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16) Have students complete the Student Book page. Students may then like to explore websites that give information about world temperatures. Have students find the places that recorded the world’s lowest and highest temperatures. Alternatively, students could construct a model of a thermometer that could measure temperatures in the range discussed in the whole class activity. Profit or Loss Set up a mini market in your classroom. g. bookmarks, penholders, paper fans, etc. g. one sheet of paper costs 10 cents, sticky tape costs 20 cents per 20 cm, etc.

No Two the Same Show students a numeric pattern with a level of difficulty appropriate to the group. Ask one student to continue the pattern. Ask another to explain how the pattern works. Ask a third student to begin a second different pattern. Have students work in cooperative pairs to play the ‘Pattern Game’. To play, students take turns to form a numeric pattern for their partner to continue. The partner then explains the pattern and begins a pattern of their own to be continued and explained by the first student.

Ask another to explain how the pattern works. Ask a third student to begin a second different pattern. Have students work in cooperative pairs to play the ‘Pattern Game’. To play, students take turns to form a numeric pattern for their partner to continue. The partner then explains the pattern and begins a pattern of their own to be continued and explained by the first student. No two patterns may follow the same rule. For example, the pattern, 22, 24, 26, 28, follows the same rule as the pattern, 1, 3, 5, 7 (produced by adding two), so would be disallowed if the latter pattern had already been used.

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