September 27, 2010
DIGITAL PACKAGE FOR:
"POWERS OF 10: POWERS AT 30!" pp. 12-13
- Projectable PDF of this article
- Differentiated-instruction activities: BASIC or ADVANCED
- Hear a listen-and-read podcast
EVEN MORE RESOURCES FOR THIS ISSUE:
- PRINTABLE: This issue's skills review quiz
- NEW! NUMBERS IN THE NEWS!
Click for this week's story!
- STUDENT POLL: Will Heroes Make It Home?
- TEACHER'S EDITION: Download it here
related to the articles and skills in the September 27, 2010 issue of Scholastic MATH Magazine.
For each, we indicate if it is intended for students, teachers, or both.
- "RATING NICK," PP. 4-5
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Take a look at some of the most recent television ratings and rankings from Nielsen.
- "PUT HISTORY IN ORDER!" PP. 6-7
TEACHERS: This site is a great resource for history facts. You can use it to find more events and challenge your students to make logic lines.
- "GREAT MOMENTS IN SPORTS," PP. 10-11
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: Click on the calendar to learn interesting sports anniversaries for any day of the year!
- "POWERS OF 10: POWERS AT 30!" PP. 12-13
TEACHERS: This is the classic "Powers of 10" video mentioned in our Teacher's Edition.
And here is a Web site based on the short film. Don't forget to mark your calendars for Powers of 10 Day on 10/10/10!
- "EXPANDING FORMS!" PP. 14-15
STUDENTS: This is a fun way to practice expanded form-a game in the style of hangman.
- BACK PAGE
STUDENTS: Need to practice your multiples? Try out this game that has both a standard and advanced level.