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.

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- Quote Response
- Zoom In
- Say More With Less
- Population in 2040
- Max Temp
- Leaf Rubbings
- Read the Comics
- Words in a Word
- Advertising Effectiveness
- Our Favorite Books
- Take a Poll
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- Favorite Season
- Find Someone Who…
- U.S. Presidents
- Digits One to Nine
- What’s The Word?
- Who Celebrates First?
- What Do the Books Have in Common?
- Count the F’s
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- Candy Math
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- News Story Comparison
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- Greatest Explorer
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- Price Estimation
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- Positive vs. Negative
- Most Popular Color
- Melting Ice Cream
- Jobs in the Community
- MadLibs
- Monrovia
- Math Puzzler
- Things Beginning with G
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