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

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Students will practice using map scales.

Students will determine how many individuals can cross the tarpul based on statistical data.

At the completion of the EIE activities regarding evaluating a landscape, our students wanted to actually build some TarPuls. We set some cost, distance, and weight criteria and established the parameters of a challenge for the students

Students will use given densities to the determine the mass of various earth materials removed from the TarPul site.

Students will calculate the circumference of a circle after measuring the radius.

Students will use a protractor to measure the angle formed by a tether ball set-up.

Students will answer questions involving combinations of weight to determine different ways to reach the maximum capacity of the TarPul.

In this lesson, students will use a Coordinate Grid sheet to plot, calculate, and analyze various ordered pairs. Students will be using the Sarhig River as the basis for this lesson.

Students will calculate the probability of the tarpul being placed in certain types of soil.

Students will track the difference in opinion of where the TarPul will be placed by using pie and bar graphs.

Students will calculate the mean, median, mode, and range to describe the width of the Karnali River.

Students are given the distance between the location of their school and Kathmandu, Nepal. Students will use their classroom as a unit of measurement to help them figure out how far their school is from Kathmandu.

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 choose a building and draw it to scale.