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.

- Temperatures Around the World
- Presidents Name Tally
- Lucky Signs
- Describe It
- Springtime Is
- Race in the United States
- "If" Response
- Columbus Quote
- Context Clues 1
- Fish Algebra
- Short Vowels
- Favorite Season
- Sorting Animals
- Celebrate El Cinco
- U.S. Presidents
- Candy Sorting
- Weekend Poetry
- Guess the Ages
- Rhythm Circle
- Go Fish
- Matching Halloween Pictures
- Cover the Nile
- Take a Poll
- Languages of the World
- The Chicken or the Egg?
- Remember the Jack-O-Lantern
- Valentine’s Day Symbols
- Ferdinand Magellan’s Voyage
- Who’s Winning?
- Candy Corn Count
- Veterans Day 101
- History of Halloween
- Turkey - The Official Bird?
- What is Thanksgiving?
- Population in 2040
- How Many Employees?
- Time on T.V.
- States and Capitals
- Number of Turkeys
- Birthday Math
- Most Used Letters Tally
- Up with Current Events
- Unscramble the States
- Class Percentages
- The Mood of Artwork
- MadLibs
- Arm Length
- Don’t Lift Your Pencil
- "Eggcelent"
- What Do the Books Have in Common?

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