Have instructions on the board for students to find the circumference of a student circle. They must hold hands to form a circle. Then they must work as a group to figure out how to find the circumference. It is interesting to see if your students choose to measure the circumference by measuring the diameter or by directly measuring the distance around the circle.

- Time on T.V.
- South America
- News Around the World
- Yugoslavia
- Boggle
- Sentence Sense
- Witch Category Game
- A to Z States
- Languages of the World
- Know Your States
- Temperature Averages
- Root Word Slide
- Factoring with Manipulatives
- What is Thanksgiving?
- Explorer Matching
- Three Consecutive Numbers
- Leaf Rubbings
- The Chicken or the Egg?
- Shuttle Scramble
- Strings by Length
- Turkey - The Official Bird?
- Egg Hunt
- Spain To Japan
- Say More With Less
- Guess the Ages
- How Many Employees?
- F is for Fall
- Puzzle Pieces
- Common Eye Color
- States and Capitals
- Population Make-up
- Our Favorite Books
- A to Z Animals
- The Magic Square
- Nine to Five
- Summer Fun
- Blind Drawing
- Arm Length
- What is IT?
- Tangram Square
- Sistine Chapel
- Sorting Buttons
- Context Clues 1
- Columbus Quote
- Zoom In
- Number of Turkeys
- Memories of Home
- Temperatures Around the World
- Number Puzzle 1
- Candy per House

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