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### Looking for Patterns

3-5

Students discover Euler's Formula, a way of calculating the number of faces, edges, and vertices of geometric solids.### Construct a Solid

3-5

Students construct physical models of geometric solids.### Making A Shape Jacket

3-5

Students identify which geometric solids can be made from given nets. Students also create nets for common geometric solids.
### The Bread Basket

3-5

In this lesson, students conduct a survey and create bar graphs from the data they have collected.### The Soup Spot

3-5

Students conduct a survey and create pictographs and line plots. They also determine the number of possible combinations.
### The Clucking Chicken

3-5

Students choose meals from a menu and then construct a box plot. They use the plot to identify the mean, mode, median and range of the data set. ### The Pizza Palace

3-5

Students will construct box plots independently. Students identify the mean, median, mode, and range of a set of data.### Finding Products

3-5

Students examine the role of commutativity and the multiplicative identity, play a multiplication game, and explore products where one of the factors is 6. They also create a "My Personal Multiplication Chart" to record products. ### Multiplication Stories

3-5

Students create multiplication stories where one factor is 6 or 7, and play a multiplication game to help them master their multiplication facts.### First Names First

3-5

Students create bar graphs and find the range and mode of a set of data. They explore the relationship of vowels to consonants in their names.