages.
Have learners write and solve word problems.
Have learners add and/or subtract fractions.
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