Students will choose the appropriate number sentence based on a given word problem.

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Students are given a graph of the temperature of Lerato's solar over the course of one full day. Students will write a creative story based on the features of the graph.

Students will manipulate a recipe to calculate different amounts of pulp needed to make recycled paper.

Students will conduct a mini science experiment while learning about mass and temperature through a mathematical approach.

Students will find the coordinates of major landmarks on a map of the village of Nata. Then they will use a ruler and a scale to determine the distance between the landmarks.

Students will answer word problems based on situations that Lerato might encounter on a regular basis.

Students will analyze a partial bar graph to determine the missing information. They will then calculate the mean, median and mode of the bar graph.

Students will use rates of temperature increase to find the time required to heat up a solar oven to a certain temperature in a fictional experiment. They will also analyze analog clocks to determine the start and end time of that experiment.

Students will be given information in unfamiliar units used to describe quantities of paper. The students will then have to convert these units to answer questions regarding the amount of trees used in producing paper.

Students will determine the probability of several events that might have occurred in the story.

Student will answer multiple choice questions to determine the appropriate tool or units to be used in a given scenario.

Students will use clues given about missing data to fill in tables of information.

Students will count pictures of bundled fire wood to determine the total amount. Students will then use this information to answer questions.

Students will convert the bar graph they created on Changes in Temperature {3-8} or {3-9} in Lesson 3 to both a line plot and a stem and leaf plot. They will then answer questions about interpreting both types of graphs.

Students will calculate a class's daily paper usage based on graphical data. Then, students will extrapolate this data to calculate the weekly and yearly class average.