Saturday, April 20, 2013

Ladybug Math Fun

I'm enjoying a beautiful spring Saturday.
Last week I was in the midst of state testing, but I was able to add a sprinkle of learning fun into my afternoons.
We did ladybug math!
I hit two concepts: fractions and symmetry

Students received a certain number of ladybugs spots (I did purposely give odd numbers)
The spots were then placed on the wings symmetrically, if possible.
Then the students wrote a fraction sentence and added the spots together.




The ladybugs were placed on a bulletin board with this learning target poster.
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If you'd like the math pieces of this lesson you can click {HERE}

Credit for the ladybug pattern I used for my math lesson goes to Janet Rainey.

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing this great activity! Fun!

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    1. You're welcome Cindy
      Have fun with it.

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