Measure Treasure Hunt

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Put up these problems around the room. Students can work independently; in pairs or groups to follow the trail. This PowerPoint includes the sheets for students; the challenge cards and the answers. Aligned to Common Core State Standards: 4.MD.1

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May 2012
This looks great. Thanks
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April 2012
I used this with my 4/5 class, working in pairs. They loved it! Challenging enough for more able children; working in pairs meant that the less able coped well, some with support. They didn't want to stop at break time! Thank you.
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April 2012
This looks fantastic, I am a trainee teacher and I was looking for an ounce of inspiration for my lesson on measures, i am introducing the subject so it isn't relevant but I will be using this idea in the future!!
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March 2012
Great resource - kids loved it - nicely challenging!
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February 2012
Very polished presentation and an excellent activity - thanks for your work!
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February 2012
This is a fantastic resource! A great way to end measures!
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November 2011
I love this. the kids will really enjoy trying to solve this and it should be a really good challenge for them and a test of their collabration skills if I set them off ion small groups. Thanks for this.