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Our Favourite Halloween Treat

The goal of this activity is to encourage students to see the need for organizing information and to start developing the skills needed in data management.

Marathon Trick or Treating

The purpose of this activity is to give students the opportunity to develop fitness components (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular fitness, and flexibility) while practicing math skills such as basic computations, statistics, and graphing.

Pumpkins in the Primary Classroom

If you are able to visit a pumpkin patch and bring pumpkins home, you’re in luck — there are many scientific and mathematical activities you can do with all those pumpkins! Before beginning any activities with the pumpkins we recommend putting each child’s name on his or her “personal pumpkin” with a permanent marker to eliminate any disputes about which pumpkin belongs to whom.

Lucky Clovers

The students will search for clovers in the playground. The students will create and interpret a bar graph, based on the number of clovers that they found.

Graphing Valentine Candies

The student will learn to organize and display information in bar graph form using appropriate labels

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