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Math in Action - Intro to Scale Factor - Sculpt Breakfast for Your Dollhouse
In this class, students will learn about scale factor, and then use polymer clay such as fimo or sculpey to sculpt their own miniature breakfast foods.
Meaghan Lister, BSc., BEd., MEd.
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This class will introduce learners to scale factor, and have them work together to solve a few practice problems. We will play Kahoot, a game where learners will have the opportunity to practice their skills individually to determine scale factor. They will then use polymer clay to create miniature breakfast foods including eggs, toast, and bacon suitable for a dollhouse, or other imaginative play. Learners will then measure the size of their creation and determine the approximate scale...
Learners will learn about scale factor.
Additional practice activities on scale factor from Kahn Academy will be shared with the students.
Students will require a: - Ruler - Fimo or Sculpey (recommended colours include: white, light brown, red, yellow) - Something to cut circles - similar size to a bottle cap - a piece of graph paper - pencil - toothpick or pin (for sewing) - cell phone, iPod or other device to access Kahoot. If learners are joining the zoom class from a computer, they can also open Kahoot in a separate internet browser on their computer.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meaghan Lister, BSc., BEd., MEd.Arts, Science and Math Educator
43 total reviews
58 completed classes
I live in Prince Edward Island, Canada with my cat Decibel. I am passionate about teaching, learning through games, and online education. My hobbies include camping, sewing, polymer clay, hiking, photography, kayaking, canoeing, quilting,...